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TWF Sail- Superfood Rotis

TWF Sail- Superfood Rotis

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Sail is an intelligent blend of carefully curated grains, nuts and seeds that turns your everyday roti into superfood.

Sail uses TWF's multi-dimensional milling™ technology to foster smart collaboration between macro and micro nutrients to balance nutrition, flavor and softness.

Low blood sugar impact


Roti, parantha, starter, halwa, etc

Flour Specifications

Glycemic Load <4 Per roti , Roti Softness 4.5/5, Ease of rolling 4/5, 95+ TNI and TDI


Reliq Wheat, Barley, Oats, Fenugreek, Bengal Gram, psyllium husk, Flax seeds, Chia Seeds, Ragi , Quinoa, White beans, Sorghum

Superior Nutrition

Diabetic and gut friendly. 5x more micro-nutrients than atta. Unbleached. Completely natural


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  • Multiple grains

  • Superfood Rotis/Paranthas

  • Nutty flavor with sweet undertones

  • Multi-dimensional flour

  • 5x more micro-nutrients¹

  • Low glycemic load

Sail Flour

Sail is an intelligent blend of carefully curated grains, nuts and seeds that turns your everyday roti into superfood.

Sail uses TWF's multi-dimensional milling™ technology to foster smart collaboration between macro and micro nutrients to balance nutrition, flavor and softness.

Light & Intelligent

Low carb, low glycemic load rotis with intelligently curated balance of nutrients

Revolutionary Multi-Grain Rotis

  • No Funny Business

    No GMO. No Chemicals. No Added Gluten. No Bleach. No Preservatives

  • 100% Natural

    Just the power grains

  • Crafted for Success

    Better flavor, better texture. Lighter on the tummy. Easy to work with

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Good Gluten and Good Carbs

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Nutrition re-imagined

Multi-Dimensionally Milled™, Sail Flour is intelligently configured to increase the availability of vitamins, minerals, protein, and lower the availability of carbs and sugars.

Smart nutrient delivery: Seamless interlocking and delivery of nutrients from 15 grains, seeds and nuts

Superfood nutrition: 5x more nutrients¹

Low carb & glycemic load: Tightly regulated starch availability and re-organized fiber network contributes in lowering carb load and glycemic load of Sail rotisᵃ

Good gluten: Multi-dimensional™ Sail flour has an intelligent start-protein interaction. This promotes easy digestion of gluten and the gluten in Sail is less likely to cause allergies or bloatingᵇ

No after-meal fatigue: Low post-meal sugar spike and low net carb, prevent lethargy after mealsᶜ

6 Health benefits

Helps in diabetes management: Sail is a good source of minerals like Iron, Zinc and Calcium and is rich in Fibers. These nutrients contribute towards improving insulin sensitivity⁺ ʰ

Strengthens bones: Sail is rich in Manganese and Magnesium and is a good source of Calcium, that help in building and maintaining strong bones⁺ ᵍ

Protects your heart: Sail is rich in Fibers, has Good lipids and is free from Cholesterol. This has a favorable effect on your cardio-vascular health⁺ ᶦ

Increases immunity: Sail is rich in micro-nutrients like Vitamin B1 and a good source of Vitamin B3, Iron and Zinc that improve overall immunity of body⁺ ʲ

Long term gut health: Sail is rich in resistant Fibers that act as prebiotics⁺ ᵏ

Improves metabolism: Sail is rich Magnesium, Manganese, Vitamins B12, B1, B2 and B6, and Fibers and is a good source of Zinc and Iron, that have a favorable impact on BMI index⁺ ˡ
⁺ %RDA (as recommended by FSSAI in a balanced 2000 kcal diet) of Fiber (45.2%), Vitamin B3 (20.6%), Magnesium (76%), Zinc (22.5%), Vitamin B6 (137.3%), Vitamin B2 (106%), Vitamin B1 (93.9%), Iron (28.3%), Manganese (59.5%), Calcium (17%) in a daily serving of Sail rotis (4-5 rotis or 100g flour)

Consistent consumption of daily servings of Sail rotis (4-5 rotis) as part of a balanced diet, provides you well-rounded nutrition and helps you maintain overall wellbeing.

No compromise rotis for everyone

Balanced nutrition, flavor and softness. No compromise rotis for everyone in the house.

Flavorful: Earthy aroma, nutty taste

Best suited for

Indian flat breads Deep nutty flavor

Add a portion of Sail to your favorite recipes
Cakes & Muffins

  • Data driven

    Algorithmic milling technology

  • Precision crafted

    Softer, lighter, better tasting rotis

  • Intuitive

    Works with the gut to increase access to nutrients

  • Smart

    Perfectly curated balance of nutrients

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60% lower glycemic load than your regular whole wheat rotis.

Remarkably low glycemic load. Glycemic load is the impact of a particular amount of carbohydrate in the food on blood glucose levels. The Multi-Dimensional Milling™ aligns starch-protein-lipid interactions in a way that act as barriers to enzymatic access to starch, reducing glycemic response in the flour. Protein and good lipids synergistically help in reducing glycemic load and calorie intake.

