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    Little Millet Flour (500 Gm)

    Little Millet (Panicum miliare), one of the small millets, is called kutki in Hindi, sava (Marathi), gajro (Gujrati), same (Kannada), samai (Tamil), and samalu (Telugu). Little millet is suitable for people of all age groups. Little millet is grown throughout India and is a traditional crop. 

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    Barnyard Millet Flour (500 Gm)

    Barnyard millet has been mentioned in ancient literature of India. It has been cultivated in China for more than 2000 years. Barnyard millet is grown in India, China, Japan, Malaysia and East Indies. In China and Japan it is said to be grown as a substitute crop when the rice crop fails. 

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    Normalife™ Multipurpose Flour Mix (Wheat, Fenugreek and Black Seeds)

    Regular consumption of Normalife™ Multipurpose Flour Mix improves fasting blood glucose level in 6 weeks. It helps in body weight management with recurring positive effects and helps in liver functions as well. It is an internationally acclaimed product and is clinically-proven fortified health mix lauded in the Journal of Medicinal Food.

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    Premium Coconut Flour (500 gm) – Bangalore Only

    Low Carb. Gluten Free. High Fibre. High Protein. Naturally Grain Free.

    Coconuts flours are a great substitute for a variety of cooking needs where traditional wheat flour or other grain based flours are used.

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    Low Carb Artisanal Roti Flour (500 gm) – Bangalore Only

    Low Carb Roti Flour – Perfect replacement for Wheat Flour without losing the taste.

    Contains 18.7% Carbs, 15.3% Protein and 65.3% Fats.

    Ingredients: Almonds, Coconut flour, Flaxseeds, Psyllium husk

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    Low Carb Premium Almond Flour (500 gm) – Bangalore Only

    All Natural. Low Carb. Gluten Free.

    Perfect for all your bakes and desserts.

    Contains 2% Carbs, 12.1% Protein and 86.5% Fats.

    Ingredients: Almonds

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    Finger Millet Flour (Ragi) (1 Kg)

    Finger Millet, also known as Ragi is an important millet grown extensively in various regions of India and Africa. In India, ragi is mostly grown and consumed in Karnataka, and to a limited extent in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Odisha, Maharashtra, Uttarakhand and Goa. It ranks sixth in production after wheat, rice, maize, sorghum and bajra in India. 

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    Millet Mix Flour (1 kg)

    Millet Mix Flour is a blend of flours of six different millets – Barnyard Millet, Little Millet, Foxtail Millet, Kodo Millet, Pearl Millet, Finger Millet, giving you benefits of multiple millets in a single serving.

    This flour is high in fibre and controls blood sugar and cholesterol levels. This flour can be used to make roti, thalipeeth, instant dosas, millet nippattu and savories like murukku, chakali, kodubale, etc.

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    Mix Millet Atta Flour (500 Gm)

    Millet mix Atta flour is a blend of the flours of different millets and Wheat Flour. This flour is high on fibre and controls blood sugar levels and cholesterol levels. Rich in vitamins and minerals this is ‘the flour’ to use when moving to a millet-based lifestyle. This flour can be used to make roti, thalipeeth, instant dosas, millet nippattu and savories like murukku, chakali, kodubale, etc.

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    Pearl Millet Flour (500 Gm)

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    Kodo Millet Flour (500 Gm)

    Paspalum scrobiculatum, commonly called Kodo millet (harka in Kannada) is an annual grain that is grown primarily in Nepal as well as in India, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and in West Africa from where it originated. It is grown as a minor crop in most of these areas, with the exception of the Deccan plateau in India where it is grown as a major food source.

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    Browntop Millet Flour (500gm)

    Brown top millet (Brachiaria ramosa) is known locally as pedda-sama in Telugu and korle in Kannada. It is mostly cultivated in S.India, specifically in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu states. Brown top millet is also grown and consumed in limited quantities in north central India, i.e., Bundelkhand. Browntop millet is not only nutritious but also very delicious.

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