Pallavan Exports


USD 1.16-1.56 Per Kilogram
Payment Type
On Enquiry
Country Name
5 Ton Per Week
Posted On
12 Oct 2018
Min Order Quantity
1000 Kilogram
Delivery Time
200gms,500gms,1kg and 25kg bulk packing
One year from the date of manufacturing

India is the largest producers of millets. We supply Major millets like Pearl millet, Finger millet, Sorghum.Minor millets like Barnyard millet, Kodo millet, Foxtail millet and little millet.

Pearl millet

Its a great body coolant. It is consumed as porridge during summer. It helps to improve the digestion power & heals stomach ulcers too. It helps to improve bowel movements & prevents constipation.

Finger millet

Finger millet is a cereal grass grown mostly for its grain. Finger millet is a robust, tufted, tillering annual grass, up to 170 cm high. The inflorescence is a panicle with 4-19 finger-like spikes that resembles a fist when mature, hence the name finger millet.


Sorghum ranks third in the major food grain crops in India, whereas it is the fourth foodgrains of the world. Millions of people in Africa and Asia depend on sorghum as the staple food. In addition, the fodder and stover is fed to millions of animals providing milk and meat for man.

Barnyard Millets

Barnyard Millets have been neglected despite their nutritive value and therapeutic use. Barnyard millet is one of the underutilized nutritious minor millet. In developing countries like India with increasing urbanization, the demand for processed food is increasing popularly.

Kodo millet

Kodo millet, one of the ancient grains of the world, originated from Africa and domesticated in India few thousand years ago is a draught resistant plant. This millet crop is grown in arid and semi-arid regions of African and Asian countries. In India, Kodo millet grown mostly in the Deccan region and the cultivation extends to the foothills of Himalayas.

Foxtail millet

Foxtail millet is an annual grass grown for human food. It is the second-most widely planted species of millet, and the most important in East Asia. It has the longest history of cultivation among the millets, having been grown in India since antiquity.

Little millet

This species of cereal is similar in habit to the proso millet except that it is smaller. It is an annual her baceous plant, which grows straight or with folded blades to a height of 30 cm to 1 m. The leaves are linear, with the sometimes hairy laminae and membranous hairy ligules. Little Millet is cooked like rice. Sometimes the millet is also milled and baked. The protein content of the grain is 7.7%.

packing 200g,500gBulk packing-24kg

5kg,10kg,25kg,50kg-pp woven sack