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The Vibrant Sector of Flour Milling Industry

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One of the liveliest sectors, the flour milling industry merges the conventional skills with ultra-modern technology to produce an assortment of flours. Flour is used as the chief ingredient in bread, biscuits, cakes, pies, soups, and a variety of refined foods. Having evolved enormously over the years, flour milling industry in Jammu and Kashmir has now developed into a highly automated and well-organized industry. Contemporary mills function as continuous-flow operations right through the year. Flour mills can be set up at different levels – domestic flour mills, industrial flour mills, bakery flour mills and roller flour mill.
Flour milling is a mechanical manufacturing method which generates flour from wheat after going through the inclusive phases of grinding and separation. The flour milling industry plays a very vital role in the overall prosperity of the country by providing jobs to many skilled and unskilled individuals which directly or indirectly amplify the business.
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Understanding the Nutritional Facts and Health Prosperity of Besan Flour

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Besan Flour, also sometimes called as gram flour, garbanzo bean flour  or chickpea flour is prepared by grinding chickpeas or sometimes called Bengal gram. In India, people use a specific type of chickpea termed as Chana Dal. Besan flour is light in colour and an integral part of Indian cuisine, consumed to make Dhokla, Pakoras, Boondi, Laddus and many more dishes. As per the India Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Besan is rated as the one of the most commonly used flour in the Indian kitchens. If you have the desire to avoid gluten or are looking to manage your weight, then Besan flour should be considered as a healthy and alternate to high-carbohydrate wheat flour. Nutritional Content (Per 100 gram)
Protein Constituents 22 gram Fat Constituents 6.7 gram Quantity of Sodium 64 mg Quantity of Fiber 11 gram Energy Measure 387 Kcal Presence of Vitamin A 41 IU                    Presence of Vitamin B-1 (Thiamine) 0.486 mg Presence Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin) 0.