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Japanese Millet grits

Product number:
2,96 €


Japanese millet also known as barnyard millet. The seeds are similar to millet, only a bit smaller and more valuable and tastier one. Japanese millet has a high nutritional value including iron, zinc, and copper as well as pantothenic acid. Japanese millet contains vitamins and minerals that help to maintain normal: carbohydrate metabolism; cognitive function; DNA synthesis; fertility and reproduction; protein synthesis; bone, hair, nail, skincondition; testosterone level in the blood; vision; immune system and can protect cells from oxidative damage.


Ingredients: 100 % Japanese Millet.

Net weight: 500 g.

Country of origin: Lithuania.


Usage: for porridge, garnish, pudding. Scald with boiling water. Pour water to a ratio of 1:6 and simmer for about 5 minutes.


Nutrition facts:

Product nutritional energy value per 100 g:

Energy value:

1537kJ / 367kcal



3,9 g

Zn 2,7 mg (18%*)

of which are saturated fatty acids

0,6 g

K 240 mg (12%*)

Pantothenic acis 1,5 mg (25%*)


72,4 g

Ca 170 mg (21,2%*)

of which are sugars

0,13 g

Mo 10 µg (20%*)

B7 3,6 mg (24%*)


4,3 g

P 95 mg (12%*)


9,7 g

Fe 1,6 mg (11%*)


0,0 g

Mn 1,4 mg (69%*)

* of reference intakes. Average adult’s reference intakes for a day are 8400 kJ / 2000 kcal



Farm. A farmer Alfonsas Peckus is a scientist with PhD in physics, who has been implementing his ideas in Lithuania since 1990 by establishing the seed growing farm of crop and herbaceous plants. The farmer chooses only Lithuanian species suitable for our climate.

Cultivation. About 300 of hectares of farmland are currently used for agricultural experiments: to grow the species of valuable grain crop of which are still rare in Lithuania.