Pahadi chillis are pungent and colourful. And what we use to make our chilli flakes. Made in-house, the chillis are sundried for added crispness before making flakes. Sprinkled in salads, topped on spreads, added as a garnish to meats, so many ways to use Kilmora Mirchi.
Chillis bought from small and marginal farmers. Sun-dried until crisp, hand pounded, and chilli flakes made from a mix of seeds and chilli. Majority of seeds discarded in the making of Chilli Flakes
Kumaun Grameen Udyog (KGU), is a Section 8 company based out of Kumaon in the Central Himalayas in Uttarakhand. Our products are Craftmark certified, ensuring that we continue providing an enabling environment for sustainable models of craft-based livelihood. Our better than average prices paid to producers, good working conditions with a focus on local sustainability and community building also make us a part of Fair Trade India. KGU sells under the brand name Kilmora.
The organisation is working on providing sustainable livelihoods to the local community using crafts and agri-products. In crafts, KGU works on hand-woven and hand-knitted products. and works with over 350 artisans and with 700+ farmers seasonally in the agri-division.