Sahaja Little Millets - 1Kg
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At the Indus Valley Civilisation sites of Harappa and Farmana, the millet assemblage was dominated by little millet. Over 10,000 grains of little millet were recovered at Harappa. At Harappa, little millet cultivation peaked at around 2600 BC, accounting for around 5% of the total cereal assemblage. Called as Samai in Telugu, this is one of the largest grown crops in Central India.
Sahaja intends to brings its consumers “Closer to their Roots” by introducing the Shaja’s Little Millets which are also the staple diets of many tribals, who we all know are have stuck really Close to their native Roots. These millets should be included in daily dietary plan as these are really high with protein, Fibre and Carbohydrate.
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