• Rainfed Millets

    Since millet cultivation requires less water, farmers are turning to this crop as a sustainable alternative. A farmer moves through difficult drought periods since these are hardy crops that require minimal water. Millets grow well in dry zones as rain-fed crops under marginal conditions of soil fertility and moisture.

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    Cold-pressed Cooking Oils

    Cold-pressed Cooking Oils enhance the inherent natural aroma and taste. These oils also prevent cell damage and promote cell repair, thereby preventing various chronic diseases. In Ayurveda, these oils have been prescribed for building stronger immune systems. These oils also work wonders on one’s skin when applied.

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    Low Glycemic Sugars

    Native or traditional or unrefined sugar has historically been the main source of sugar in our diet. Native sugars have more nutrients and a Low Glycemic Index compared to refined sugar. These sugars are Coconut Sugar, Cane Jaggery/ Sugar, Palmyra Jaggery, Palmyra Sugar Candy, Date Palm Sugar, and the rare Mahua Sugar.

  • Gluten Free

    Millets are Gluten Free

    Gluten is a protein found in wheat and several other grains. A gluten-free diet is necessary for people with celiac disease, an autoimmune response to gluten that causes the body to attack the small intestine, causing belly pain, nausea, bloating or diarrhoea. People who adopt a gluten-free diet often lose weight.

  • Trans Fat Free

    Our Oils are Trans Fat Free

    Trans fats, or trans-fatty acids, are a form of unsaturated fat. Trans fats are believed to damage the inner lining of your blood vessels, known as the endothelium. Partially hydrogenated vegetable oils are the largest source of trans fats in your diet because they’re cheap to manufacture and have a long shelf life. Most trans fats are hazardous to your health

  • 100% Vegan

    Our products are 100% Vegan

    Vegan products sold at TRENPA promote weight loss. They help reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering cholesterol levels. Vegan products lower your chances of getting certain types of cancer, such as colon cancer. It also helps to manage diabetes by lowering HbA1C levels. Also Vegan diets tend to be rich in nutrients and low in saturated fats.

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Coconut Sugar

Coconut Sugar is extracted from the exudate of the spathe (seen in the picture) of the coconut palm tree. Coconut sugar retains many nutrients found in the coconut palm including iron, zinc, calcium, and potassium. Although Coconut Sugar contains calories, it contains vital nutrients and doesn’t supply “empty calories” like refined sugar.