Conscious Food Organic Split Wheat Dalia - 200 gms

Conscious Food Organic Split Wheat Dalia - 200 gms

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Net Weight : 200 Gms

This food is very low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium. It is also a good source of dietary fibre, proteins, manganese and selenium.

We split this wheat in the chakki to bring you this naturally nutritious dhalia.

Conscious Food sources most of its products from small organic farms and farming communities all over the country. A rigorous check is maintained on quality, and stringent standards of hygiene are enforced at every stage, from the farm to the Conscious Food workshop in Mumbai, and from there on to the retail outlets. We are recognised by ECOCERT, an inspection and certification body for organic, fair trade and good agricultural practices (GAP), as an officially certified trading house.

Our workshop at Parel is certified by Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) which is a systematic preventive approach to food safety that addresses physical, chemical and biological hazards as a means of prevention, rather than finished product inspection. The system is used at all stages of food production and preparation processes including packaging, distribution, etc.

We are focused on providing 'employment with dignity' and give preference to under-privileged women for employment at our facilities at Parel, Mumbai.

Direction For Use : Use it to makes a great Tabouleh. For one portion porridge: Put three heaped tablespoons of dalia in a pan (preferably cast iron or steel). Roast it on medium flame, stirring constantly for two minutes with wooden spoon. Add half a cup of water and cook on low flame until mixture becomes soft porridge consistency. Add  Honey or Golden Sugar (B6) for a delicious and nutritious non-diary cereal breakfast. Add a dash of Conscious Salt if you want a non-sweet cereal. Alternately add soyamilk, fruits and/or nuts, but only if you are in the habit of eating such combinations. If not It is better for digestion to stick to simple food combinations.