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Our Mission Vision

To create an environment that will foster the entrepreneurial spirit among women and youth through consultancy, research, training, promotion, and incubation in high-tech technologies or ideas thereby promoting innovation and knowledge-based entrepreneurship in processing and value addition of millets leading to self-employment, creation of wealth and social values.

 

To provide and create a congenial situation for  potential entrepreneurs and graduating startups so  as to transfer knowledge and innovations into the creation of successful entrepreneurs in millets  processing, value addition, and commercialization

Instant Mixes

In the modern days where life is at a fast pace with the time very valuable to every person, "Instant Foods" play an important role in everyone's day-to-day life.
Instant and ready to reconstitute foods have become well-established products in western countries. It is the need of the hour to develop traditional foods like convenience foods and IIMR has carried out research in developing sorghum-based instant mixes described, hereunder.

The Bakery Products

Now a day’s individuals have virtually no time to invest much in making breakfast it is the cookie, bread/bun, cake, etc., which had occurred instead of other sorts of stuff. Consumers prefer healthy products to conventional foods, hence are these days showing preference to millet-based bakery foods.
Millets were incorporated in different variations from 10% to 50% levels to standardize cookies (100%), bread/bun (50%), and cake (100%) by replacing refined wheat flour or using 100% millet flour at IIMR.
It is the need of the hour to develop bakery foods like convenience foods and IIMR has carried out research in developing millet-based RTE bakery foods described, hereunder.

What are millets?

  • 1. Jowar or Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor)
    Sorghum is adapted to warm and dry climate but the greatest area of the crop is cultivated in drought-prone areas of the world. Benefits – Gluten free, Rich in Fiber,
    Controls Blood Sugar Levels, High Protein, Full of Iron, Good for Bone Health & Weight Loss.
  • Bajra or Pearl millet (Pennisetum typhoides)
    Medicinal Use of Pearl Millet
    1. Anaemia – Help in increasing Hb
    2. High iron content (8mg/100g)
    3. High Zinc content (3.1mg/100g)
    4. High fiber (1.2g/100g)
    5. Anti cancer property – Inhibit tumour development.
    6. Diabetes – Dealing with diabetes Has Low glycemic index
    7. Celiac – Anti Allergic, Gluten free
    8. Diarrhea – Probiotic treatment. Contain Lactic acid bacteria.
    9. NCDs – Inhibits DNA scission, LDL cholesterol, liposome oxidation and proliferation of
    HT-29 adenocarcinoma Cells. Contains Flavonoids, phenolics Omega 3 fatty acids.
    10. large amount phosphorus helps in bone growth.
  • Ragi or Finger millet (Eleusine coracana)
    The small, deep red grain is a rich source of nutrients, including protein, fiber, iron, calcium, etc. It is also gluten free and low in fat that is mainly unsaturated. All these make it one of the healthiest millets in the world.
    1. Reduces the risk of diabetes due to its high dietary fiber and polyphenol content.
    2. It also has low glycemic index, making it ideal for snacking and protecting against blood sugar spikes.
    3. Contains large amounts of fiber and tryptophan; both reduce hunger pangs.
    4.Has cholesterol reduction properties, which make it an ideal food for a healthy heart and circulatory system.
    5. Contains three amino acids – lecithin, methionine and threonine which protect against the formation of plaque within blood vessels and deposition of excess fat in the liver, thereby protecting against hypertension, stroke and other circulatory problems.
    6. Antioxidants in finger millet such as tryptophan help to induce relaxation by eliminating free radicals within the bloodstream.
    7. Richest plant sources of calcium. It also contains vitamin D.

8. Finger millet sprouts are rich in readily-absorbed iron that helps in blood formation and treatment of anemia.
9. The rich antioxidant profile including flavonoids, tannins and phenolic acids has made finger millet an anti-cancer food.

