from the farms of the American heartland to the mountainous quinoa fields of Peru, we've travelled the world to bring you the most wholesome heritage grains available.
Ancient Whole Grain Blend
A hearty combination of nourishing ancient grains like farro, freekeh, and grano, this versatile blend is a satisfying mix of textures with a nutty, slightly sweet flavor. Add to soups, or combine with vegetables and top with your favorite protein for a hearty side.
Ingredients: Wheat berries (farro, freekeh, grano, red wheat), red rice, rye berries. Contains wheat.
Made from young wheat kernels that are sun-dried, roasted, then cracked to reduce cooking time, our Cracked Freekeh is a unique ancient grain with a nutty flavor and aroma. Try it as a warm, comforting replacement for oatmeal with coconut cream, fresh fruit and cinnamon.
Ingredients: Wheat berries. Contains wheat.
Popular in Italy, farro is an ancient heirloom variety of wheat with a nutty flavor and firm, satisfyingly chewy texture. Combine cooked, cooled farro with creamy pesto sauce and top with grilled shrimp and feta cheese for a delicious main, or add it to soups and salads.
Ingredients: Farro. Contains wheat.
Grano, which means "grain" in Italian, is a variety of lightly pearled durum wheat that has been grown in Italy for centuries. Grano cooks to a pleasant al dente texture and is excellent in pilafs and soups. Toss with beans, dried tomatoes and herbs for a hearty main.
Ingredients: Durum wheat. Contains wheat.
Job’s Tears (Asian Barley)
Also known as Asian barley, Job’s Tears is a member of the grass family and is closely related to corn. These unique ancient grains have a sweet, toasty flavor and a tender cooked texture. Add Job's Tears to soups of all kinds and rice salads.
Red quinoa is a grain-like seed that has been grown in the South American highlands for centuries. It has the same nutty flavor as golden quinoa, but stays slightly more firm when cooked. Use it as a base for cold salads, or add texture to soups and stuffings
Red Wheat Berries
Red wheat berries are kernels of hearty winter wheat with a slightly nutty flavor and chewy texture. As the least processed form of wheat, these whole grain kernels have their nutritious bran and germ layers intact. Add to soups, stews, and cold salads or serve as a simple side dish.
Ingredients: Red wheat berries. Contains wheat.
Royal Andean® Quinoa Blend
First cultivated by ancient South American civilizations, quinoa is a versatile gluten-free grain that can be used in many applications. Substitute this colorful blend for rice, couscous or orzo, use as a base for cold salads, or to add texture to soups and stuffings.
Believed to have originated in the West Asia, spelt is an ancient relative of wheat with a firm, chewy texture and a mildly sweet flavor. Use in place of other grains such as rice, quinoa, barley, or wheat berries or stir into soups or cold salads.
Ingredients: Spelt. Contains wheat.