Organic Hulled Spelt

An ancient and distant cousin of common wheat, spelt can be used just as you would use wheat. Spelt has a slightly nuttier and sweeter flavor, and is higher in protein, fiber and B vitamins, and is more easily digested. It can be ground into flour, or try cooked hulled spelt as a substitute for rice or potatoes, or add to soups and salads.

Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, Kosher and 100% Whole Grain.

Processed in a facility that handles peanuts and processes wheat and soybeans.

Organic Soybeans

These whole, dried beans are nutritional powerhouses that contain all essential amino acids – that is, like meat, fish and poultry, soybeans are a complete source of protein. To prepare, soak the beans and allow plenty of cooking time. Add cooked beans to soups and stews. Roasted soynuts are a favorite way to enjoy soybeans.

Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, and Kosher.

Processed in a facility that handles peanuts and processes wheat.

Organic Rye Flour

Rye flour is milled from whole grain rye (including the bran, endosperm and germ) and retains most of its nutrients. Use it as a partial substitution for other grain flours in baked goods. Rye flour is lower in gluten than wheat, so combine it with wheat flour in yeast breads.

Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, Kosher and 100% Whole Grain.

Processed in a facility that handles peanuts and processes wheat and soybeans.

Organic Rye

Rye is the grain of rye with only the hull removed. Rye is similar to wheat, with a heartier flavor and chewy texture. Rye requires more cooking time than wheat; soaking overnight before cooking is recommended. Use as a base for a winter vegetable stir-fry or an addition to casseroles, soups, stews and breads.

Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, Kosher and 100% Whole Grain.

Processed in a facility that handles peanuts and processes wheat and soybeans.

Organic White Popcorn

There is very little difference between white and yellow popcorn. Yellow popcorn has just slightly less carbohydrates. Both contain 15% of the daily value of fiber, and each contain equal amounts of fat and protein. In the end it comes down to personal preference and we think both choices are delicious!

Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, Kosher and 100% Whole Grain.

Processed in a facility that handles peanuts and processes wheat and soybeans.