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Faper ko pitho (buckwheat) 1kg

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Delivery by: Tuesday, October 20

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These are the typical crops of Nepal. Millet and buckwheat is grown in hilly and high hilly areas while maize is grown both in hills and terai. Paicho has processed maize, millet and buckwheat and produced Corn Grits, millet flour and buckwheat flour. These all three products are grown in hilly areas. Paicho doesn’t use any of the raw materials produced in Terai. Paicho prioritizes products grown in hilly areas for its good taste and quality.

Basically, Paicho Corn Grits is of great benefit to high blood pressure, blood suger and diabetes patients and millet flour is beneficial for blood pressure and uric acid patients. Dhindo made from millet and buckwheat flour has been a fancy food in many restaurants and hotels. Dhindo is our typical nepali food. With the growing number of tourists arriving in Nepal, they have shown good interest in nepali food, Dhindo There was a time when people used to ignore Nepali Dhindo, but the demand for it is growing in restaurant as well. It is being equally popular in foreign countries.

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Weight 1 kg

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