We are trading, selling and buying Yellow Peas and Green Peas with buyers and sellers in Europe, Asia, Africa, Middle East and America shipping to any save word port by containers, trucks or by vessels.
Packing is in bulk, big bag or 25/ 50 kg PP bags. Delivery could be as per Incoterms 2010 (FCA, FAS, FOB, DAP, CFR, CIF) to ASWP (any save word port) by containers, trucks or by vessels. Please visit Trade section for trade.

Basic Q
uality for contracts: Moisture: Max 14%; Admixture : Max 2%; Broken Kernels : Max 5%; Damaged Kernels : Max 5%; including damaged by bruhus: max 2 %; Other Color : Max 3%; Free from abnormal smell.

Spot price UAH/ MT, Yellow peas

13/06/2016 bid CPT Odessa 7600 uah/mt; NBU rate 25.02 uah/usd
375 (+20 profit - 33 vat) usd/mt CFR Karachi (staffing 30 usd/mt, freight 40 usd/mt).

30/05/2016 bid CPT Odessa 8850-10500 UAH/MT; NBU rate 25.14 UAH/ USD
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Split Yellow Peas
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Green Peas
13/06/2016 bid CPT Odessa 7100 UAH/MT; NBU rate 25.02 UAH/ USD
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Split Green Peas
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spot price UAH/ MT
30/05/2016 8850 - 10200; NBU rate 25.14 UAH/ USD

Standards ISO 605 and GOST 28674-90 PEAS
Russian standard GOST 28674-90 PEAS

Impurities include:
1)    all particles which have passed through the sieve 2.5 mm.

2)    all particles which have not passed through the sieve 2.5 mm, including:
    - inorganic impurities: jack-stones, lumps of either soil or cinder, ore, etc.
    - organic impurities: seed coats, stalks, leaves, pods
    - harmful impurities: ergot, smut, Lolium temulentum, Acroptilon repens, Sophora alopecuroides, Thermopsis lanceolata, Coronilla varia, Heliotropium, Trichodesma incanum
    - weed seeds
    - unsound peas, haricot beans, chick-peas, lentil seeds - all of them with apparently spoiled lobes and/or with lobes of completely changed color
    - for 1st and 2nd class peas
all seeds of cultivated plants, excluding sound seeds of haricot, chick-peas, lentil seeds
    - for 3rd class peas
all grains and seeds of cultivated plants identified as impurities in accordance with damages inflicted as per respective standards

Grain impurities include:
    peas which have not passed through the sieve 2.5 mm, including:
    - seed lobes and broken seeds if more than half a seed is left and  quantity of such seeds is more than 10 %
    - broken lobes
    - crushed seeds
    - germinated - with roots and/or a shoot
    - not developed - whole seeds passed through the sieve 4 mm
    - insect damaged peas having a pest or its larva or a cave made by
either of them
    - damaged with partially changed color of lobe
    - 1st and 2nd class peas
both sound and damaged seeds of haricot, chick-peas, lentil seeds which are not identified as impurities (considering size and type of damages)
    - for 3rd class peas
all grains and seeds of other cultivated plants (sound and damaged ones)
which are not identified as impurities in accordance with damages inflicted as per respective standards

PEAS GOST 28674 - 90 Analysis
CLASSES 1-2
1.    Moisture
2.    Grain impurities
3.    Waste impurities
4.    Small seeds(passing through a 5.0 mm sieve)
5.    Live pests
6.    Foreign odours
1    Grain impurities:
1.1    Whole cotyledons and broken seeds (if more than ½ of the seed has remained) - over 10%
1.2    Broken cotyledons
1.3    Flattened seeds
1.4    Sprouted seeds
1.5    Immature seeds (whole seeds passed through 4.0 mm sieve)
1.6    Seeds damaged by peas weevil and /or by leaf roller moths
1.7    Damaged seeds (with partly changed cotyledon’s color)
1.8    Beans, chickpeas, vetch, lentils (not belonging by the nature of their damage to waste impurity)
2    Waste impurities
2.1    All that passes through a 2.5 mm sieve
2.2    Mineral impurities
2.3    Organic impurities
2.5    Harmful impurity (smut, ergot, nematode affected grains, Darnel rye-grass, rose stagger, sophora stagger, thermopsis, coronilla, fluffy fruited heliotrope, trichodesma (Trichodesma incanum))
2.6    Seeds of weeds
2.7    Spoiled seeds of peas, horse beans, chickpeas, vetch and lentils (all with decidedly spoiled cotyledons and / or completely changed their color)
2.8    Seeds of other cultivated plants (except horse beans, chickpeas, vetch and lentils)

