All ftiras are nutritionally high in value. Traditional cooking offered by Nenu contributes towards the required intake of complex carbohydrates (starches), fibre, iron and vitamin B. Undoubtedly, contrary to general belief, the ftiras are, generally, low in fat.
The base of the ftira is what one would find in a typical white bread which is scientifically supported by studies which claim that 76 % of its calories emanate from carbohydrates, 13 % from protein and only 11 % from fat.
Other nutritional benefits which the ftira base provides include low in saturated fats, low in cholesterol and a good source of folate and thiamin. Furthermore, it contains various vitamins (E and K, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid and Choline) and minerals (calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc, copper, manganese, selenium and fluoride).