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Processed Millets

There has been a growing demand for millet globally in recent years due to its reputation as a nutritious and sustainable food source. Some of the factors contributing to the increasing demand for Millet include:

health and wealth
growing demand of millet
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high demand of millets

1: Health and wellness trend- The increasing focus on health and wellness has led to a growing demand for nutritious and wholesome food products, and millet is seen as a healthier alternative to traditional cereal grains.

2: Growing demand for gluten-free products- The rise in gluten intolerance and celiac disease has led to a growing demand for gluten-free food products, and millets are naturally gluten-free.

3: Sustainability and environmental concerns- The growing awareness of environmental issues had led to a growing demand for sustainable food, and millets are seen as more sustainable than traditional cereal crops.

4: Increasing demand for alternative flours- The increasing popularity of alternative diets and food trends, such as paleo and keto diets, has led to a growing demand for alternative flours, including millet flour.

Our millet product range offers a variety of high-quality millet grains that are minimally processed to retain their natural goodness and nutritional benefits.

We are offering 9 varieties of processed millets:

Kodo millet
foxtail millet
little millet
browntop millet
Barnyard Millet
finger millet ragi
sorghum millet jvaar
pearl millet baajra
proso millet
Multiple Millets

Each Processed millets is available in 4 forms:

1: Unpolished Millet Rice- Processed unpolished millet rice is a type of rice that has been milled to remove the outermost layer of the grain, but the bran and germ layers are left intact. This results in a more nutritious and flavorful product compared to polished white rice. Millet is a gluten-free grain that is high in fiber, protein, and various essential vitamins and minerals. The unpolished variety of millet rice retains these beneficial nutrients, making it a healthier option. 

2: Polished Millet Rice- Polished millet rice is a type of millet grain that has been processed to remove the outermost layer of the grain, leaving only the starchy inner portion. This results in a grain that is lighter in color and has a smoother texture compared to unpolished millet. A good source of fiber, protein, and essential vitamins and minerals such as iron, magnesium, and zinc. 

3: Single Millet Flour- Processed Millet flour is a type of flour that is made by grinding millet, a small, gluten-free grain that is widely cultivated in India and other parts of Asia. Millet is a nutritious grain that is high in fiber, protein, and essential vitamins and minerals such as iron, magnesium, and zinc. Millet flour is a healthy and versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of recipes, including bread, pancakes, and baked goods.

4: Multi Millet Mix Flour- Multi millet flour is a type of flour that is made by combining various millet grains, such as sorghum, pearl millet, foxtail millet, and finger millet, kodo into a single product. This results in a flour that is highly nutritious, gluten-free, and versatile. Millet grains are a good source of fiber, protein, and essential vitamins and minerals such as iron, magnesium, and zinc. By combining different types of millet grains into a single flour, multi-millet flour provides a balanced and diverse nutrient profile.

Foxtail millet packet sample
Multi millet packet sample
millet packet sample
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