Teff flour

Teff flour

Teff is a cereal crop whose homeland is Ethiopia, where it is still considered the main cereal crop to this day. Due to the high content of iron in its composition, teff flour helps to restore the blood composition. The composition of this type of flour contains a sufficient amount of easily digestible proteins and carbohydrates, and the nutritional value of this culture makes it the main source of energy for the whole day. Also in the composition of the plant there are vitamins of group B, vitamins A, E, K and PP, choline, useful macro-and microelements: calcium, potassium, magnesium, copper, zinc, manganese, phosphorus, sodium, selenium, iron.

Organoleptic evaluation – the appearance and color is light brown.
Smell – typical of rice groats, odorless, not musty, not moldy.
Shelf life: 12 months.
Storage conditions: store in dry rooms at a temperature not higher than 18 + 2 °C, relative humidity not higher than 60%.

Nutrition facts per 100 g
Calories 367
Carbohydrates 73,1 g
Protein 13,3 g
Dietary fiber 7,9 g
Fat 2,4 g
Niacin 3,4 mg
Vitamin B6 0,5 mg
Vitamin E 0,1 mg
Potassium 427 mg
Phosphorus 429 mg
Magnesium 184 mg
Calcium 180 mg
Iron 7,6 mg



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