• Food manufacturers are using chickpeas to produce canned chickpeas, humus paste, falafel mix, chickpeas flour (Gram flour) and other snacks.

  • Households and restaurants use chickpeas and chickpeas flour in baking and making many authentic dishes like Chana masala or Maftool.

  • Animal feed producers uses chickpeas in non-ruminant diets to promote egg production and growth of birds, this also leads to higher nutrition values and fewer digestive problems.