Millet Flour Market: Introduction
Millets are small-seeded cereals that retain high nutritional qualities. They are available in various varieties and colors such as white, red, pale yellow and grey. They are superior to some highly consumed cereals grain such as wheat and rice when compared to their nutritional properties. Increasing promotion of millet flour across social media, food blogs etc.
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due to the health benefits associated with it makes it a popular healthy food in the global market. Millet flour is highly nutritious as it is a good source of protein, dietary fiber and essential amino acids. It is also rich in vitamins and mineral such as iron, zinc, vitamins, manganese, phosphorus, and magnesium. Millet flour find its application in sweet or savory baking due to its light and mild flavor. Millet flour is also used in many different ways such as, for making bread, flatbread (roti), in soups, etc. Its sweet, nutty flavor and excellent nutritional value make it a versatile ingredient for the baker. People who wish to avoid bread containing gluten, prefer the most logical substitute which is millet flour based bread instead of wheat bread, as gluten-free grain makes it easy for digestion and controls acidity.
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Millet Flour Market: Segmentation
The millet flour market can be segmented on the basis of product type, by nature, end use, application, and distribution channel. On the basis of product type, the millet flour market is segmented into various types such as pearl, finger, foxtail, and others. On the basis of end use, the millet flour market can be segmented into commercial use and household use. On the basis of application, the millet flour market can be segmented into bread making and bakery products. On the basis of nature, the millet flour market can be segmented into organic and conventional. On the basis of a distribution channel, the millet flour market can be segmented into direct sales and indirect sales. The indirect sales market can be further sub-segmented into the hypermarket, supermarket, convenience stores, online retailers and others.