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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

FREEKEH

Freekeh is popular in the Middle East and North Africa. The grain is picked while still young, then sun-dried and roasted, giving it a slightly nutty flavor. A versatile and nutritious kitchen staple, freekeh is delicious in salads, pilafs, risottos, and stir-fries.

Good Source of Protein | Good Source of Fiber | High in Iron

AMARANTH

Amaranth, like quinoa, is an ancient grain commonly used in Mexican and South American cooking. Though tiny, the amaranth seeds contain all the essential amino acids, providing high-quality protein. A fine grain, amaranth can be used like quinoa. It's also great to use in porridges for a hearty breakfast or in soups or stews as a thickener. When popped (in a very hot, dry pan), it can become a delicious snack or turned into a spectacular side dish or dessert. Amaranth can also be used in place of quinoa. 

Good Source of Protein | Good Source of Fiber | High in Iron

PEARL COUSCOUS

Also known as Isreali Couscous, this variation is larger, smoother, and more spherical than traditional couscous. Use it like pasta, rice, or any other whole grain, lightly toasted for an extra punch of flavor. 

Cooks in 10 minutes | Cholesterol Free | Fat Free | Kid Favorite

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

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

BLACK 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

RED 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 richer in taste and chewier in texture 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

GARLIC QUINOA

Flavorful and aromatic, garlic is essential in cuisines across the world.  Blended with South American quinoa, roasted garlic quinoa is a delicious and nutritious complement to any meal.  Serve it up with hearty dishes or light meals.

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

MEDITERRANEAN HERB QUINOA

Fusing traditions from two continents, this delicious mix celebrates Andean quinoa and traditional Mediterranean herbs. The oregano, thyme, and touch of parsley make for a delicious quinoa dish that adds character to any table.

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

7 GRAIN BLEND

Our most talked about item! Colorful and wonderfully textured, the Seven Grain Blend combines spelt, wheat berry, oat, and barley with wild rice and long grain brown rice. Versatile and easy to use, add the blend to stuffings, soups, salads, and casseroles or let it stand alone as a delicious side dish.

High in Fiber | Good Source of Protein | Low in Fat 

BROWN BASMATI AND QUINOA BLEND

Brown Basmati is a long-grain rice originally from South Asia. In this delicious blend, enjoy it with nutrition-packed red quinoa and sweet dry cranberries. Let it brighten up your table on its own as a side dish or as part of a recipe.

Low Fat | Cholesterol Free | Sodium Free | Perfect Dinner Party Dish

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

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

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

FLAX MEAL

A small seed with a nutty flavor, flax seed was first cultivated in 3000 BC in Babylon. Flax meal is ground flax seed and easier to digest. Baked in breads, muffins, or cupcakes or mixed in soups, salads, or sides, add flax meal to almost any dish as a hidden source of nutrients for picky eaters.

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

TOASTED HEMP SEED

Hemp is one of the oldest crops used for cultivation. Originating in Central Asia, it spread across the world for use as a fiber and food source. Crunchy and nutritious, hemp seeds can be enjoyed straight out of the bag or sprinkled into your favorite cereal, salad, or soup. It's an easy and delicious way to add more nutrition to any meal.

High in Fiber | Good Source of Protein | High in Fiber

HULLED HEMP SEED

Hemp is one of the oldest crops used for cultivation. Originating in Central Asia, it spread across the world for use as a fiber and food source. Crunchy and nutritious, hemp seeds can be enjoyed straight out of the bag or sprinkled into your favorite cereal, salad, or soup. It's an easy and delicious way to add more nutrition to any meal.

High in Fiber | Good Source of Protein | High in Fiber

RAINBOW LENTIL BLEND

A colorful and deliciously nutritious mix of red lentils, green split peas, barley, moong beans, and Indian black lentils, the Rainbow Blend is filled with protein and fiber for a hearty meal. With great texture, this delicious blend is a vegetarian favorite. We created this blend in-house for our legen wait for it ...dary family dinners.

High in Protein | High in Fiber | High in Iron

AUTUMN LENTIL BLEND

Step into Autumn with our delicious Autumn lentil blend, a mix of red and brown lentils, yellow split peas, and moong beans. The Autumn blend is a vegetarian favorite, especially on those crisp fall evenings. This blend was created in-house for our epic camping trips.

High in Protein | High in Fiber | High in Iron

FRENCH GREEN LENTILS

Originally grown in Puy, France, this peppery and delicate variety is now also grown in Italy and North America. A French bistro favorite, the flavorful green lentil retains its shape well after cooking. The firm texture makes it a great addition to salads and dishes.

High in Protein | High in Fiber | High in Iron

BLACK BELUGA LENTILS

Once cooked, black beluga lentils glisten beautifully, giving them a similar look to beluga caviar. The smallest of the lentils, they are faster cooking and retain more of their texture and shape, while still absorbing a lot of flavor. Great for soups, salads, and as a meat substitute. 

High in Protein | High in Fiber | High in Iron

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