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Alpahar Sortex-Clean Bhagar-Mordhan (Little Millet) 500g

Alpahar Sortex-Clean Bhagar-Mordhan (Little Millet) 500g

40.00 - 200.00 INR/Ton

Product Details:


Price And Quantity

  • 1 Ton
  • 40.00 - 200.00 INR/Ton

Trade Information

  • 15- 20 Ton Per Day
  • 15- 20 Days

Product Description

Minor Millets are a group of highly variable small-seeded grasses, widely grown around the world as cereal crops or grains. We at SABU have reintroduced this ancient nutritious food to the modern world. After the advent of high-yielding varieties of rice and wheat during 1970s, millets got sidelined from our regular food. The reason for this is lack of awareness about the nutritional benefits and the tag of ‘a poor man’s food’. Consequently, this resulted in consumption of polished rice and refined wheat flour. This trend, coupled with sedentary lifestyle, has led to a rise in obesity, diabetes, hypertension and heart ailments, across all age groups. In this scenario, gluten free millets could prove to be an effective weapon.

If we eat healthy, our children would also learn to eat healthy. Millets were part of our grandparents diet, It’s only in the past few decades that its consumption has reduced. We need to embrace the goodness of millets. Their high fiber content helps in bowel movement and manages diabetes and obesity. Their high magnesium level is good for reducing blood pressure, while potassium content keeps hypertension away. Many research had been carried out in the past and many research are still going on to confirm and validate the goodness of millets. They are a rich source of antioxidants and may be helpful in preventing cardiovascular diseases.

In pursuit of becoming fit, we start consuming whatever super-food is trending in the west like wheat grass, green tea, oats, quinoa etc., we even get ready to spend heavily unknowing and discarding the goodness of our own traditional food.

Millets are not only healthy, they are also farmer and Eco-friendly. Compared to rice and wheat, millets need less water and no chemicals. Minor millets can grow and sustain in marginal land and harsh weather conditions where no other crop can sustain. Little millet, Barnyard Millet and foxtail millet are known to assure minimum yield even if monsoon fails. So as global warming becomes real, millets can actually be a smart way of farming and eating.

We do not recommend switching to millets consumption over night. You need to mix it up depending on your health needs. The right cooking technique and a good recipe can lift any ingredient. It is very easy to include millets in the diet as they are very versatile. We can have millet pancakes, millets can be prepared like rice, substitute for potatoes when cooked with gravy. Millets also make a great bed for roasted vegetables and stews.

One of the most important reason why Millets were discouraged was due to lack of hygienic processing technique as per modern days needs. We at SABU have employed world class technique to process millets while retaining its natural taste and goodness. As of now we are processing four varieties of minor millets which are apt during fasting days and much appreciated by all our satisfied consumers. It is clean and devoid of any sand or stones, so the consumer pays only for the product he buys not for impurities.

ALPAHAR Little Millet ( Botanical Name: Panicum Sumatrense):

  • Hindi: Bhagar, Mordhan, Kutki, Sava chawal, Vrat Ke Chawal
  • Tamil: Samai arisi
  • Marathi: Sava, Halvi, Varai
  • Kannada: Saame
  • Gujrati: Gajro, Kuri
  • Bengali: Sama
  • Telugu: Samalu

ALPAHAR Little Millet Nutritional Information:




Total Carbohydrates (by difference)









Dietary Fibre



Iron (as Fe)

BLQ (LOQ : 5.0)


Calcium ( as Ca)



Magnesium ( as Mg)



Zinc (as Zn)



Crude protein



Vitamin E