Raw material, procured either from farmers in India or imported, contains unwanted material like stems, dust, foreign particles and small stones which is why it is firstly filtered and goes through a de-stoner before being put into hullers. Hullers are used to remove the skin of the grains which is not edible by humans and give a bitter taste to grain if consumed as a whole. Each grain is put through multiple hullers in few days span of time after which whole grain is split to form dal or split pulses.

This dal so produced is refiltered, graded and is sent into Buhler Sortex machine which gives us final uniform product to be packed in BOPP bags.