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India, known as the 'Land of Millets', has been a hub for cultivating a diverse range of millets, which are celebrated for their exceptional nutritional value, versatility and adaptability to different climates and also hailed for their immense health benefits. Millets are ancient grains that have been a staple in Indian cuisine for centuries. At RDAI International, we offer a variety of millets known for their nutritional value, versatility and adaptability to various regions of India.

Sorghum Millet (Jowar)

Proso Millet (Chena / Barri)

Pearl Millet (Bajra)

Foxtail Millet (Kakum / Kangni)

Finger Millet (Ragi)

Browntop Millet (Korle)

Barnyard Millet (Sanwa)

Little Millet (Moraiyo)

Buckwheat Millet (Kuttu)

Amaranth Millet (Rajgira)

Kodo Millet

Sorghum Millet (Jowar): Sorghum Millet, popularly known as Jowar, is one of the most commonly cultivated millets in India. Jowar is renowned for its gluten-free composition and high dietary fibre content.

Proso Millet (Chena / Barri): Proso Millet, also known as Barri or Chena. It is celebrated for its ease of digestion and rich protein content.

Pearl Millet (Bajra): Pearl Millet or Bajra, is a staple in many parts of India, particularly in the arid and semiarid regions. Bajra is known for its high nutritional value and versatility in various dishes.

Foxtail Millet (Kakum / Kangni): Foxtail Millet, known as Kakum or Kangni. It's praised for its high mineral content and low glycemic index.

Finger Millet (Ragi): Finger Millet, popularly known as Ragi, is a nutritional powerhouse. It's renowned for its rich calcium content and suitability for various diets.

Browntop Millet (Korle): Browntop Millet, also called Korle. It is favoured for its ease of cultivation and high fibre content.

Barnyard Millet (Sanwa): Barnyard Millet, known as Sanwa. It is praised for its fast growth and rich nutrient profile.

Little Millet (Moraiyo): Little Millet or Moraiyo. It is celebrated for its versatility in various dishes and its nutritious benefits.

Buckwheat Millet (Kuttu): Buckwheat Millet, also known as Kuttu. It's prized for its unique taste and various health benefits.

Amaranth Millet (Rajgira): Amaranth Millet, called Rajgira. It's celebrated for its high protein content and suitability for gluten-free diets.

Kodo Millet: Kodo Millet is a staple in certain regions. It's valued for its nutritional richness and adaptability.

Each of these millets is cultivated in specific regions across India, harnessing the unique climatic and soil conditions to produce exceptional quality. Our commitment to quality ensures that these millets maintain their natural taste, nutrition and quality. Explore the diverse world of Indian millets through our curated collection and embrace the goodness of these ancient grains in your diet.