Rising urban consumption resuscitate Ragi crop production
Tuesday, March 14, 2017, 10:52 AM
Just like the humble quinoa, which has risen to global prominence as a ‘super food’, ragi or finger millet was once a subsistence crop a poor man’s staple. For the last four years or so, all that has changed. Demand for ragi has come back as people are going back to the past, to explore ancient remedies and an older way of life.