Everything you need to know about Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet | 2021
This review helps Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet consumers to know about the price, ingredients, nutrition, pros and cons of Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet, etc.
This is a vegetarian product
Some More Millet Cookies
Some More Foods Pvt Ltd
4 months from manufacture date
Ingredients in Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet:
Foxtail Millet, Finger Millet, Kodo Millet, Little Millet, Barnyard Millet, Proso Millet, Pearl Millet, Brown Top Millet, Coconut Powder, Sprouted Sorghum, Black Gram, Bengal Gram, Moong Dhal, Tapioca, Natural Jaggery, Vegetable Oils and Salt.
Nutritional Information: (Typical Values)
Per 100 g
- Gluten free.
- Made with 9 Nutritious Grains.
- Made with Natural Jaggery.
- Free from Gluten, Wheat, White Sugar, Baking Powder, Artificial Colour, Artificial Flavour, Ammonia, Preservatives.
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CrunchyTalk's Information about Some More Millet Cookies - Multi Millet:
Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet is Gluten free millet cookies. Millet is conventionally used to bake breads (fermented and non-fermented) and make porridge. Consuming Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet is another way to incorporate millet into your diet. Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet is available in a 90 g pack.
How was Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet delivered from Amazon?
Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet is not available on Amazon.
Tip for online grocery consumers: Make sure to check the below noted points as soon as you get the parcel,
- Expiry date/manufacturing date
- Storage conditions
- whether the pack is puffed or leaked
Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet Unboxing:
The Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet pack holds about 90 g of Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet.
Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet’s Ingredients in Depth:
Brown Top Millet
Additives in Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet
Does Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet fit in your diet?
Low Sugar (Not Mentioned)
Low Sodium (Not Mentioned)
Transfat Free (Not Mentioned)
Nutrition – Intake Level:
Amount present in Per Serve
Covers about (what)% of RDA
(These three nutrients are to be limited in our diet and also these are what we need to make note/count while consuming food products. All the above values are not mentioned on the pack and Per serve is also not recommended.)
- No added Colours and Flavours.
- No added Preservatives.
- Contains Natural ingredients.
- It is Maida free.
- Available online (www.somemorefoods.com).
- Made with Multi-millets.
- Per serve is not recommended.
- Not easily available in local shops.
- Not available in main e-commerce sites.
- Sodium value is not mentioned.
- Sugar value is not listed in the nutritional information.
- Type of oil used for making the millets is not mentioned.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Some More Foods Pvt Ltd is the manufacturer of Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet.
Yes, Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet is gluten free.
No. There is no artificial colour, flavour or preservative added in Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet.
Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet is available only in the net quantity of 90 g.
The price of Some More Millet Cookies – Multi Millet 90 g pack is Rs. 55.
Both Sugar and Jaggery are made from sugarcane juice but they are processed differently. After initial boiling, the sugarcane syrup is treated with charcoal, then the solution is condensed and crystalized and hence Sugar is obtained. The sugarcane syrup is boiled for several hours to produce a thick paste which is then placed in a mould to get a firm shape, thus Jaggery is obtained.
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Initially after opening the pack I sensed a unique aroma and it was like a combination of flour used in health mix and sweet. The cookies appeared like a normal cookie and they were slightly over-baked. They were not easily breakable. Those cookies were small and good. The colour of the cookies was caramel brown and the whole cookie had the same colour. Then I started to eat the cookies. They were very hard to bite. The cookies were less crunchy and were sticky. The cookies had the taste of millet and something burnt. The cookies were hard to chew but they had a good taste and were good to eat. They were less sweet and it was like mixing flour and eating. Children may find it difficult to eat as it was hard as compared to other biscuits. This 90 g pack contains 13 cookies and its cost is Rs. 55. Overall the cookies were good. Let us know in the comments about your taste experience.
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