  • Total Nutrient Index (TNI) >100

    Higher TNI corresponds to higher nutrient content in the flour. Non TWF flours have TNI ~50

  • Texture Dispersion Index (TDI) >99

    Higher TDI means that the flour is more efficient in delivering the nutrients to your body. Non TWF flours have TDI ~60

  • Oxidation Impact Factor (OIF)

    Higher OIF corresponds to higher nutrient retention in the flour - lower nutrient loss through oxidation


Sail flour will be freshly milled after the order is placed

  • Multi-grain in name only
  • Grains that do not work in synergy
  • Not fresh
  • Preservatives
  • Artificial binders
  • Chemical improvers

Based on regular consumption of 100g of Sail Flour a day as part of a balanced diet.

1 Times more total micro-nutrients including Vitamin A, Vitamin B 12, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B6, Magnesium, Potassium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Zinc, Calcium, Iron, Omega 3, Omega 6, Folic acid in Sail (3.7g per 100g) when compared to generally available values for commercial wheat flour (0.7g per 100g)

2 Percentage more total minerals including but not limited to calcium, manganese, phosphorus, zinc, iron, potassium and magnesium in Sail flour (1.3g per 100g) compared to generally available values for commercial wheat flour (0.3g per 100g).

3 Times more total vitamins including but not limited to vitamin A, vitamin B12, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin B6 and folic acid in Sail flour (0.011g per 100g) compared to generally available values for commercial wheat flour (0.0015g per 100g).

4 Nutrient content in 100g of Sail flour compared to compared to generally available values for 100g of commercial wheat flour.

5 Percentage coverage of recommended dietary allowance based on 2000 k cal diet (as per FSSAI) met by rotis made from 100gm of Sail flour (4-5 rotis)

6 Glycemic load of a Sail roti (using 20gm of flour) compared to generally available values for commercial wheat flour

*Total vitamin includes vitamin A, vitamin B12, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin B6 and folic acid.
*Macro-minerals include calcium, manganese and phosphorus.
*Micro-minerals include zinc, iron and magnesium.
ᵃLattimer, J. and Haub, M., 2010. Effects of Dietary Fiber and Its Components on Metabolic Health. Nutrients, 2(12), pp.1266-1289.

ᵇSmith, F., Pan, X., Bellido, V., Toole, G., Gates, F., Wickham, M., Shewry, P., Bakalis, S., Padfield, P. and Mills, E., 2015. Digestibility of gluten proteins is reduced by baking and enhanced by starch digestion. Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, 59(10), pp.2034-2043.

ᶜJenkins, D., Thorne, M., Wolever, T., Jenkins, A., Rao, A. and Thompson, L., 1987. The effect of starch-protein interaction in wheat on the glycemic response and rate of in vitro digestion. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 45(5), pp.946-951.

ᵈMarventano, S., Vetrani, C., Vitale, M., Godos, J., Riccardi, G. and Grosso, G., 2017. Whole Grain Intake and Glycaemic Control in Healthy Subjects: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials. Nutrients, 9(7), p.769.

ᵉDella Pepa G and others, “Wholegrain Intake and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes: Evidence from Epidemiological and Intervention Studies” (2018) 10 Nutrients 1288

ᶠXu D and others, “Role of Whole Grain Consumption in Glycaemic Control of Diabetic Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials” (2021) 14 Nutrients 109

ᵍAnderson JJ, “Calcium Requirements during Adolescence to Maximize Bone Health” (2001) 20 Journal of the American College of Nutrition

ʰDubey P, Thakur V and Chattopadhyay M, “Role of Minerals and Trace Elements in Diabetes and Insulin Resistance” (2020) 12 Nutrients 1864

ᶦAune D and others, “Whole Grain Consumption and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer, and All Cause and Cause Specific Mortality: Systematic Review and Dose-Response Meta-Analysis of Prospective Studies” [2016] BMJ 2716

ʲVanegas, S., Meydani, M., Barnett, J., Goldin, B., Kane, A., Rasmussen, H., Brown, C., Vangay, P., Knights, D., Jonnalagadda, S., Koecher, K., Karl, J., Thomas, M., Dolnikowski, G., Li, L., Saltzman, E., Wu, D. and Meydani, S., 2017. Substituting whole grains for refined grains in a 6-wk randomized trial has a modest effect on gut microbiota and immune and inflammatory markers of healthy adults. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 105(3), pp.635-650.

ᵏNeacsu, M., Anderson, S., Verschoor, P., Vaughan, N., Horgan, G., Hulshof, T., Duncan, S., Duthie, S. and Russell, W., 2021. Consumption of a Recommended Serving of Wheat Bran Cereals Significantly Increases Human Faecal Butyrate Levels in Healthy Volunteers and Reduces Markers of Inflammation Ex Vivo. Recent Progress in Nutrition, 1(4), pp.1-1.

ˡMaki, K., Palacios, O., Koecher, K., Sawicki, C., Livingston, K., Bell, M. and McKeown, N., 2019. The Relationship Between Whole Grain Intake and Body Weight: Results of Meta-analyses of Observational Studies and Randomized Controlled Trials (FS18-07-19). Current Developments in Nutrition, 3(Supplement_1).

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