100% Whole Grain, Organic Millet

16 oz bag

Retail Price: $2.95

Our Price: $2.25 (Save 24%)

16 oz bag
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Why You’ll Love It

U.S.A. family Organically grown yellow millet. Potent, strengthening nourishment. Mildly sweet, light and fluffy. It cooks in 30 minutes. Extremely versatile. Use as entrée, in soups, stews, stuffing, grain burgers, as porridge, and add to bread and baked goods dough, pancake and waffle batter. Makes awesome millet and cauliflower 'mashed potatoes'. A good source of fiber, protein, thiamin B1, and magnesium. A complete protein source containing all essential amino acids. Gluten Free. 100% whole grain. Packaged in a reclosable, protective, standing pouch.
SKU: 024182021523

About This Brand

Based in the southern part of Michigan, Eden Foods is an American food producer that specializes in traditional Japanese products, such as buckwheat soba noodles and umeboshi paste. A range of traditional pantry foods, like apple butter and sauerkraut, rounds out their product selection. How Eden Foods got started Nowadays, organic foods are everywhere, but that wasn’t always the case. In fact, not long ago it was fairly difficult to obtain organic products. Seeing this gap in the market, a group of young entrepreneurs were inspired to come up with a way to provide healthy organic food, and created the Eden Foods Co-op in 1968. The co-op was an instant success, finding a large following, mainly of students at the University of Michigan in the college town of Ann Arbor. These bohemian scholars (who were weary of unrefined processed foods) would stop by the co-op to pick up organic vegetables and wholesome foods. Soon, Eden Foods became a community of like-minded individuals...
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Organic Yellow Millet Panicum Miliaceum.

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Serving Size 1/4 cup uncooked (45g) Servings Per Container 10

Amount Per Serving

Calories 160 Calories from Fat 15

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 2g 0.03
Saturated Fat 0g 0
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0
Sodium 5mg 0
Total Carbohydrate 30g 0.1
Dietary Fiber 4g 0.16
Sugars 0g
Protein 5g 0.1

Vitamin A 0
Vitamin C 0
Calcium 0
Iron 0.06

Reviews For 100% Whole Grain, Organic Millet

Based on 9 Reviews

I Missed Millet! So Glad I Found This! <3

I used to use millet that I bought in trhe bulk section, back in the late 80's/early 90's as an added boost to rice and couscous dishes, in soups, in breads and baked goods, or on its own as a side dish. Then it pretty much disappeared from bulk sections as they were pared down or disappeared altogether.
I was so happy to find it at Thrive, and such a High Quality version! This product cooks up nicer, with a stronger flavor than the old lower quality bulk millet I was used to. So far I have used it in a multi-grain pilaf, as a side dish itself, in soup, and added to gluten-free biscuits and bread. One word: Yum!
Fluffy when it needs to be, crunchy when it needs to be, and always hearty, adding extra texture to rice dishes, soups, and breads, or on its own, millet has become, with barley, one of my favorite grains.

- Muneebah K

Quite Delicious "Bird Food"

So, millet is a common ingredient in bird feed mix, and I only remember ever cooking with it once...but since I ordered this the first time, I've gone through two bags on my own! I absolutely love the flavor and the volume in one serving. It is versatile--I've had it for breakfast, mixed in a salad, or as a sub for rice in "fried rice" dishes.

- Sarah

Great Cereal

I grew up eating millet as a hot cereal in the mornings. We actually used it in all our meals and had not had any in many years. It was great to have a bowl of hot millet and now I have left overs to fry in a bit of coconut oil as a side dish for chicken. This is such a healthy grain and this brand had a wonder taste. Thank you for the high quality product!.

- Donna

100% Whole Grain, Organic Millet

Delicious dinner when I cooked the millet with hearty dense squashes, garlic, ginger and onion. Absolutely yummy!

- Suzy


What can I say? It's millet.

- Crissy

Organic Millet

Was happy to find this organic millet. I have been using inorganic simply because I didn't find organic at my local markets.

- Donna

Kid Friendly

This millet is not only organic and gluten free, it's kid approved as well! My kids are pretty picky about their food, but they really like this and eat it often. I add some spices like garlic and onion and a little basil and they eat it all up no questions asked. It's a great way to get them to eat their whole grains!

- Naomi G

A great whole grain!

I was anxious about trying this millet. It was recommended to me by a friend of mine, so when I found it on Thrive and at such a great price, I decided I had to try it! I was pleasantly surprised. Not only do I like it, but so does my family so now we eat it instead of rice or pasta a few times a week.

- Barbara Bohannan


We love this grain and I cook it pretty often like side dish to meat. Also I cook it with milk for our toddler son and he loves it.

- Helen

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