Pulse Products

Pre-Cooked
Pulses

To eliminate the step of cooking, look for these in the canned vegetable aisle or in the frozen or refrigerated section at most healthy grocers

CHICKPEAS

  • Canned garbanzo beans
  • Frozen chickpeas

LENTILS

  • Canned lentils
  • Frozen lentils

BEANS

  • Canned black
  • Canned red & white kidney
  • Canned navy
  • Canned pinto
  • Canned fava
  • Canned lima – baby and large
  • Canned romano
  • Canned cannellini
  • Canned adzuki
  • Canned pink
  • Canned red
  • Canned white
  • Canned black eyed peas
  • Frozen black eyed peas
  • Frozen red
  • Frozen black
  • Refrigerated beans, various varieties
Packaged &
Prepared Products Including Pulses

Look on packaged products for the inclusion of chickpeas, lentils, dry peas & beans; most often included for a boost of fiber, protein & more

  • DIPS AND SPREADS – including hummus made with chickpeas, lentils or beans; black bean dips and more
  • SNACKS – roasted chickpeas, lentil and black bean chips, health bars and more
  • PASTA – many dried pastas are made with lentil, bean or chickpeas flour for an added nutrition boost
  • SOUPS – many pre-made soups, both at the deli counter and canned, include a variety of pulses
  • CANNED PRODUCTS – bean dishes in particular are widely available canned, including refried and baked beans
  • FROZEN OR PACKAGED MEALS – from frozen lentil lasagna and burritos to curried chickpeas, look in the prepared meal sections of your favorite grocery store
  • MIXES – Falafel mixes, or boil-and-serve bean-and-rice dishes all contain pulses
Pulse
Flours

Used in baking, found in the baking aisle

  • Chickpea flour
  • Lentil flour
  • Black bean flour
  • Whole pinto bean flour
  • Yellow split pea flour
  • Whole yellow pea flour
  • Green split pea flour
  • Whole green pea flour
Protein
Powders

Mainly for adding a protein boost to smoothies

  • Pea protein powder

Pulse Brand

The “Made with Pulses” seal is a logo used around the world for products that contain pulse ingredients. In Canada and the United States, there are a growing number of products that have signed up to use the Pulse Brand on their packaging. For a list of those products and companies, visit our database here.

Made With Pulses