RAJGIRA – Amaranth
Amaranth has been cultivated for more than 8000 years and is found in every continent. This ancient rich grain is a highly nutritious pseudo cereal and is a protein powerhouse.
Bajra is an incredible nutrient-dense millet, commonly available in India. They have high tolerance to extreme climates, hence can be grown easily.
Barley is one of the world’s earliest cultivated grains, it has a chewy texture and mild nutty flavor.
Jowar is a fiber rich millet which is draught tolerant and cultivated extensively in India. It has an impressive nutrient profile.
Maize is one of the most important cereal crops used in the human diet in large parts of the world. It is a crop which can be grown year-round and is a common fodder for livestock.
Ragi has a holistic nutrient resume which resembles a mustard seed in appearance. It is a hardy crop that can grow in high altitudes and withstand harsh weather conditions.
KUTTU - Buckwheat
Buckwheat is not a type of wheat, rather belongs to a group of foods known as pseudo cereals. It is a highly nutritious whole grain available in the form of groats.
Oats are a whole-grain food, known as Avena sativa. Oat groats, the most intact and whole form of oats, take a long duration to cook. Hence, most consumers prefer rolled, crushed or steel-cut oats.
SAMAI - Little Millet
Samai is one of the few cereal crops that do not demand much from the soil and can grow well in the poorest of soils with very little rainfall.
Kodo millet is one of the ancient grains of the world which is highly drought resistant and rich in fiber. The color of these grains varies from light red to dark grey.
BHOORA CHAAWAL – Brown Rice
Brown rice is a whole grain that contains the bran and germ. These provide fiber and several vitamins and minerals. White rice is a refined grain that has had these nutritious parts removed.