  • Kangni or Foxtail millet (Setaria italica)
    1. Foxtail millet is a versatile grain that is super good for everyone and a fantastic source of calcium, magnesium, B-vitamins, and other vital nutrients.
    Foxtail millet also has vitamins like carotene, Thiamine (Vitamin B1), Niacin, and minerals like magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, chlorine, and Zinc in traces.
  • Kutki or sama or Little millet (Panicum miliare)Little millet is a low glycemic index food, which is a good source of slow-digesting carbohydrates and dietary fiber. It takes longer for glucose to enter the bloodstream and hence blood sugar levels are stable. This proves to be beneficial for diabetics who have to control the rapid rise and decline of glucose in the blood.
  • Kodo millet (Paspalum scrobiculatum)
    Beneficial for postmenopausal women suffering from signs of cardiovascular disease, like high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels.
    Kodo Millet helps hydrate your colon to keep your system regular and keep you from being constipated.
    Kodo Millet helps in controlling Blood sugar and Cholesterol.
  • Jhangora or Sawan or Barnyard millet (Echinochloa frumentacea)
    Barnyard millet is a good source of highly digestible protein and at the same time is the least caloric dense compared to all other cereals. It is a grain that makes one feel light and energetic after consumption.
  • Cheena or Proso millet (Panicum miliaceum)
    Rich source of starch, trace elements, dietary fiber, and vitamins. Seeds also contain components with healing benefits, which decrease the level of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol in the blood and injury to the liver. Phenolic compounds like antioxidants and beta-glucans are present, too.
  • Korale or Brown top millet (Brachiaria ramosum)
    It is gluten-free and rich in nutrients that are essential for the body. It is an incredibly useful source of natural fiber as compared to other food grains.
    Brown Top Millet comprises 12.5% fiber, which acts as a medicine to deal with several lifestyle diseases.
    Consumption of Brown Top Millet regularly leads to a lower risk of cardiovascular diseases, duodenal ulcers, and hyperglycemia or diabetes.

What are millets?

1. Jowar or Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor)
Sorghum is adapted to warm and dry climate but the greatest area of the crop is cultivated in drought-prone areas of the world. Benefits – Gluten free, Rich in Fiber,
Controls Blood Sugar Levels, High Protein, Full of Iron, Good for Bone Health & Weight Loss.
Bajra or Pearl millet (Pennisetum typhoides)
Medicinal Use of Pearl Millet –
1. Anaemia - Help in increasing Hb
2. High iron content (8mg/100g)
3. High Zinc content (3.1mg/100g)
4. High fiber (1.2g/100g)
5. Anti cancer property - Inhibit tumour development.
6. Diabetes - Dealing with diabetes Has Low glycemic index
7. Celiac - Anti Allergic, Gluten free
8. Diarrhea - Probiotic treatment. Contain Lactic acid bacteria.
9. NCDs - Inhibits DNA scission, LDL cholesterol, liposome oxidation and proliferation of
HT-29 adenocarcinoma Cells. Contains Flavonoids, phenolics Omega 3 fatty acids.
10. large amount phosphorus helps in bone growth.
Ragi or Finger millet (Eleusine coracana)
The small, deep red grain is a rich source of nutrients, including protein, fiber, iron, calcium, etc. It is also gluten free and low in fat that is mainly unsaturated. All these make it one of the healthiest millets in the world.
1. Reduces the risk of diabetes due to its high dietary fiber and polyphenol content.
2. It also has low glycemic index, making it ideal for snacking and protecting against blood sugar spikes.
3. Contains large amounts of fiber and tryptophan; both reduce hunger pangs.
4.Has cholesterol reduction properties, which make it an ideal food for a healthy heart and circulatory system.
5. Contains three amino acids – lecithin, methionine and threonine which protect against the formation of plaque within blood vessels and deposition of excess fat in the liver, thereby protecting against hypertension, stroke and other circulatory problems.
6. Antioxidants in finger millet such as tryptophan help to induce relaxation by eliminating free radicals within the bloodstream.
7. Richest plant sources of calcium. It also contains vitamin D.

What are millets?

8. Finger millet sprouts are rich in readily-absorbed iron that helps in blood formation and
treatment of anemia.
9. The rich antioxidant profile including flavonoids, tannins and phenolic acids has made
finger millet an anti-cancer food.

