Teff is a very fine grain, around the size of a poppy grain. It is an ancient grain from Ethiopia and Eritrea and is a part of their staple cuisines. The Teff exporter in India exports a large quantity of the product every year. Due to the growing popular

Global Market Demand

The Global Market Demand for Teff has been increasing over the years. As gluten-free alternatives to wheat are gaining popularity, Teff is definitely a good option. This is, therefore, a great opportunity for the Teff exporter in India to expand his business and enter the international market. Due to the great quality of the grain, Teff import from India has been rising over the years.


Product Name Teff
Origin Ethiopia
Family Poaceae
Binomial name Eragrostis tef


Nutrients Calories 366
Carbs - 70.7g
Fiber - 12.2g
Minerals Copper
Protein 12.2g
Fats 3.7g

Uses & Benefits

Uses :

  • Teff is popular across the world as it is gluten-free. Thus it can be ground and used as whole grain and gluten-free flour.
  • In Ethiopia, teff flour is fermented with yeast and is then used to make a traditional sourdough flatbread known as ‘injera’.
  • Teff flour is also used for baking bread or manufacturing packaged foods like pasta. It is a good gluten-free alternative even for such products.