• One of the oldest of all the cultivated millets.
  • Rich in dietary fiber, protein and low in fat.
  • Available in form of semolina, rice or fine textured flour.
  • Foxtail millets are non-acid forming foods, non glutinous and highly nutritious.
  • Have high amounts of phosphorus, potassium, iron, magnesium and calcium.
  • Can be cooked in many ways including porridge, breads, muffins, upma, salads, granola bars, or eaten as a substitute for rice.