Organics

ORGANIC STEEL-CUT OATS

Steel-cut oats are whole-grain oats that have been cut into pieces. Due to their numerous health benefits, steel-cut oats are regaining popularity. Flavorful and nicely chewy, steel-cut oats are ideal for a healthy breakfast. Sprinkle with cinnamon, flaxseed, chopped apples, and maple syrup for added deliciousness.

Good Source of Protein | Good Source of Fiber | Good Source of Iron

ORGANIC WHITE QUINOA

High in protein and loaded with minerals and vitamins, quinoa was called “la chisiya mama,” by the Incas, which means “the mother grain.” Light and fluffy, quinoa is perfect for salads, soups, pilafs, and risottos, as well pancakes, snack bars, and cookies. It’s a great option for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even dessert!

Gluten Free | Good Source of Fiber | Good Source of Protein

ORGANIC TRI-COLOR QUINOA

High in protein and loaded with minerals and vitamins, quinoa was called “la chisiya mama,” by the Incas, which means “the mother grain.” Slightly earthier in taste than white quinoa, it's perfect for salads, soups, pilafs, and risottos, as well pancakes, snack bars, and cookies. It’s a great option for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even dessert!

Gluten Free | Good Source of Fiber | Good Source of Protein

ORGANIC ANCIENT GRAINS

Some of the earliest cultivated grains from the farthest reaches of the planet are brought together in this delicious and nutritious blend. Dating back over 7,000 years, these grains have been important staple foods for civilizations throughout history. Ancient grains are great for pilafs, porridge, bread, muffins, and salads.

Good Source of Protein | Good Source of Iron | Low Fat

ORGANIC CHIA SEEDS

A nutritional powerhouse with neutral taste, chia seeds increase the nutritional value of your beverage or meal either in pure form or when soaked in water to create a gel. Sprinkle on cereal, yogurt, or salads. Blend into smoothies, puddings, or dough. Chia can also be used to thicken soups, marinades, or jams and can be added to flour, breading, and crackers. Chia is also great as an egg substitute!

Good Source of Fiber | Good Source of Protein

ORGANIC FLAX SEED

A small seed with a nutty flavor, flaxseed was first cultivated in 3000 BC in Babylon. Today, it is praised for its nutritional benefits and can easily be added to foods you already enjoy. Sprinkle on cereal or salads, bake into muffins, or blend into smoothies.

Gluten-Free | Provides Omega-3 | High in Protein | High in Fiber

ORGANIC GOLDEN FLAX SEED

A small seed with a nutty flavor, flaxseed was first cultivated in 3000 BC in Babylon. Today, it is praised for its nutritional benefits and can easily be added to foods you already enjoy. Sprinkle on cereal or salads, bake into muffins, or blend into smoothies. Golden flaxseed has a slightly nuttier taste than regular flaxseed.

Gluten-Free | Provides Omega-3 | High in Protein | High in Fiber

ORGANIC CHICK PEAS

Popular in Middle Eastern, Indian, and African cuisines, the chickpea is the second most grown and eaten bean in the world. Chickpeas are nutrient dense and incredibly versatile, making them a popular choice for healthy meals. Great for salads, spreads, dressings, soups, and curries, or grind for use as a gluten-free flour substitute in pancakes, cookies, pasta, or even onion ring batter!

High in Protein | High in Fiber | High in Iron

ORGANIC GREEN LENTILS

Green lentils are slightly higher in protein and fiber than red lentils and also retain their shape better when cooked. Green lentils are great for salads and hearty stews—and even in burgers and cookies!

High in Protein | High in Fiber | High in Iron

ORGANIC RED LENTILS

Grown in the fertile Saskatchewan prairies, these bright and colorful lentils are packed full of healthy nutrients. Red lentils cook easily and do not retain their shape, making them great for soups and fritters and as a thickener in pasta sauces or chili.

High in Protein | High in Fiber | High in Iron

ORGANIC GREEN SPLIT PEAS

Peas have been consumed by humans since before the advent of farming. Plentiful and wholesome, split peas are split naturally during the drying and hulling process and are starchier and heartier than lentils. Green split peas are slightly sweeter than yellow split peas and are great for soups and fritters.

High in Protein | High in Fiber | High in Iron

ORGANIC YELLOW SPLIT PEAS

Peas have been consumed by humans since before the advent of farming. Plentiful and wholesome, split peas are split naturally during the drying and hulling process and are starchier and heartier than lentils. Yellow split peas are slightly milder than green split peas and are great for soups, dalls, and fritters.

High in Protein | High in Fiber | High in Iron

ORGANIC BLACK BEANS

Popular in Latin cultures, black beans are native to South and Central America, dating back more than 7,000 years. Dense and meaty in texture with an earthy flavor, black beans are great for salads, soups, dips, salsas, chili, and rice and quinoa blends.

High in Protein | High in Fiber | High in Iron

ORGANIC RED KIDNEY BEANS

A diet rich in beans is a common denominator among cultures who live the longest (100+ years). Nutrient dense and full of flavor, red kidney beans are great for salads, soups, dips, chili, rice, curries, and rice and quinoa blends.

High in Protein | High in Fiber | High in Iron

ORGANIC NAVY BEANS

Issued by the US navy as standard rations in the 19th century, navy beans are economical, nutrient-dense, and long lasting. Great for soups, salads and as a baked dish.

High in Protein | High in Fiber | High in Iron

ORGANIC LONG GRAIN BROWN RICE

For over 5,000 years, rice has been a staple food for more than half of the world’s population. Long-grain rice is usually 3 to 4 times longer than it is wide. The cooked rice is firm and fluffy. Brown rice retains more vitamins and minerals than white rice. This rice is great for pilafs and stir-fries.

Gluten-Free | Cholesterol Free | Sodium Free

ORGANIC LONG GRAIN WHITE RICE

For over 5,000 years, rice has been a staple food for more than half the world’s population. Long-grain rice is usually 3 to 4 times longer than it is wide. The cooked rice is firm and fluffy. White rice cooks faster than brown rice and is easier to digest. This rice is great for pilafs and stir-fries.

Gluten-Free | Cholesterol Free | Sodium Free

ORGANIC BROWN RICE FLOUR

For over 5,000 years, rice has been a staple food for more than half the world’s population. Initially more widely available than wheat, rice flour was more commonly used than wheat flour in many parts of the world. For many, it is also easier to digest than wheat. Slightly nutty flavor and less gritty than white rice flour, brown rice flour is great for breads, cakes, cookies, crackers, idlis, dumplings, and crispy coatings.

Gluten-Free | Cholesterol Free | Sodium Free

ORGANIC WHITE RICE FLOUR

For over 5,000 years, rice has been a staple food for more than half the world’s population. Initially more widely available than wheat, rice flour was more commonly used than wheat flour in many parts of the world. For many, it is also easier to digest than wheat. Great for breads, cakes, cookies, crackers, idlis, dumplings, and crispy coatings.

Gluten-Free | Cholesterol Free | Sodium Free

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