Our story begins in 1970 with one small store in Jackson Heights, Queens. Brothers G.L. and K.L. Soni noticed an increasing demand for Indian food culture and answered it by opening a specialty import business that would grow into a national legacy.
Kala chana are closely related to chick peas, and are sometimes called black chick peas. After picking they are sun-dried until dark reddish-brown. Kala chana must be soaked overnight prior to Learn More
Cracked wheat is obtained by crushing whole-wheat kernals into small uneven pieces. It is highly nutritious, and has a chewy, nutty taste. It can be cooked like rice with spices and vegetables, eaten Learn More