Ragi / Finger Millet (Unpolished) - 500g

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Ragi 500g / Finger Millet

Amazing Benefits:

  • Helps in Controlling Diabetes
  • Loaded with Calcium
  • Reverts Skin Ageing
  • Battles Anemia
  • Relaxes the Body
  • Helps in Weight Loss
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Finger millet is generally referred to as Ragi (in Kannada, Telugu and Hindi, Tamil), Mandua in Hindi, Kodra (Himachal Pradesh), Mandia (Oriya) and Taidalu (Telangana).

A healthy lifestyle always should begin with the consumption of finger millets in a bowl say, experts.

Buy Ragi online from Standard brand at the best price & fresh quality. Ragi is also known as Finger millet

So, what's worth your attention? Ragi has identified to have the largest amount of calcium of all millets. It's a dietary staple in our country, and you can find it in supermarkets every time! Why?

The most remarkable thing is that they have been cultivated all year round and are prone to drought. They can grow in the poorest soils with little rainfall.

Why isn't it so popular? They were sidelined due to the government's lack of recognition because they proactively pushed rice and wheat into the public distribution system. But fortunately, people are waking up for their rich medical advantages.

The best way to improve your health is to add millets in your diet without any doubt cuz they are worth it! Ask any fitness enthusiast and they will worship their benefits!

Ragi Price & Specifications

Product Name:Ragi
Quantity:500 GM
GST / Tax:64.00 (Price Inclusive of all Taxes)
Ingredient Type:Vegetarian
Specialty:No Preservatives, No Genetic Engineering
Place of Origin:Madurai, TamilNadu - India
Storage Instructions:Store in a cool & dry place
Item Package Quantity:500 GM /1 KG / 3 KG / 10 KG
Certification:FSSAI No 12419012000177
Maximum Shelf Life:3 - 4 Weeks
Processing Type: Fresh Ragi
Added Preservatives:No
Highlights:1. 100% Pure & 100% Natural
2. No Chemicals, No Preservations
3. Gluten-free and a staple in South India.

Ragi Meaning / Regional Names of Ragi

Scientific Name:Eleusine coracana
Finger Millet in English:Finger Millet
Finger Millet in Tamil:Kapai/ kezhvaragu/ aariyam
Finger Millet in Malayalam:Panjapule
Finger Millet in Telugu:Velu / ragi chodi
Finger Millet in Kannada:Beralu ragi
Finger Millet in Hindi:Ragi

What Is Special About Standard Finger Millets / Ragi?

Being one of the best millet sellers in Tamil Nadu, we are experienced in the sourcing of millets from our vast network of millets cultivation farmers. The hygienically cultivated millets are directly brought from the farmer's gate and no artificial flavours, preservatives are added. We deliver the millets with high-quality packaging which delivers freshness along with it. 

When you need pure quality millet at a reasonable price, there's no need to look elsewhere. Our Standard Cold pressed Oil team can help you with a bulk order of millets too!


Finger Millet, also called Ragi is a significant millet commonly cultivated in different regions of India and Africa. Its scientific name is Eleusine Coracana.

Ragi (finger millet) is mainly widely consumed in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.

It is a good source of proteins, carbohydrates, dietary fibre and minerals.

Compared to all other millets, finger millets have the highest amount of calcium and potassium. It is also loaded with amino acids sectors tryptophan, leucine, isoleucine and trypsin.

 Nature And Taste

Ragi usually has a bland taste which many people do not appreciate. food experts recommend that it is better to roast ragi before adding it in food which gives food a nutty flavour and tastes good. It has a pale pinkish colour which develops into a deep red-brown scale.

It is made into Dosa, roti, cutlets, porridges, adai,upma and can be consumed as a weight loss drink too!

Health Benefits

Rich source of calcium

Finger millets are a rich source of calcium which helps to strengthen bone health in adults and growing children. They also help to prevent the risk of developing osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis and symptoms like joint pains etc.

Keeps Anaemia At Bay

Finger millet is a rich source of iron which helps to prevent iron deficiency and keeps Anaemia at bay. the help to increase the production of red blood cells which further increases haemoglobin. This helps is the transport of oxygen throughout the body and prevents iron deficiency diseases.

No Anxiety

Experiencing disturbed sleep? Regular consumption of finger millet at moderate level helps you to decrease anxiety, and treat depression. This also helps to prevent migraines and headaches.

Good For Mothers


Regular consumption of ragi millets is good for lactating mothers. As they contain three times the calcium present in milk, they help to increase the production of milk and also can treat menstrual cramps and mood swings etc.

Prevents Diabetes

Millets prevent diabetes is no secret! As well as containing hire fibre content in rice and wheat, it helps to control blood sugar levels in diabetics. Finger millet is also one of the low glycemic index foods which have a lower ability to increase blood sugar levels.

 Prevents Hypertension

Finger millets also help to lower your blood sugar levels and prevent hypertension.

Prevents Heart Disease


Finger millets help to prevent the two major risk factors of heart disease which are diabetes and hypertension. also reduces the risk of developing heart disease and cardiovascular symptoms.

Treats Acne

Ragi is filled with tannins, which are plant compounds with anti-inflammatory properties. As a result, it helps to minimise wrinkles, blemishes and acne, in addition to wiping away dark spots and scars.


Common Question & Answer

1. Is Millets Good For Weight Loss?

 Millets are low in calories and high in fibre content. Apart from other carbohydrates like rice and wheat, millets help to keep your stomach fuller and reduce weight.

  2. Who Can Consume Millets?

  • People with iron deficiency
  • Elder with weak bone health
  • People with diabetes
  • People with hypertension
  • To improve eye vision.

3. How Can You Take Millets In A Moderate Amount?

 Millets can be consumed twice or thrice a week.

4. Who Should Not Consume Millets?

People with thyroid diseases

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