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Pristine Organics Beginnings Organic Ragi Flakes, 300g


Beginnings – Organic Ragi Flakes


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  • Healthy breakfast cereal
  • Made from organic ingredients
  • High in dietary fibre
  • Enriched with vitamins
  • Gluten-free

Weight: 300 Gram

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Kick start your day with Beginnings organic ragi flakes made from the whole ragi. Add it to a cup of plain milk or yoghurt with some chopped fruits and treat yourself to a nutritious diet. If you are looking for a delicious breakfast option, then Beginnings organic ragi flakes are the best choice for you. Beginnings organic ragi flakes also known as finger millet flakes are made from the whole ragi, grown and processed organically – and therefore free from fertilisers, chemicals, and additives. You can easily make your breakfast porridge with the ragi flakes and enjoy a delicious and fulfilling breakfast. It takes just a few minutes to prepare and doubles as the nutritious go-to snack while keeping your calories in check. Enjoy a bowlful of healthy organic ragi flakes with the goodness of almonds and raisins, and get the much-needed energy to kick start your day.

Ragi, one of the most loved millets, that has evolved through centuries is packed with all the essential nutrients that provide wholesome nutrition. Enriched with the goodness of protein and free from gluten, ragi provides us enough dietary fibre and essential amino acids.

Enjoy the great natural flavor of ragi with all the advantages of organic farming.

The staple food of ancient India was millet, not rice. Millet is high in fibre, rich in essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, naturally gluten-free, alkaline, non-allergenic, and easily digestible. A low glycemic index makes them an ideal rice substitute, good for cholesterol, diabetes, and weight loss.

Finger millet or Ragi has the highest calcium content among millets and grows easily in arid areas. Often referred to as an anti-diabetic grain, it has high fibre content also checks constipation, cholesterol, and intestinal cancer.

Nutrient Per 100g
Energy 366 kcal
Protein 7 g
Carbohydrates 82 g
Sugar 0.0 g
Dietary Fibre 17.0 g
Fat 1.2 g


Organic Ragi Flour, Organic Guava Powder, Organic Papaya Powder, Vitamins, Ferric Pyrophosphate and Salt.

Directions for use:

Can be had with hot or cold milk, soya milk or fruit juice – add chopped fruit & nuts as you wish.

Storage conditions:

Store in a cool and dry place. After opening the pack keep the contents in an airtight container.

Shelf life:

Best before 9 months from the date of manufacture

Weight 300 g


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Organic cereals can be considered more sustainable than conventional cereals for several reasons:

  1. Reduced use of pesticides and fertilizers: Organic farming avoids the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, which can harm the environment and can also have negative impacts on human health. Instead, organic farming uses natural methods to control pests and fertilize the crops.

  2. Soil conservation: Organic farming practices prioritize soil health, using techniques such as crop rotation, cover cropping, and composting to maintain and improve soil fertility and prevent erosion.

  3. Water conservation: Organic farming can also help conserve water by promoting practices like drip irrigation and rainwater harvesting.

  4. Reduced greenhouse gas emissions: Organic farming typically requires less energy and emits fewer greenhouse gases than conventional farming. This is because it avoids the use of synthetic fertilizers, which require a lot of energy to produce and transport.

  5. Support for local communities: Organic farming often supports local communities, as it typically involves smaller-scale, independent farmers who sell their products directly to local markets.

However, it's important to note that organic farming is not a panacea for all sustainability issues. Organic farming can have lower yields than conventional farming, which can lead to increased land use and potentially higher greenhouse gas emissions if more land is needed to produce the same amount of food. Additionally, organic farming may not be accessible or feasible for all farmers, especially those in developing countries.

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