The company MONGILLO GIACOMO, founded in 1982, which operates in the Cereals and grains. It also operates in the Vegetables, edible roots and tubers, and Fruit. It is based in Puglianello, Italy.
Other companies in the same industry:
MARBACHER ÖLMÜHLE GMBH
TPK VARNA, LLC
PANINKRET CHEM.-PHARM. VERTRIEBSGES. MBH
min. 50% plant protein
conventional quality = Art.-no. S-005 FD
POL-FOODS SP. Z O.O.
sulphur 99.9% granular
sulphur 99.9% granular bright yellow
sulphur 99.9% granular packing:50kg pp bag
ITEM INDEX RESULT
S 99.9% min 99.95%
Organic 0.03% max 0.01%
Ash 0.03% max 0.02%
Acidity 0.003% max 0.001
As 0.0001 max 0.0001%
Moisture 0.1% max 0.02
Sulfur powder is used widely in rubber tire, pigments, paper making, pesticide and bactericide, food industry and semiconductor industry and etc.
Handling and Storage
Sulfur powder should be stored in a cool, dry and ventilated place without heat. During the transportation, it should be get rid of rain and heat.
Barley Animal Feed Specification
Moisture 14 % Max
Protein 10 % Min
Fiber 3 % Max
Damaged Grain 1 % Max
Grain Impurities 2%Max
Foreign Matter 1 % Max
Bags wt 100 gms.
Packing – 25 Kg or 50 Kg pp bag
Printing bag – As per the buyer needs
Loading capacity of the container – 20 ft container (26 Mt)
Barley Nutrition Facts
10 grams fiber.
7 grams protein.
45 grams carbohydrates.
1 mg manganese (60%)
23 mg selenium (42%)
162 mg phosphorus (23%)
80 mg magnesium (20%)
Garlic, raw, 1 cloves
Protein (g) 0.57
Total lipid (fat) (g) 0.04
Carbohydrate, by difference (g) 2.98
Energy (kcal) 13.41
Sugars, total (g) 0.09
Garlic Nutrition Facts: Calories, Carbs, and More
While garlic is a low-calorie food, it’s not particularly rich in the daily nutrients you need. But as per the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s MyPlate guidelines, it is on the list of healthy ingredients you can include in your diet.
Nutritionally speaking, garlic is most useful as a spice or as a way to bring out the flavors of other healthy foods, like vegetables. The following nutrition facts for garlic from the United States Department of Agriculture are based on estimates of a 1-teaspoon serving: (4)
Protein: 0.18 grams (g)
Natural sugars: 0.03g
Calcium: 5 milligrams (mg)
Iron: 0.05mg (0.03 percent daily value, or DV)
Vitamin C: 0.9mg (0.02 percent DV)