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According to our latest market research, the gram (baisan) atta price in Pakistan today for 500 grams is Rs. 150, and for 1 Kg is Rs.280 to Rs. 350.
In this article below, you will be informed about the current retail and wholesale rates of daal chana flour (besan flour) ranging from 1 kilogram to 5 kilos, 10 kilos to 20 kilos, and also 40 kg atta rates in different cities of Pakistan.
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Besan Price In Pakistan Today
Pakistan is a sovereign state and it has many departments. Matters and issues related to food are host by the food department of different cities of Pakistan.
A variety of food-related items are supervised by the food department including grains, lentils, cattle, poultry, edible oil, wheat, flour, etc. The daal chana ata rate may vary for every city as it is affected by the supply and demand rule. If the demand is higher with low supply the flour rate will be increased and vice-versa.
The government of Pakistan is providing support in developing the industries of Pakistan, especially the flour industry with the latest technology, various schemes, and support prices for farmers and lentils producers.
Below we will share the rates of baisan flour in 2023.
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1 Kg Besan Rate
Rs. 280 to Rs. 350
what is Gram flour (Besan Atta)?
Baisan is an important ingredient of the kitchen and different cusines. From pakora to paratha and from besan halwa to baisan laddoo, there is a list of delicious foods that are made from besan atta.
Besan is basically extracted from gram, chana daal. Channa is also a wonderful kind of lentil used in a variety of dishes.
As the rates of every other item are increasing day by day due to the gigantic and humungous inflation, prices of besan have also been affected. Therefore, you can see a rapid hike in the rates of gram flour throughout the world.
How besan is produced?
Do not confuse Baisan or Gram flour with chickpea flour, as they are not the same. Besan is extracted by grinding gram (daal chana) while chickpea flour is made from grinding chickpeas. So both of them have different colors and different tastes.
Benefits of besan
Besan is not only used in food items but also has a vast use in skin-related issues. Besan paste is made to put up on the skin to remove impurities and gain other skin improvements. It is widely used in homes and salons as a facial mask.