Five grain and miscellaneous grain flour and oatmeal

Five grain and miscellaneous grain flour and oatmeal


Five grain and miscellaneous grain powder is a powder product made from various grains, miscellaneous grains, legumes, and dual-purpose medicinal and edible materials that are ground and refined. It is a general term for five grain and miscellaneous grain products. Five grain and miscellaneous grain refers to grain crops in general, rather than narrow definitions of "rice, millet, millet, wheat, and beans". In a broad sense, the five grains and miscellaneous grains include rice, millet, brown rice, corn, glutinous rice, Job's tears, black rice, red rice, soybeans, red beans, mung beans, black beans, buckwheat, oats, wheat, sorghum, sweet potatoes, and so on. The flour made from these raw materials is collectively referred to as the five grains and miscellaneous grain flour. Oat flakes are a type of food made by rolling oats into a flat shape, with a diameter approximately equivalent to that of soybeans, and a complete shape. Oat is finely processed into cereal, making it more convenient to consume and improving its taste, making it a popular food.

Glucose powder

Glucose powder


Glucose, an organic compound, is the most widely distributed and important monosaccharide in nature. It is a polyhydroxyaldehyde. Pure glucose is a colorless crystal with a sweet taste but not as sweet as sucrose, and is easily soluble in water. Glucose powder is a white or almost white crystalline or granular powder; Odorless and sweet in taste. Used for nutrition and energy supplementation.

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