The range of grocery products sold in bulk includes various products such as flour, cereals, pasta, spices, nuts, dried fruits, tea, coffee, sugar, seasonings, sauces, water, juices, confectionery and related products. These products are in demand in restaurants, canteens, small cafes and other catering establishments for preparing fresh and tasty dishes.

Groceries include:
  • Grains: buckwheat, rice, oatmeal, semolina, millet and others.
  • Flour: wheat, rye, corn and other types of flour.
  • Pasta: spaghetti , pasta, noodles and other types of pasta.
  • Sugar: white and brown sugar, powdered sugar.
  • Starch: used to thicken sauces and jelly.
  • Food concentrates: breakfast cereals, instant soups, baking mixes and other ready-made meals.
  • Yeast: used to prepare dough.
  • Tea and tea drinks: black, green, herbal tea, fruit and berry teas.
  • Coffee and coffee drinks: ground and instant coffee, cocoa.
  • Vegetable oils: sunflower, olive, linseed and other types of oils.
  • <* >Salt: table salt of various types and grinding.
  • Vinegar: table vinegar, wine vinegar, apple cider vinegar and other types of vinegar.
  • Spices: pepper, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, nutmeg nuts and other spices.

Cereals and pasta

Cereals and pasta are important food products. Cereals are a food product consisting of whole or crushed grains of various crops, such as wheat, rice, buckwheat, oats and others. Pasta is a product of various shapes made from dried dough mixed with wheat flour and water.

Cereals and pasta are rich in carbohydrates, proteins and B vitamins. They are used to prepare cereals, soups, side dishes and other dishes. Pasta can also be used as an independent dish, for example, with various sauces, vegetables or meat.

Sugar, salt

Sugar and salt are widely used products in the food industry and households. Sugar serves as the body’s main source of energy and is added to a variety of foods such as baked goods, desserts and drinks. Salt plays an important role in maintaining the water-salt balance in the body and is used in cooking to improve the taste and preserve food.

Tea, coffee, cocoa

Tea, coffee and cocoa are popular products with unique properties and history.

Tea is a drink obtained from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. It is known for its tonic properties and is rich in antioxidants. There are many types of tea, including black, green, white, oolong and herbal. Tea is produced in different countries around the world, including China, India, Japan and Sri Lanka.

Coffee is a drink obtained from the beans of the Coffea arabica plant. It also has tonic properties and contains caffeine. Coffee is produced mainly in Africa, South America and Southeast Asia. There are many ways to prepare coffee, including espresso, Americano, cappuccino and latte.

Cocoa is a powder obtained from the seeds of the Theobroma cacao tree. Cocoa is used to make chocolate and other confectionery products. Chocolate contains cocoa butter, cocoa powder and sugar. Cocoa beans are grown mainly in Central and South America.

Vegetable oils

Vegetable oils are high-calorie foods of great physiological importance. They are used in food and industrial production, for preparing culinary dishes, making canned food and in technology. The range of vegetable oils is constantly expanding thanks to the development of production of oils from various varieties of fruits, nuts and cereals.

Important indicators of the quality of vegetable oils are:

  • Organoleptic advantages.
  • Fatty acid composition, providing polyunsaturated fatty acids and essential phospholipids.
  • Energy value and digestibility.

Vegetable fats contain biologically active substances such as carotenoids, vitamins and others. Many oils are used in cosmetology for skin care.

The classification of vegetable oils takes into account the type of raw materials used, the method of purification, consistency, chemical composition and quality level. The range of vegetable oils includes sunflower, cottonseed, soybean, corn, peanut, mustard, olive, sesame and other types of oils.

Food concentrates

The range of food concentrates includes breakfast cereals, instant soups, baking mixes and other ready-made meals. Breakfast cereals are puffed grains of corn, wheat and rice, glazed with sugar or caramel syrup, as well as cereal sticks. Instant soups can be bean, cereal, pasta, vegetable and dairy. Baking mixes contain flour,sugar, eggs, baking powder and other ingredients. Ready-made meals include porridges, vegetable dishes, vegetable-cereal and vegetable-legume dishes, and pasta dishes.