Why Millet Should Take On Quinoa - Super Grain Versus Mother Grain: The Quint

Do you know that in a country like India, with immense diversity in food cultures, millets are the staple food for some communities and entirely unknown among others? There are efforts being made to resuscitate this amazing grain! Apart from the health benefits in the offering, millets’ revival also reflects a contemporary zeitgeist towards sustainability and return to traditional habits.

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From Play To Sleep To Nutrition, These 8 Women Entrepreneurs Are Solving The Everyday Challenges Of Motherhood: Your Story

This article features women entrepreneurs who have devised unique solutions to address unique challenges related to motherhood. These include designing fashionable maternity wear, affordable and environment-friendly cloth diapers, nutritious baby food sans preservatives, safe and natural sanitary products, to creating forums for mothers to connect and engage on relevant topics, safe and engaging toys, and more. Here are some fantastic stories of women who have made the journey simple for both parents and their children.

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Rise Of Millets: Mail Today

It was a random discussion between young mothers Shauravi Malik and Meghana Narayan that sparked a thought about introducing a healthy diet for children. What started out as an experiment to introduce millets into their children’s diet soon turned into a food brand called Slurrp Farm. 

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When Nutrition Is Tasty Too: The Hans India

With an intention to give the best nutrition for kids, Shauravi Malik and Meghana Narayan the co-founders of 'Slurrp Farm' conceptualized wholesome menu that is healthy and tasty. They give an insight into how snacks and favorite kids' food can be nutritious too, using millets, etc, and inspiration behind their enterprise. 

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Whoever Buys Horlicks Must Reckon With Better Informed Consumers In A 7,000 Crore Market: The Economic Times

Take, for instance, Delhi-based packaged food brand Slurrp Farm, which focuses on healthy breakfast and snack products for children. The start-up claims it makes preservative-free products such as cereals, cook-ies, pancakes and dosa using ingredients like ragi. Start ed in October 2016, Slurrp Farm quickly roped in 1,000 customers in the first month, and recently tied up with 300 grocery stores in the National Capital Region. “I feel the shop...

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Move Over, Fast Food! Health Conscious Bengalureans Order Millet-Based Dishes Online: The Economic Times

A while back, she chanced upon Slurrp Farm, a Bengaluru-based food brand that focusses on millets and offers cookies and millet-based pancakes and dosa mixes. “Initially there were hardly any options. Finding ready-to-cook online millet-based foods has been a blessing,” says Gandhi, who orders millet foods online now.  As the state government pushes millet consumption, many food businesses in the city have adapted it to their menus. While res...

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These Cool Indian Batter Brands Will Upgrade Your Daily Breakfasts: Vogue

When it comes to innovative batter mixes, Slurrp Farm is possibly the best. Not only do they have the coolest cartoon-themed colourful packages, but their millet dosa mix, with healthy grains and a choice of spinach or beetroot, is a great way to sneak all the good stuff into your morning meals. Not only are they perfect for fussy children, the brand also offers a super grains pancake mix with either chocolate, or banana and choco chips for th...

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Getting Junior To Junk Junk: The Times Of India

When entrepreneur Meghana Narayan had her first child, her food role model was her grandmom who lived till 94 and was very active. She started her daughter’s solid food intake with ragi porridge with a dash of jaggery, and traded refined sugar, oil, flour and transfat for millets, cold-pressed oils, non-antibiotic meat and lots of greens. But some parents are going extra mile to inculcate healthy eating habits in the children, in the hope that...

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