Kangni or Foxtail millet (Setaria italica)
1. Foxtail millet is a versatile grain that is super good for everyone and a fantastic source
of calcium, magnesium, B-vitamins, and other vital nutrients.
Foxtail millet also has vitamins like carotene, Thiamine (Vitamin B1), Niacin, and minerals
like magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, chlorine, and Zinc in traces.
Kutki or sama or Little millet (Panicum miliare)
Little millet is a low glycemic index food, which is a good source of slow-digesting
carbohydrates and dietary fiber. It takes longer for glucose to enter the bloodstream
and hence blood sugar levels are stable. This proves to be beneficial for diabetics who
have to control the rapid rise and decline of glucose in the blood.
Kodo millet (Paspalum scrobiculatum)
Beneficial for postmenopausal women suffering from signs of cardiovascular disease,
like high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels.
Kodo Millet helps hydrate your colon to keep your system regular and keep you from
being constipated.
Kodo Millet helps in controlling Blood sugar and Cholesterol.
Jhangora or Sawan or Barnyard millet (Echinochloa frumentacea)
Barnyard millet is a good source of highly digestible protein and at the same time is the
least caloric dense compared to all other cereals. It is a grain that makes one feel light
and energetic after consumption.
Cheena or Proso millet (Panicum miliaceum)
Rich source of starch, trace elements, dietary fiber, and vitamins. Seeds also contain
components with healing benefits, which decrease the level of low-density lipoprotein
cholesterol in the blood and injury to the liver. Phenolic compounds like antioxidants
and beta-glucans are present, too.
Korale or Brown top millet (Brachiaria ramosum)
It is gluten-free and rich in nutrients that are essential for the body. It is an incredibly
useful source of natural fiber as compared to other food grains.
Brown Top Millet comprises 12.5% fiber, which acts as a medicine to deal with several
lifestyle diseases.
Consumption of Brown Top Millet regularly leads to a lower risk of cardiovascular
diseases, duodenal ulcers, and hyperglycemia or diabetes.

1. Jowar or Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor)

What are millets?

1. Jowar or Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor)
Sorghum is adapted to warm and dry climate but the greatest area of the crop is cultivated in drought-prone areas of the world. Benefits – Gluten free, Rich in Fiber,
Controls Blood Sugar Levels, High Protein, Full of Iron, Good for Bone Health & Weight Loss.
Bajra or Pearl millet (Pennisetum typhoides)
Medicinal Use of Pearl Millet –
1. Anaemia - Help in increasing Hb
2. High iron content (8mg/100g)
3. High Zinc content (3.1mg/100g)
4. High fiber (1.2g/100g)
5. Anti cancer property - Inhibit tumour development.
6. Diabetes - Dealing with diabetes Has Low glycemic index
7. Celiac - Anti Allergic, Gluten free
8. Diarrhea - Probiotic treatment. Contain Lactic acid bacteria.
9. NCDs - Inhibits DNA scission, LDL cholesterol, liposome oxidation and proliferation of
HT-29 adenocarcinoma Cells. Contains Flavonoids, phenolics Omega 3 fatty acids.
10. large amount phosphorus helps in bone growth.
contains vitamin D.

Bakery Products Recipes

Eat Millets - Stay Healthy

Process flow chart for production of Millets Cookies

Flour (Ragi/ Foxtail/Pearl: Wheat)

Sugar, Milk Solids, Salt Flavouring

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Planetary Mixer

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 Automatic Cookie Machine Collection of Cookies

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 Rotary Oven

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Cooling

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 Packaging

Process flow chart for production Millet Bread / Bun

Ragi/Foxtail/Pearl Flour, Wheat  Add Yeast

Add Free Fat, Salt and Sugar

Dough Kneading

Panning

Proofing

Knock Backing  

Shaping 

Baking 

Depanning 

Cooling 

Slicing

Packaging

Process flow chart for production of Millets Cake

Add fat, sugar, and eggs

Whisk till creamy consistency

Add Sorghum/Pearl millet / Finger  millet or Foxtail millet flour

Add chocolate/vanilla essence

Put in a baking mold lined with  parchment paper

Bake in oven Drying at 180 Degree  Centigrade for 25 min

Cool and Pack

Process flow chart for production of Millets Pizza base

Wheat Flour

Sieving

Add Sugar, Fat, Yeast & Egg

Add Flavour

Kneading

Add Water

Rolling and Sheeting

  Baking

  Cooling

  Cutting

Packaging

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