All types of food grains
Amaranath has been cultivated as a grain for 8,000 years. The yield of grain amaranth is comparable to rice or maize. It was a staple food of the Aztecs, and was used as an integral part of Aztec religious ceremonies. The cultivation of amaranth was banned by the conquistadores upon their conquest of the Aztec nation. Because the plant has continued to grow as a weed since that time, its genetic base has been largely maintained. Research on grain amaranth began in the US in the 1970s. By the end of the 1970s, a few thousand acres were being cultivated. Much of the grain currently grown is sold in health food shops.
We are engaged in offering Premium quality Organic Food Grains such as White Corn, Semolina-Suji ,Chicory Grain ,Sabudana ,Durum Wheat and White Sorghum to our valuable clients. Highly appreciated for their delicious taste, these grains are used in homes, restaurants, hotels etc.
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Supplier: Guar gum powder, psyllium husk, cumin seed, sesame seed, fennel seed, dill seed, guar meal, turmeric, red chilly, agarbatti raw material
Sorghum, also known as jowari, is the dried part of Sorghum vulgare. It is a part of staple diet of millions in tropical regions of Asia and Africa where it serves dual purpose of food and fodder.Sorghum in India is available in three varieties namely yellow shorgum, white Sorghum and red Sorghum. Sorghum is one those grains that can grow in very harsh environmental conditions. Due to this characteristic it has helped to sustain 60 million lives in rural India. Shorgum is gaining popularity due to its nutritional benefits. Apart from being gluten free, Sorghum is high in antioxidants. Sorghum is beneficial in cancer, diabetes, heart disease and some neurological diseases. India is the third largest producer of Sorghum in world where 95% of Sorghum grown in India is cultivated in the states of Maharashtra, southern states of Karnataka, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Rest of the contribution comes from the states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh.Keshavam International procures Sorghum from various places after testing the quality of seeds. Sorghum can be utilized in making muffins, breads, pizzas, pastas, casseroles, cookies, cakes, pies, etc.