We are indulged in exporting, manufacturing, supplying and trading of white jowar in Tuni, Andhra Pradesh, India. Jowar, is the most important food and fodder crop of dryland agriculture. In India, sorghum grain is eaten by human either by breaking the grain and cooking it in the same way as rice or by grinding it into flour and preparing chapatis. To some extent it is also eaten as parched and popped grain. This grain is also fed to cattle, poultry and swine. Sorghum grain contains about 10-12 per cent protein, 3 per cent fat and 70 per cent carbohydrates.