Our products have delighted customers all over India with its amazing quality, extraordinary taste and rich aroma and flavor. From Millets to Pulses, we supply more than 35 products all under-one-roof.e
Our products have delighted customers all over India with its amazing quality, extraordinary taste and rich aroma and flavor. From Millets to Pulses, we supply more than 35 products all under-one-roof. We desire to reintroduce MILLETS in diet chart which helps to control the lifestyle diseases and provide the best quality natural healthy products to customers at an affordable prices and directed by strong business principles.
- Foxtail Millets
- Finger Millets
- Pearl Millets
- Barnyard Millets
- Jowar Millets
- Little Millets
- Kodo Millets
- Proso Millets
It is good to control diabetics (Controls Blood Sugar Level) and Keeps your digestive tract clean. It also reduces Heart Attack risk, gastric problems and Helps in weight loss. It ia also rich in anti - oxidants.
Finger Millet is a rich source of Calcium, Iron, Protein, Fiber and other minerals and is a gluten-free food. The cereal has low fat content and contains mainly unsaturated fat. It is easy to digest and does not contain gluten. People who are sensitive to gluten can easily consume Finger Millet.
These are of healthy Digestion. Millet is rich in fiber which treats Stomach Ulcers. These are used for a Healthy heart and good Respiratory System. It reduces cancer risk and optimizes Cholesterol. Pearl Millet Helps for healthy bones and beneficial in Preventing Gall stones.
These are tiny, white, round grains belonging to the millet family. It is an erect plant 60-130 cm tall.They do not belong to the rice family but act as an healthy alternative.Barnyard millet can produce ripe grain in 45 days from the sowing time under optimal weather conditions. Barnyard millet does not suffer from major fungal diseases and is a valuable fodder plant. It has been variously known as barn grass and barnyard millet. Barnyard grass is distributed throughout much of North America as a weed in moist cultivated areas. The other Indian names for barnyard millet are Vari, Varai, Sanwa, Samwa and Swang.
Jowar is the Indian name for sorghum, a cereal grain native to Africa. Jowar is rated among the top five healthy grains in the world. Steam it, boil it, use it in a stew, make a soup out of it; well this grain can be used in multiple ways rather than just grinding it to a flour. In the initial years, this millet was used as animal feeds. However, soon jowar’s exceptional health benefits came to light post which it featured in the human plate too. Jowar could easily replace staple grains such as rice and wheat making for a gluten-free alternative.
Little millets also called as Samai / Shavan / Sama / Swank /Kutki is part of the siruthaniyam (Millets). Samai is rich in phyto-chemicals and it has excellent antioxidant properties Its Dietary fiber protects against hyperglycemia. It reduces cholesterol and helps in digestion.Has nearly 2.5 times minerals and nearly 38 times fiber and nearly 13 times Iron than Rice.Has nearly 6.3 times fiber and nearly 1.8 times Iron than Wheat. Helps lowers risk of type 2 diabetes. Reduces chances of heart attacks.Improves digestion.Protects from breast cancer.
Kodo millet (Tamil: Varagu), is an annual grain that is grown primarily in India. In-spite of cultivating Kodo millet for 1000's of years this millet is slowly dying out. Helps keep diabetes under check.Controls Obesity.Helps heal wounds and has a tranquilizing effect Like all other millets Kodo (Varagu) is no different. Kodo is rich in protien, fiber and minerals and vitamins. The fiber content of the whole grain is very high. Kodo millet has around 11% protein, and the nutritional value of the protein has been found to be slightly better than that of foxtail millet but comparable to that of other small millets.
Has brown to black seeds. Proso millet can be easily confused with young corn seedlings, fall panicum (Panicumdichotomiflorum), and witch grass (Panicumcapillare).A distinguishing feature of the plant is that the seed husk (palea and lemma) remains attached to the roots of seedlings (Bough et al., 1986). It is thought that proso millet was originally cultivated in eastern Asia, later spreading to India, Russia, the Middle East, and Europe (Baltensperger, 1996). Today proso millet is produced in India, China, Russia, Proso millet grows best in full sun, moist to dry conditions, and can perform well in many soil types. It is found in croplands, fallow fields, roadsides, waste sites, and disturbed soils.