Agriprime is an international broker of sesame seeds, dedicated to providing customers with a wide range of sesame seed varieties sourced from the leading sesame seed exporting countries. We specialize in matching our customers with the highest possible quality sesame seeds so they can confidently use them in their production needs.
With years of expertise in sesame seed-sourcing, we at Agriprime International Brokers provide sesame seeds for all occasions to clients around the world. From our extensive network, we are able to offer sesame seeds of the highest quality, ranging from White sesame seeds, black sesame seed sesame seed paste to sesame oil. Whether you’re a restauranteur looking to source ingredients or a food production company requiring vast amounts of sesame seeds or an importer, Agriprime can accommodate any request.
Agriprime is an international broker of sesame seeds. Sesame seeds can be eaten raw, or they can be baked or toasted to bring out more of their natural nutty flavor. They are a common topping on bagels, burger buns, salads, and breadsticks. They can also be tossed into salads. Tahini, which is a main ingredient in hummus, is made from ground sesame seeds. They are also used in sweets, including a dish similar to peanut brittle. Ground seeds are also used as a condiment in some Asian and Indian dishes.
Agriprime work as an indentor of Sesame oil which is used in salad and cooking oils, shortening and some margarines. It is a key flavor ingredient in some Chinese dishes.. Sesame oil keeps well and resists rancidity, due to the presence of an antioxidant, sesamol.
Agriprime helps in procurement of sesame for Tahini manufacurers. Tahini, a traditional Mideast sesame paste is made from hulled sesame seed. The paste is rich in protein and a very good energy source. Dip and spread manufacturers use tahini in conjunction with chickpeas to produce hummus and with egg plant to produce baba ganouj. Halva production is a subset of this industry. Halva is a popular sweet made by mixing approximately 50 percent tahini with boiled and whipped sugar and several other ingredients to form a popular Middle Eastern confection.
Sesame seed oil is being investigated as a cell-growth regulator that slows down cell growth and replication, partly through its antioxidant properties. Research shows that the oil can neutralize free oxygen radicals within the skin and surrounding tissues. Sesame seed oil has been used as a healing oil for thousands of years. It is naturally antibacterial and effective against common skin pathogens as well as common skin fungi including the athlete's foot fungus. It is naturally antiviral and is a natural anti-inflammatory agent.
Many “natural” cosmetics now include sesame oil because of its antioxidant properties.
A current pharmaceutical use for sesame oil in the United States is as a “medical carrier” for injected drug or intravenous drip solutions. It also is used as a carrier or as part of a carrier formulation by the cosmetics industry. The oil for pharmaceutical use is extracted from high-quality seed and is more refined than oil intended for human consumption or other “food-grade” (cosmetic) applications.