Oats

Grain Place Foods offers the following Oats products:

Organic Rolled Oats – Available online!
Organic Toasted Oat Groats – Available online!
Organic Favorite Five™ Mixed Grains – Available online!

Oats Rolled LROatsStabGroats72dpiFavorite 5 LROats is a hardy cereal grain able to withstand poorer soil conditions than many other crops. Grown throughout the world, oats has been an important food for people and livestock for hundreds of years. The perfect hot breakfast cereal, oatmeal is also widely used in baking, as a filler in dishes like meatloaf, and in many prepared cereals. Oats surpasses other cereal grains including wheat, barley, corn and wheat in protein and several other nutrients, and its fiber content – especially the soluble fiber beta glucan – is recognized for lowering blood cholesterol.

Rolled Oats

NEW WG stamp ver. 3.AIA steaming hot bowl of oatmeal has always been a great way to start the day. Tasty and nutritious, oats are rich in fiber, particularly the cholesterol-lowering soluble fiber beta-glucan. Our rolled oats is processed in a way that increases digestibility, while retaining nutrients and improving storage quality.

 

 

 

Oat Groats

NEW WG stamp ver. 3.AIOat Groats are the least-processed form of oats.  Only the hull is removed, groats retain the germ, the fiber-rich bran, and the endosperm.  Oat groats are a good source of avenanthramides which have been shown to have high antioxidant activities. These nutty, chewy groats can be used as a hot cereal, or paired with kale for a tasty side dish.  Try soaking oat groats for an hour to cut cook-time in half.

 

Favorite Five™ Mixed Grains

NEW WG stamp ver. 3.AIOur own top-selling certified organic wholesome blend of rolled oats, rolled barley, rolled wheat, rolled rye and hulled sesame seeds. Favorite Five™ is a high fiber, high protein and delicious way to power your day.

 

 

 

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Allergy statement

Oats do not contain gluten; however, note that these oat products are processed on the same equipment on which wheat, barley and soybeans are processed, and are handled in the same plant that handles sesame seeds and peanuts.