Call Us at:-

+91-98142-62402

Mail Us at:

kisanhf91@gmail.com

We Provide High-Quality Products.

In 1992 Mr Harjit Singh installed a small Chakki to mill his own farm food grains. Over the years the business grown and a major expansion was happened in the year 2016 with the installation of new milling machineries and a food extruder. Mr Haminder Singh s/o Mr Harjit Singh got trainings from Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana and Kansas State University, USA on cultivation and processing of food grains. The company was got registered with the name “Kisan Health Foods”. Now the company is producing and marketing health food products like multigrain instant porridge, satnaja dalia, low fat healthy snacks, health pasta and jo (barley) sattu. Company also deals in the manufacture and supply of small scale milling machinery. Further company is planning to install a co-extrusion unit to diversify into the new products.

Our Products & Services

Multigrain Instant Porridge dalia

More Info

Health Pasta

More Info

Seven Green Porridge Satnaja Dalia

More Info

Honey Filled Pillows

More Info

Jo( Barley Sattu)

More Info

Low fat Healthy snacks

More Info

1

Beta-glucan

β-Glucans (beta-glucans) comprise a group of β-D-glucose polysaccharides naturally occurring in the cell walls of cereals, yeast, bacteria, and fungi, with significantly differing physicochemical properties dependent on source. Typically, β-glucans form a linear backbone with 1-3 β-glycosidic

Read More

2

Cereal β-Glucans

Cereal β-glucans from oat, barley, wheat, and rye induce a variety of physiological effects that positively impact health. Barley and oat β-glucans have been studied for their effects on blood glucose regulation in test subjects with hypercholesterolemia. Oats and barley differ in the ratio of trimer and tetramer 1-4

Read More

3

Cereal Fibre

Grains, especially whole grains, contain a range of dietary fibres important for health and prevention of disease. These include: Soluble fibres: B-glucan, pentoses, arabinoxylans Insoluble fibres: lignins, cellulose, hemi-celuloses Resistant starch: cooked rice...

Read More

4

Glycemic Index (GI) of Grains

The glycemic index (GI) is used to rank carbohydrate-containing foods according to their effect on blood glucose levels after eating. Low GI foods are slowly digested and absorbed and so produce only small

Read More

Milling Machienery

Hammer Mill

More Info

Multi purpose Grain Mill

More Info

Copy right © Kisan. All rights reserved