Green millet, also known as bajra in India, is a gluten-free grain that belongs to the grass family. It is widely cultivated in Africa and Asia. The grain is small, round, and light green in color. It is rich in nutrients like iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and fiber, making it a healthy choice for inclusion in a balanced diet. Green millet is often used to make porridge, bread, and flatbreads, and it can also be ground into flour for various culinary uses. It has a mild, slightly nutty flavor and a chewy texture, adding a unique element to dishes


Millet , known as bajra in India, is a highly nutritious grain rich in protein, fiber, and essential minerals like phosphorous, magnesium, and iron. It’s a great source of energy and is used in various forms, including as food for humans and animals. It can be used to make bread, soup, biscuits, flour, porridge, and cakes. Green millet is a staple food in many parts of India and can be grown in hot and dry conditions where other crops struggle. It’s also used in brewing millet beer and as a base for distilled liquor in some cultures. Overall, green millet is a versatile and nutritious grain with a long history of human consumption.

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Country Of OriginIndia
Harvest PeriodKharif Crop (Nov/Dec): Rabi Crop (May/June)
ColorGreen / Yellow
 Shelf Life 12Months From Production Date
 Type Sortex Clean / Machine Clean 
 Purity 99.97%, 99.95%, & 99.90%
 Availablity Whole Year
 GMO StatusNot Genetically Modified
Packaging10 Kg , 22.68 Kg, 25 Kg Multiwall Paper Bags, 1 Mt Tote Bags
 Labeling Private Labeling As Per Buyers Need

Container Capacity

20 Feet
Quantity :20 MT
40 Feet
Quantity :25 MT

Benefits and Uses:

✓ It is commonly consumed as leavened or unleavened breads, porridge and khichdi.
✓ When processed into flour, it is used to prepare bajra rotlis, khakras, bhakri, stuffed parathas, muthias, dhoklas, chaklis, etc.
✓ These balls can be had the next morning with curds, onions and green chillies as a refreshing and nutritious breakfast.
✓ It is comparatively high in proteins and has a good balance of amino acids.
✓ Thus, it plays an important role in metabolism.
✓ It is a better source of iron than other grains.
✓ This ensures a good count of hemoglobin, avoiding symptoms of anemia etc.