Tuesday, June 18, 2024
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The United Nations announced the year 2023 as the “International Year of Millets” to elevate their global status, and visibility as nutritious yet eco-friendly attributes to promote awareness among consumers globally.

IYOM 2023 will be celebrated across the globe to provide an opportunity to increase global production, efficient processing and better use of crop rotation and promotion of millets as a major component of the food basket.

Often referred to as ‘a poor man’s food’, millet was one of the first crops to be domesticated for food and has been hailed as the ‘right crop’ for rainfed agriculture. Considered a native crop of India, millets contribute largely to the food and nutritional security of the country.


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