Rock Salt Powder
We provide you pure rock salt with zero adulteration. Our modern grinding facility has made it possible to grind this salt to very fine granule size which is easy to use and also save its consumption. No Artificial Color added to it.
Corn / Solam / Maize
Corn is considered as a vegetable but it is actually a grain, rich in fiber, minerals, vitamins & antioxidants.
Black Urad Dal
Urad dal, also known as Split Black Gram, used in the southern part of Asia, especially in India.
Urad dal is very nutritious and is also used in ayurvedic medicine.
Turmeric is a spice that comes from the turmeric plant. It is commonly used in Asian food. You probably know turmeric as the main spice in curry.
Turmeric is one of the most prized condiments in your spice cabinet. It is often used in Indian curries to add a bright yellowish-orange hue but it also works as an effective and natural beauty ingredient.
Barley powder is actually one of the oldest consumed grains in the world. Barley is a plant. Barley is a member of the grass family. The grain of barley is used to make medicine.
Dry Mango Powder
Dry Mango Powder is the tasty and savory Mango powder is now available to enhance the taste of the dishes you prepare using this. Popularly known as Amchur Powder, perfect for mild sourness and flavor to the dishes.
Brown eye - Pods vary in color from green to lavender and have a wide range of lengths. The immature seeds, when cooked, are a medium to dark brown color, very tender, and have a delicate flavor.
Pearl millet is the most widely grown type of millet and India is the largest producer of pearl millet. Consumption of pearl millets helps in minimizing the risk of type 2 diabetes.
Bengal gram seeds are small and dark and have a rough coat. India is one of the leading countries in cultivating Bengal gram. Our days are organic and grown without using pesticides & GMOs.
Clay - These are generally older varieties that are medium to dark brown in color and kidney-shaped. They are no longer commonly grown.
White acre - The peas are kidney-shaped with a blunt end. This type is a semi-crowder, generally tan in color and somewhat small. Pods are quite stiff.
Garam Masala Powder
Garam masala is a blend of ground spices used extensively in Indian cuisine. Garam means “hot” or “heating” and masala means “spice blend”.The spices for garam masala are usually toasted to bring out more flavor and aroma, and then ground.
Coriander powder has a flavor which combines sage & lemon, with a sweet note as an undertone. It is a cooling spice. The Greek and the Romans thought it to be an aphrodisiac.
Cardamom Powder is one of the world’s very ancient spices. It is native to the East originating in the forests of the western ghats in southern India, where it grows wild.
Indian cardamom is known in two main varieties: Malabar cardamom and Mysore cardamom.
Cinnamon powder is very high amounts of to experience any dangerous side effects.
Cocoa Powder is made by crushing cocoa beans and removing the fat or cocoa butter. Today, coco is most famous for its role in chocolate production.
Moringa Powder is also used to reduce swelling, prevent pregnancy, boost the immune system, and increase breast milk production. Some people use it as a tonic or nutritional supplement.
Black Pepper Powder
Use black Pepper Powder in anything and everything! Black peppercorns are moderately hot, pungent, and super aromatic. It is popularly used in gravy.
Cumin Powder is a variety of cumin with a different flavor, has its origins in North India, Iran, and Egypt, and is grown in Kashmir, Iran, and Pakistan.
White Pepper Powder
White Pepper Powder has an earthy and creamy flavor that is also spicy and fiery. They’re much less pungent than the black variety because these fully mature berries are soaked in water to remove the skins.
Wheat is one of the most versatile grains when it comes to nutritional value and health. It can be found all over the world and is very easy to incorporate in your daily diet.
Whole wheat is high in fiber, but refined wheat contains virtually no fiber.
Pearl Millet / Kaattu Kambu
Pearl millet is a rich source of phosphorus, which plays an important part in the structure of body cells.
Being a good source of magnesium, millets act as a cofactor in a number of enzymatic reactions.
The state of Karnataka is the largest producer of ragi in India.
Finger millet originated in East Africa and came to India around. Ragi is very popular as an infant and toddler food.
Store the millets in an airtight container in a cool, dry and dark place, where it will keep for several months.
Little Millet / Saamai
Little Millets seeds are smaller than other millets, like foxtail millet, little millet also high in Iron content, high in fiber like Kodo and has high antioxidant activity.
It helps in diabetes and diseases related to stomach.
Foxtail Millet / Thinai
Foxtail or Italian millet is one of those forgotten grains that were a part of ancient Tamil culture. Millets are a natural source of protein and iron. It is famously called as FoxTail millet around the world.
Thinai Maavu is one of the very few sweets with high health benefits.