The organic food business in India is booming, thanks to increased consumer awareness of the products. Organic food demand is being driven by a rising level of health consciousness in the country. Indian consumers have begun to pay attention to the nutritional content and quality of the food they eat, resulting in an increase in demand for organic food. Furthermore, due to factors such as strong economic growth, urbanisation, and rising income levels, consumer expenditure on health and wellness items has expanded considerably. Furthermore, India's significant government backing is catalysing the organic food sector. The Indian government promotes organic farming. Whole Pulses are processed to produce Split Pulses (commonly known as Dal), which is also at times De-skinned and Oiled for ease of cooking and better preservation. Commonly processed Pulses are Chana (Gram), Mung, Massor, Urad and Arhar (Tur), which are important part of staple diet in all state of India. According to the Handbook
of Agriculture, brought out by the ICAR.