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White Cholam | Sorghum | White Jowar

Jowar is one of the five top cereal crops in the world, along with oats, wheat, corn and barley. It is usually eaten with the hull, which contains majority of the nutrients. It is wealthy in antioxidants and all varieties are gluten-free. It is a great alternative for wheat allergy sufferers.

Red Cholam | Jowar | Sorghum

Red Jowar is a healthy millet

Kambu | Pearl Millet | Bajra

Pearl millet grain can be ground into flour and used to produce porridge, or a type of flat bread. It can also be cooked and prepared in a manner similar to couscous or rice.

Kelvaragu | Finger Millet | Ragi

Ragi is most commonly used millet in South kitchens. It helps in reducing weight and makes our body cool.

Kuthiraivalli | Barnyard Millet

These are tiny, white, round grains belonging to the millet family. A delicious snack or something that can be eaten along with rice/ regular meals. It is a staple ingredient in most South Indian homes.

Naatu Kambu | Country Pearl Millet | Bajra

Country Pearl Millet is the nutrition-rich millet that has numerous health benefits. One of which is it is good for weightloss.

Panivaragu | Proso Millet

Proso millet is more commonly known as white millet or hog millet. The Health benefits of Proso millet come from its unique properties among millets.

Saamai | Little Millet

Little Millets seeds are smaller than other millets. Like foxtail millet, little millet also high in iron and fibre.

Thenai | Foxtail Millet

Foxtail millet, called Thinai in Tamil, is served to both humans and birds. Foxtail millets are high in Iron content and these millets are totally pest-free.

Varagu | Kodo Millet

Kodo millet is a variety of millet which is basically good for people with diabetes.