Emmer Wheat Flour
Pounded by hand in southern Maharashtra.
The earliest evidence of Emmer wheat cultivation dates back millennia (6000 â€“ 5000 BC). Also known as khapli, popathiya, godhumalu, ravva and samba, this low-gluten, ancient grain is grown in small pockets in Maharashtra, coastal Saurashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
Place of Origin: Maharashtra, India
Organic | Ethically-sourced | Preservative-free
Why itâ€™s good for you
- Lowers blood glucose and lipid levels
- Rich in bio-actives and antioxidants
- High in protein, iron, dietary fibre, thiamine and a number of other B Vitamins.