Awareness is the key. The Tupperware meet along with Slurrp Farm and Max Healthcare which talked about the fundamentals of eating right and staying healthy and fit helped me ponder and refine the food choices I was making.
Shauravi Malik, Meghana Narayan, co-founders of Slurrp farm are trying to inculcate healthy eating. Try their organic Jaggery powder and Nut Powder which is a healthy natural alternative to sugar.
Slurrp Farm, a start-up that offers millet-based packaged food products for children. The company offers as many as 20 products, which include the puffed snacks, millet pancake mix, millet dosa mix, cereals, and cookies made with real butter.
The meet was instrumental in spreading the importance of having the right cookware, the right balance of nutrients and championing the right ingredients to make a delicious and healthy meal!
If you haven’t yet heard of millets, you will notice them everywhere around you in the coming years because: 1. They are versatile Gluten Free Supergrains loaded with natural micronutrients; 2. It is a Climate Smart and sustainable grain – requiring just 1/4th the water to grow as several other grains like Rice; 3. The UN as just declared 2023 the International Year of Millets
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Aysha Tanya talks to Shauravi Malik, co-founder of Slurrp Farm, an organic food company that heralded the movement to bring millets back into the limelight.
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“It started very innocently. Meghana and I met. We got along like a house on fire from the first time we met. We had some fun business ideas, which we joked about, but we always went back to our jobs the next day. At this point we were really living in the bubble – we both had that dream job and entrepreneurship seemed too risky."
What’s old is new again. And this is great news. Suddenly, whole grains with ancient pedigrees are being embraced by home cooks and restaurants and are widely available in the supermarkets. And, leading the pack are millets.
Necessity is both mother and father of invention. Ask any of the parent-led businesses that have recently sprung up on the back of a baby.
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.