Pearl millet / Bajra

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Pearl millet/ Bajra:
The most extensively cultivated millet is pearl millet. Large stems, leaves, and
heads characterize this summer cereal grass. Bajra(pearl millet) is a type of
millet and is one of the most cultivated crops in India. It is a short-duration crop
and can be grown in both rain fed and irrigated conditions. Bajra is a rich
source of proteins, minerals, and vitamins and is a good source of energy. It is
also a good source of dietary fiber.

 Nutrient- dense: Compared to maize, refined wheat flour, and polished rice,
they contain lots of nutrients.
 Low Glycaemic Index (GI)
 High in mineral content, i.e., iron, zinc and calcium
 Naturally gluten free

Pearl Millet Nutrient per 100g:

Energy (Kcal)361
Protein11.6 g


Product NamePearl Millets/ Bajra
HSN Code10082920
Botanical NamePennisetum glaucum
New CropKharif crop/ June-July & October -November
ColourNearly White, pale yellow, Brown, Gray, Slate Blue
ApplicationHuman Consumption/ Animal Feed.
Moisture8% – 10% Max
Cleaning MethodMachine Cleaned
GMO StatusGMO Free
Country of OriginIndia
Shrunken2-3% Max.
AflatoxinLess than 20 ppb or As per Customer Requirement
MOQOne 20ft Container
PackagingPP bag of 10 kg or 25 kg or 50 kg Or
As per Customer Requirement.
Capacity20’ FT Container 23-24 MTS