Sago is processed from the root crop called Tapioca. Other names for this root crop are Yucca and Cassava.
Tapioca is crushed with water and the pulp is extracted. After thorough washing, the starch is extracted and converted into small globules. These globules are either roasted or boiled as per the requirement and then dried. The roasted globules are called Super Sabudana or Normal Sabudana, whereas the boiled globules are called Nylon Sabudana.
Being aware of the Tapioca Sago Health Benefits, we produce Sago by processing only the edible parts of Tapioca, which eliminates the need for bleaching.