Sharbati wheat is a regional variety of wheat, derived from the wheat grown in the Ashoknagar and some other districts of MP. Also known as the MP wheat, Sharbati wheat is sweeter in taste and better in texture. The grains of Sharbati wheat are bigger in size and has a golden sheen to it. This wheat flour belongs to the Triticum Aestivum family. Being rain water irrigated, the soil for Sharbati wheat is high in potash content and low in humidity. This amazingly ends up increasing the protein content of the wheat by almost 2% more as compared to the other wheat . This also leads to Sharbati wheat crop skipping the requirement of pesticides being used. Hence the flour from sharbati wheat crop automatically qualifies as a better flour over the rest.