Millets are increasingly being recognized as a healthier alternative to traditional flours since they help in weight management, and improving gut health. Known to possess a low glycemic index, it is highly beneficial to those watching their blood sugar levels along with being a storehouse of nutrients and antioxidants. We export a variety of millets for various uses depending upon your requirement. All millets are seasonal and their market prices depend on the same. Get in touch with us to receive a quote. 


Varieties of Grain

We supply the following varieties of Millets:

1. Pearl Millet & Green Pearl Millet

Also famous as Bajra, it contains iron, protein, fiber, and minerals like calcium and magnesium.

2. Sorghum Seeds

Also known as Jowar, it is used to make roti's and other Indian breads. Recommended to people with wheat intolerance.

3. Finger Millet

 Also called as Ragi, it is used as a substitute to Rice and Wheat and used for making cookies and sweets.

4. Foxtail Millet

A healthy alternative used to make Pastas and Noodles. Foxtail millet is a good source of blood sugar balancing carbohydrates that make it beneficial for sugar and heart patients. It is available in the form of semolina and rice flour. Also known as kakum/kangni, it is a great source of iron and calcium.

5. Barnyard Millet
Sanwa, or barnyard, is another type of millet that is nutritionally dense with high fiber content. Sanwa is rich in calcium and phosphorous, which helps in bone building.

6. Proso/Broomcorn Millet
Proso/Broomcorn millet is good for balancing blood sugar levels and has a low glycemic index. It is popularly called Chena in India and is used as bird feed.

7. Little Millet
Little millet goes by several names, including Moraiyo, Kutki, Shavan, and Sama. It is loaded with B-vitamins and minerals such as calcium, iron, zinc, and potassium. It is used in several traditional dishes of South India and is often substituted for rice.

8. Amaranth Millet
One of the lesser-known types of millets is Amaranth, also known as Rajgira, Ramdana, and Chola. This millet is high on protein and helps fight hair loss and greying. Amaranth also reduces cholesterol levels and the risk of cardiovascular disease. It is high in calcium, antioxidants, and other minerals.

9. Buckwheat Millet
Buckwheat is one of the most popular types of millets in India and is often used during the fasting period.  Also called Kuttu, it is diabetic friendly and lowers blood pressure. It is beneficial for good cardiovascular health. Buckwheat also protects against breast cancer, childhood asthma, and gallstones. 

10. Kodu Millet
Kodu millet or Kodon is easily digestible and contains higher amounts of lecithin. It is vital for strengthening the nervous system. Among other vitamins and minerals, kodu is a fantastic source of B vitamins. Since kodu is gluten-free, it is excellent for people who are gluten intolerant.

Our Millet products are packed in 25,30 and 50kg PP Bag packaging and printed with design and content as required from the buyer

Supply ability: 500 MT per month

Delivery Time: Loading within 7 business days of raising a purchase order

Documents we provide:

- Commercial Invoice
- Certificate of Origin
- Phytosanitary Certificate
- Packing List
- Pre-shipment inspection report of goods
- Bill of Lading (3 original copies)/Shipping Bill

- Quality certificates as applicable/requested by the importer