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Organic Millets

Foxtail millets:
are available in the form of rice, semolina (like rava) or as flour.

As with other millets, foxtail millet is rich in smart carbohydrates, the kind which doesn’t increase the blood sugar levels immediately.

It is rich in dietary fiber, and minerals like iron and copper.

Due to this, it helps to reduce the levels of bad cholesterol and keeps the immune system strong.

Barnyard millet:

Barnyard millet, with


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Organic Little Millet

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Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity50 Kilogram
Country of OriginIndia
Is It OrganicOrganic
Pack Size50kg


·        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.

·        Has lesser amount of carbohydrates than Wheat and rice and has abundant quantities of Thiamin (Vitamin B1) which is not present in Rice and Wheat.

·        Helps lowers risk of type 2 diabetes

·        Reduces chances of heart attacks

·        Improves digestion

·        Protects from breast cancer

·        protects childhood asthma


Nutrition Information Per 100gms








65 g










Additional Information:
  • Item Code: SM001
  • Production Capacity: 1000kg
  • Delivery Time: 7 days
  • Packaging Details: We are Doing Retails Packing also 500gm,1kg,
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Organic Barnyard Millet

Organic Barnyard Millet
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Approx. Rs 66 / Kilogram
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Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity50 Kilogram
Pack Type50 kg
Is It OrganicOrganic
Pack Size50kg
Total Fat4.8gm
Net Weight100gm

What is Barnyard Millet? 

The Barnyard millet (Echinochloa frumantacea) is a wild seed and not a grain, mainly grown in the hilly areas of Uttaranchal, India. The barnyard millet is the fastest growing crop, which can produce ripe grains within 45 days from the sowing time under optimal weather conditions. The other names of barnyard millet are shyama in Bengali, moraiyo in Gujarati, sanwa in Hindi, oodalu in Kannada, kuthiraivolly in Tamil and udalu in Telugu.

Because the barnyard millet tastes almost similar to broken rice when cooked, it is called the “sanwa rice”. It does not cook into separate grains like long grained rice. The millet is tiny, white, round grain, bigger in size than semolina (rawa) and smaller than sago (sabudana).


 The barnyard millet is a wholesome grain over and above common cereal grains like rice, wheat, semolina (rawa) and by no means should be restricted to just the fasting days. It holds benefits rendered by millet grains, is easily available across India, is highly economical and makes a tasteful food for all age groups. Varied food preparations can be made in a jiffy with the tiny wonder grain. Barnyard millet is nature’s gift to the modern diet and sedentary activities that can lead to lifestyle disorders.


Top 5 Health Benefits of Barnyard Millet

1.      Low in Calories

Barnyard millet is a good source of highly digestible protein and at the same time is least caloric dense compared to all other cereals. It is a grain which makes one feel light and energetic after consumption. A serving of barnyard millets (25g, raw) gives 75 calories and 1.5g of protein.

2. Rich in Fiber

It is an excellent source of dietary fiber with a good amount of both soluble and insoluble fractions. The grain encompasses the highest amount of fiber in comparison to other grains and millets with a serve providing 2.4 grams of fiber. According to a study published in the Journal of Food Science and Technology, the dietary fiber content of barnyard millet was high (12.6%) including soluble (4.2%) and insoluble (8.4%) fractions. The high fiber content helps in preventing constipation, excess gas, bloating and cramping. 

 3.Low Glycemic Index

The carbohydrate content of barnyard millet is low and slowly digestible, making the barnyard millet a low glycemic index food.

The carbohydrates in millet show a high degree of retrogradation of amylase, which facilitate the formation of higher amounts of resistant starch. Hence, it can be potentially recommended for patients with cardiovascular disease and diabetes mellitus. In today’s scenario, this millet becomes one of the ideal foods for diabetics.

4. Gluten-Free Food

Like all millets, the barnyard millet is gluten-free. It is an appropriate food for patients who are intolerant to gluten (those with celiac disease) or looking to follow a gluten free lifestyle which eliminates wheat, barley, rye-based foods. The millet being easily available, quick to cook and good to taste proves to be an ideal wholesome alternative to rice, wheat and other less easily available millets.

5. Good Source of Iron 

According to research on nutrient content on millets, some varieties of barnyard millet have shown to contain high amounts of iron (18.6 mg in 100g of raw millet)

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