An ancient grain, millet is higher in protein than rice, corn or oats, and is an excellent source of fiber, vitamins and minerals, particularly iron. The nutrition-focused consumer appreciates the phytochemicals in millet that may lower cholesterol and reduce cancer risk. Food companies appreciate millet’s diversity as an ingredient in cereals, breads, soups and stuffing mixes. With a mild nut-like flavor, it can be puffed for breakfast cereal.
Hulled millet – Ready to use; non-GMO