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BARLEY DALIA 500 GM

Original price was: ₹100.0.Current price is: ₹70.0.

Induz Organic Barley Dalia is prepared from Organic Barley grains cultivated at organic farmlands without using any chemical pesticide or insecticide. So Induz Organic Barley Dalia is a nutritious, healthy & balanced organic breakfast with all the benefits locked inside. This Cereal is free from any type of added sugar or spice to add taste. B

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Induz Organic Barley Dalia is prepared from Organic Barley grains cultivated at organic farmlands without using any chemical pesticide or insecticide. So Induz Organic Barley Dalia is a nutritious, healthy & balanced organic breakfast with all the benefits locked inside. This Cereal is free from any type of added sugar or spice to add taste.

Benefits :

  • Induz Organic Barley Dalia is rich in fiber
  • reduces constipation; loaded with nutrients
  • a complete & balanced meal at a time.
  • Induz Organic Barley Dalia helps to reduce weight as it is very low in fat & calories;
  • low glycemic index – good for Diabetics.
Weight 500 kg

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Barley Dalia, a form of cracked barley, is considered sustainable and has a relatively low carbon footprint for several reasons: 1. Agricultural Efficiency Low Water Requirement: Barley requires less water compared to other staple crops like rice and wheat. This makes it more sustainable in terms of water usage, a critical factor in regions facing water scarcity  . Adaptability: Barley can grow in diverse climatic conditions and poor soils, reducing the need for intensive agricultural inputs such as fertilizers and pesticides, which contribute to greenhouse gas emissions . 2. Nutritional Benefits and Reduced Food Waste Whole Grain Utilization: Barley Dalia is made from whole grains, which means the entire grain is used without significant processing losses. This reduces food waste and maximizes the nutritional output per unit of cultivated land . 3. Energy-Efficient Processing Minimal Processing: Barley Dalia requires less energy-intensive processing compared to highly refined grains. The process of making Dalia involves simple milling, which consumes less energy and results in lower carbon emissions . 4. Lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions Methane and Nitrous Oxide: Compared to rice paddies that emit significant amounts of methane (a potent greenhouse gas), barley fields produce negligible methane emissions. Additionally, the lower fertilizer requirement for barley reduces nitrous oxide emissions, another potent greenhouse gas  . Carbon Sequestration: Barley fields can act as carbon sinks, sequestering carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and storing it in the soil. This contributes to reducing the overall carbon footprint of barley cultivation . 5. Local and Small-Scale Farming Support for Local Economies: Barley is often grown by small-scale farmers in various parts of the world. This supports local economies and reduces the carbon footprint associated with long-distance transportation of food products . Crop Rotation Benefits: Barley is often used in crop rotation systems, which help maintain soil health and reduce the need for chemical inputs. This practice not only supports sustainable agriculture but also lowers the carbon footprint of the entire agricultural system . References 1. "Water Use Efficiency in Agriculture: Measurement, Current Situation and Trends." [FAO](http://www.fao.org/3/y3918e/y3918e00.htm). 2. "Water and Agriculture: Growing Options for a Thirsty World." [UN Water](https://www.unwater.org/water-facts/agriculture). 3. "Barley Crop Guide." [Barley World](http://barleyworld.org/barley). 4. "Whole Grain Benefits." [Whole Grains Council](https://wholegrainscouncil.org/whole-grains-101/health-benefits-whole-grains). 5. "Energy Use in Food Processing." [USDA ERS](https://www.ers.usda.gov/webdocs/publications/41839/5737_efan0201_1_.pdf). 6. "Agriculture’s Impact on Greenhouse Gas Emissions." [EPA](https://www.epa.gov/agriculture/agricultures-greenhouse-gas-emissions). 7. "Mitigating Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Rice Production." [IRRI](https://www.irri.org/solutions/mitigating-greenhouse-gas-emissions-rice-production). 8. "Soil Carbon Sequestration." [FAO](http://www.fao.org/soils-portal/soil-management/soil-carbon-sequestration/en/). 9. "Local Food Systems: Concepts, Impacts, and Issues." [USDA](https://www.ers.usda.gov/webdocs/publications/42805/8276_err97.pdf?v=41055). 10. "Crop Rotation and Its Impact on Soil Health." [NRCS](https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/detail/soils/health/management/?cid=nrcs142p2_053600). These factors collectively contribute to the sustainability and low carbon footprint of Barley Dalia, making it an environmentally friendly food choice.

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