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Ready to eat! Store in airtight container between 10-20 degree C in cool, dry conditions away from sunlight Made of(Material): Ragi, Millet, Bajra, Honey, Almonds, Mango, Raisin Key Feature: High in Protein, Rich in Vitamins and Minerals, High in Fibre
Ready to eat! Dried Cranberries can be used in Snacks, Salads, Cereals, Granolas, Salads, Muffins, Baked Goods, Meal Replacement Bars and many more! Store in airtight container between 10-20 degree C in cool, dry conditions away from sunlight.
Give your baby cereal that is naturally sweetened with fruit! Rice cereal is among the most common first foods introduced to a weaning baby. One reason this is so because rice cereal is relatively bland and does not strong flavors that may overwhelm babies. Certifications: FSSAI : 12415012000670
Horse gram or kulthi is a grain that is used mainly in South India, but is still not as popular as other millets and grains like ragi or wheat. Horse gram is considered a highly nutritious food according to Ayurveda, and is believed to offer relief for common ailments like cold, fever and digestive issues.
Description: Our Pearl Millet Noodles are made of Bajra, also known as Kambu or Sajje. This is truly a wonder-millet, containing high amounts of essential nutrients. Pearl millet is very high in iron, containing about 8 times the amount found in rice! It is also the grain with the highest protein content as well as being a food that digests slowly,...
Kodo millet is a great example of how food can actually be not just for prevention, but for healing as well. Kodo millet, also known as varagu, is a wild grain that has so many medicinal benefits that it is referred to as a ‘nutraceutical’.
Some ailments tend to affect all members of a family, age no bar. One of the most common of these are related to digestion. In today’s age of processed food and hasty meals, our digestive systems bear the brunt, resulting in constipation.
For most people trying to lose weight, the most common suggestion is to lower their carbohydrate consumption, and load up on protein and veggies instead. But the problem with cutting carbs is that we end up feeling irritable and angry.
With the rise in lifestyle diseases, refined grains like maida and white rice are discouraged, and whole grains are promoted. Most of us don’t think beyond wheat and brown rice, but in the process we’re missing out on the magical health benefits of red rice!
Protein is known as the building block of the human body, and rightly so! It is all the more important for growing children, new Moms and the elderly, to ensure that their muscles stay healthy, their immune system is strong and that normal development takes place.
Introducing millets into a diet that’s used to only rice and wheat can be a little hard initially, especially for fussy eaters! But what if you could introduce not one or two, but five different millets in one go? With our Multi Millet Noodles, that’s exactly what you can do!
Go whole wheat with this kiddie favorite! Kids love noodles, maybe because of how slurpy they are! But plain refined noodles aren’t exactly healthy because they’re missing all the goodness of whole wheat noodles, which contain the bran, germ and endosperm parts of the grain.
A gluten free Bowl of goodness! In a world where everything is instant, Foxtail Millet comes as a welcome change. Made of complex carbohydrates, this millet releases energy very slowly, keeping you full for longer. This means that you don’t have cravings for unhealthy foods, and overeating is automatically prevented.
High fiber just got yummier! Oats is popular for its various health benefits, both among adults and children. Even young babies can benefit from this superfood. Oats contain more soluble fiber than any other grain and its protein content is equal in quantity to that of soy, meat, milk, and eggs.Certifications: FSSAI : 1241501200067
Get the benefits of whole grain and fruit in one dish! The first stage of weaning your baby is fairly simple, as most Moms offer a puree of a single fruit or vegetable or a single grain cereal. However, as your baby gets used to these, it’s time to mix things up and get her used to more complex flavors.
Go wholegrain for baby’s first food! People across the world have woken up to the benefits of whole grains and how they play a huge role in ensuring weight management and a lower risk of heart disease and diabetes.
Give your baby the organic version of a popular baby food! If there’s any food that every parent feeds their baby across the world, it’s likely to be oatmeal! While regular oatmeal is widely available, it’s best to feed babies a wholesome organic version like Little Moppet Foods’ Organic Oatmeal.
Give your baby a fiber-rich cereal with barley! Barley is a grain that has been used in India traditionally, but eventually gave way to the more popular rice and wheat. However, the popularity of barley is back on the rise, as people realize what they’re what they’re missing out on!
Perfect First Food for Babies. For generations, a baby’s first food is usually understood to be rice cereal and for good reason! Starting solids for your baby with rice cereal has much less risk of an allergic reaction. Little Moppet Food’s Organic Rice Cereal is also super convenient for busy Moms, since it cooks very fast and you have a healthy meal for...
The world’s most popular breakfast is now super quick too! Oats is probably a breakfast item that’s popular across the world. Of course, one reason is that it’s got loads of health benefits, but it’s also because it’s easy and quick to prepare on busy mornings.