Wheat consumption has always been a very crucial part of every Indian kitchen. Apart from various other types of flour, Wheat flour is used in almost every household on a daily basis.
And with time, health & nutrition have become important in society as well. Keeping that in mind, the quality of wheat flour consumed has also become a priority.
Today we bring you the names of a couple of Wheat Flour brands in India.
1. Aashirvaad Atta
Aashirvaad Whole Wheat Atta was launched on 27th May 2002 and now has become the number one in branded packaged atta across the country.
Aashirvaad Select Atta is made from Sharbati wheat which comes from Sehore district Madhya Pradesh. Aashirvaad Select Atta (5 kg pack) was awarded the World Star Award for Excellence in Packaging in the Consumer Pack Category.
They are using the modern chakki grinding process which ensures that Aashirvvad atta contains 0% maida and 100% sampoorna atta.
2. Laxmi Bhog Atta
Laxmi Bhog atta is one of the best atta it is whole wheat atta it means 100% chakki atta & 0% maida. it uses good wheat, better grinding which gives us unbelievable.
3. Shakti Bhog Atta
Shakti Bhog Atta is made from the choicest of wheat grains, selected after testing the grain size and purity. Shakti Bhog Atta consists of 100 percent whole wheat grains, therefore, it has high fiber content which is beneficial to our digestive function.
4. Nature Fresh Sampoorna Chakki Atta
Nature Fresh Sampoorna Atta. NatureFresh flour is made from the finest quality wheat grains. NatureFresh prides itself on its selection of high quality, natural ingredients that are processed in the right way, to produce atta that has just the right texture – neither too fine nor too coarse.
5. Annapurna Farm Fresh Atta
6. Fortune Chakki Fresh Atta
7. Organic Tattva Wheat Flour
Organic Tattva is one of the very few brands that aim to give pure organic food products to its customers. They test each and every product for 186 different types of pesticides before they are CO2 fumigated. They have a high standard for manufacturing organic food products. So it is no surprise that they are certified by USDA, European Union, and Indian Organic Standards.