CLASS 3
1.    Moisture
2.    Grain impurities
3.    Waste impurities
4.    Live pests
5.    Foreign odours

1    Grain impurities:
1.1    Whole cotyledons and broken seeds (if more than ½ of the seed has remained) - over 10%
1.2    Broken cotyledons
1.3    Flattened seeds
1.4    Sprouted seeds
1.5    Immature seeds (whole seeds passed through 4.0 mm sieve)
1.6    Seeds damaged by peas weevil and /or by leaf roller moths
1.7    Damaged seeds (with partly changed cotyledon’s color)
1.8    Grains and seeds of other cultivated plants (not belonging by the nature of their damage to waste impurities)

2    Waste impurities
2.1    All that passes through a 2.5 mm sieve
2.2    Mineral impurities
2.3    Organic impurities
2.5    Harmful impurity (smut, ergot, nematode affected grains, Darnel rye-grass, rose stagger, sophora stagger, thermopsis, coronilla, fluffy fruited heliotrope, trichodesma (Trichodesma incanum))
2.6    Seeds of weeds
2.7    Spoiled seeds of peas, horse beans, chickpeas, vetch and lentils (all with decidedly spoiled cotyledons and / or completely changed their color)
2.8    Grains and seeds of other cultivated plants (belonging by the nature of their damage to waste impurities)

ISO 605

# Analysis Units Results 

1.1Defective Seeds%

1.1.1Broken seeds (equal to or less than one-half their original size)%

1.1.2Partially eaten seeds (equal to or less than one-half their original size)%

1.1.3Injured seeds (equal to or less than one-half their original size)%

1.1.4Seeds markedly damaged by insects%

1.1.5Shrivelled seeds%

1.1.6Unripe seeds%

1.1.7Germinated seeds%

1.1.8Diseased seeds%

1.1.9Rotten seeds

1.1.10Mouldy seeds%

1.2Organic Impurities%

1.2.1Seed coats, parts of stems, pods, leaves%

1.2.2Sclerotia bodies etc.%

1.2.3Other crop seeds%

1.2.4Weed seeds%

1.3Inorganic Impurities%

1.3.1Lumps of earth, sand, dust, etc.%

1.3.2Stones%

2Size of peas%

3Foreign odours

4Visible infestation #/KG

5Species and variety (for info only)

5.1 Rogues in lots of harvest peas

Peas can be of three types: green, yellow and sweet peas.

Green peas 
Green peas have spheric pods that are commonly slightly curved in shape with a smooth texture and bright green color. Inside of them are green spheric pea seeds that are sweet and starch-containing in taste. 

Green peas are a great source of vitamin C, vitamin K, manganese, dietary fiber, folate and thiamin (vitamin B1). Besides, they abound in vitamin A, phosphorus, vitamin B6, protein, magnesium, niacin, riboflavin (vitamin B2), iron, copper, zinc and potassium.  

Good quality peas should be firm, velvety and smooth. They should be of bright green colour. Good pods should comprise peas of sufficient quantity and size that there is not much empty space in a pod. 

Yellow peas 
Yellow peas (Lathyrus aphaca) is a legume native to southern Europe, some parts of Asia, and North Africa. It adapts best to dry places, such as sand, gravel, and chalk, and needs a well-drained habitat. It is an annual plant producing yellow pea flowers just over a centimeter wide. 

It is in blossom from June to August, and the seeds ripen from August to September. The herb prefers light and favours acid, neutral and basic soils and is able to grow in very alkaline soil. 
Peas may be  also whole and split. 

Split peas
Split peas are the dried peeled and split seeds of Pisum sativum. They may be green and yellow. They have been mechanically split and, as a result, they may be cooked more quickly. They are a very good source of protein, particularly for vegetarians.

Sweet peas 
The Sweet Pea (Lathyrus odoratus) is commonly considered to be a vining plant that frequently reaches a height of 3 meters, but there are also varieties that are more bush-like and only grow to a height of 70 centimeters. 

The plants prefer growing in rich, moist soil, and need systematic watering in summer  or they will fast fade away. You should take the old blossoms away as they wilt to keep the plant flowering till the first frosts of Fall.

A pea is usually the small round seed or the seed-pod of the legume Pisum sativum. Each pod contains a few peas. Though regarded as a vegetable in cooking, from botanic point of view it is a fruit. Pisum sativum is an annual plant, with a life cycle of one year. It is a cool season crop that grows in various parts of the world; it can be planted from winter through to early summer depending on location. The average pea weighs between 0.1 and 0.36 grams. The species can be used as a fresh vegetable, frozen or canned, but is also grown to produce dry peas like the split pea.
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