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Tobacco Bidi – Manufacturers, Suppliers & Exporters in India

We are a distinguished Manufacturer and Supplier of Bidi.

A Bidi is made of well-blended tobacco wrapped in tendu leaves. We source superior quality Tendu leaves from Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh. We use Tendu leaves that are herbal and natural. We use slowly oxidised tobacco which leads to the smoothness of the smoke. After we procure the tendu leaves and the finely blended tobacco, the skilled workers. We are manufacturing and distributing beedi in all over india…we are past two decades in this business. any size of beedi we can manufacture as our customer requirement.

Buyers can rest assured; the delivery of consignments will be done within the stipulated time. Our products can be ordered in bulk as well as in retail. In order to maintain high-quality standards in our offerings, we make use of the finest grade raw material. Also, we ensure that the material is sourced from the reliable places only. With the aid of our updated transit facilities, we are capable of delivering the orders at requested destinations with ease. Our products are widely praised owing to their premium quality and perfection, thus checked against diverse quality parameters.

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What is Bidi / Beedi ?

A beedi (/ˈbiːdiː/; from Hindi: बीड़ी; also spelled bidi or biri) is a thin, Indian cigarette filled with tobacco flake and wrapped in a tendu or possibly even Piliostigma racemosum leaf tied with a string at one end. The name is derived from the Marwari word beeda—a mixture of betel nuts, herbs, and spices wrapped in a leaf.

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A traditional method of tobacco use throughout South Asia and parts of the Middle East, today beedies are popular and inexpensive in India. There, beedi consumption outpaces that of conventional cigarettes and these tobacco-filled leaves deliver more nicotine, carbon monoxide, and tar and carry a greater risk of oral cancers. Beedies accounted for 48% of Indian tobacco consumption in 2008. As with many other types of smoking, beedis increase the risk of certain kinds of cancers, heart disease, and lung disease. They may also be more harmful than other forms of tobacco consumption. Continue reading “What is Bidi / Beedi ?”