Ragi Nei biscuit – ராகி நெய் பிஸ்கட்

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Ragi Nei biscuit – ராகி நெய் பிஸ்கட்

(49 customer reviews)

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Ragi is rich in calcium even more than egg and milk.

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Product Native : Home made fresh Finger Millet (Ragi) Ghee Biscuit from Coimbatore, TamilNadu (India)

Specialty: In Tamil tradition there were set of grains that are classified as Small Millets (Sirudhaniyangal). Mostly these millets will be cultivated as Kattu Vellamai (The plants will grow using rain without irrigation or any manual cultivation methods). Because of this the Small Millets (Sirudhaniyangal) still retain its historical values.

Ragi (Finger Millet) is usally the first stable food that people in TamilNadu will start for their kids. As it is easy to digest it is provided in form of Kanji, Powder, Paal Mavu to kids. As it is very rich in Calcium it is very good for women. It is very much important to limit the usage of Rice and wheat in order add Millets like Kambu as part of our diet. Ragi (Finger Millet) can be made as Koozh, Kali, Milk Powder etc. but easiest way to get this added to our Kids diet is by making it as tasty Biscuits. Thus we bring in the naturally made biscuits without any artificial ingredients.

This Ragi (Finger Millet) Biscuit is made at home with original butter and all natural ingredients. With grand flavorful taste this could be the most nutritional food for theh kids and grown ups.

Ingredients : Ragi (Finger Millet), Jaggery (Vellam), Butter (Vennei), Cardamom (Aelakkai),wheat

Taste : Sweet

Allergy Warning: NA

Nature of the Food: Crispy Sweet

Best Suited For: Kids, Health sweet lovers

ShelfLife: 40 days.

“No Gluten, No Artificial flavors or colorings, No Additives or Preservatives”

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Product Native : Home made fresh Finger Millet (Ragi) Ghee Biscuit from Coimbatore, TamilNadu (India)

Specialty: In Tamil tradition there were set of grains that are classified as Small Millets (Sirudhaniyangal). Mostly these millets will be cultivated as Kattu Vellamai (The plants will grow using rain without irrigation or any manual cultivation methods). Because of this the Small Millets (Sirudhaniyangal) still retain its historical values.

Ragi (Finger Millet) is usally the first stable food that people in TamilNadu will start for their kids. As it is easy to digest it is provided in form of Kanji, Powder, Paal Mavu to kids. As it is very rich in Calcium it is very good for women. It is very much important to limit the usage of Rice and wheat in order add Millets like Kambu as part of our diet. Ragi (Finger Millet) can be made as Koozh, Kali, Milk Powder etc. but easiest way to get this added to our Kids diet is by making it as tasty Biscuits. Thus we bring in the naturally made biscuits without any artificial ingredients.

This Ragi (Finger Millet) Biscuit is made at home with original butter and all natural ingredients. With grand flavorful taste this could be the most nutritional food for theh kids and grown ups.

Ingredients : Ragi (Finger Millet), Jaggery (Vellam), Butter (Vennei), Cardamom (Aelakkai),wheat

Taste : Sweet

Allergy Warning: NA

Nature of the Food: Crispy Sweet

Best Suited For: Kids, Health sweet lovers

ShelfLife: 40 days.

“No Gluten, No Artificial flavors or colorings, No Additives or Preservatives”

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49 reviews for Ragi Nei biscuit – ராகி நெய் பிஸ்கட்

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