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We are a well-reckoned supplier of Farm Organic Gluten-free Ragi Flour. Raagi is a millet variety. It offers the advantages of delayed digestion and high calcium content in addition to having a high protein content. Raagi flour is used to make high-protein biscuits. Raagi variations made from white grains include higher protein and thiamine. Rotis, pancakes, oatmeal, and other dishes are made with ragi flour.

Comparatively speaking to other grains, ragi flour is one of the greatest non-dairy sources of calcium. The low glycemic load lessens cravings for food and speeds up digestion, which helps to maintain healthy blood sugar levels.

Organic Gluten Free Ragi Flour

Our Gluten-Free Ragi Flour is a wonderful natural source of iron and is thus beneficial for both people who are anaemic and those who have low haemoglobin levels. Ragi is very helpful in treating anxiety, sadness, and sleeplessness when consumed regularly.


Ragi flour is rich in calcium and easily digestible because of which it is used as a weaning food for babies aged six months and older, especially in the Southern parts of India. Finger millet phytochemicals help in slowing the digestion process.


Ragi flour is primarily a powder food, made out of ragi grain. It is known as finger millet flour, It has high protein and mineral content. It is an ideal source of protein for vegetarians. Ragi flour has a low-fat content rich in fibers.

Preparation Information:  Ragi flour is made by grinding up the whole ragi grain to get a fine powder. In today's growing health-conscious world, the usage of Ragi Flour is increasing exponentially. It can be used to make everything from snacks and roti to sweet ragi halwa and bread. Heat 3to 4 tsp ghee in a pan or Kadai then add 1/2 cups of ragi keep stirring the flour for 3 to 5 minutes on a low flame. the mixture will begin to bubble add 1/4 cup of sugar. Stir and mix the sugar well with the ragi flour. Now add 1 cup of hot milk. the milk has to be hot before you add it. When you add the milk stir at the same time. Keep on stirring while adding milk. Continue to stir even after all milk has been added till it starts thickening. Soon the mixture will start leaving the edges of the pan to add a pinch of cardamom powder and mix well. Serve it

Nutritional Facts:   Serving Size 100g Serving Per Amount Calories 336.29 % Daily Value Total Fat 1.89g 3% Saturates Fat 0.48g 2% Cholesterol 0mg 0% Sodium 9.22mg 0.4% Total Carbohydrates 72.26g 24% Dietary Fiber 3.29g 13% Sugar 0.8g Calcium 32 % Iron 18% Protein 7.56g Vitamin A 0% Vitamin D 0% Percent daily values are based on a 2,000 calories diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


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