Organic Chia

Chia (Salvia hispanica) is a member of the mint family. It originated in Mexico’s central valley, and was an important part of the Aztec and Mayan diets. Chia seeds are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, protein, minerals and vitamin B.

Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified and Kosher.

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

Organic Cane Sugar

Our organic cane sugar source is the Green Cane Project, a self-sustainable operation balancing quality, environmental and social commitment.

Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified and Kosher.

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

Organic Rolled Brown Rice

Enjoy rolled brown rice as a cooked breakfast cereal alone or combined with other cereal grain flakes, in granola or as an addition to soups and casseroles. Grain Place Rolled Rice is processed in a way that increases digestibility, while retaining nutrients and improving storage quality.

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

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

Organic Long Grain Brown Rice

One of the ways rice is categorized is by size: short grain has the highest starch content and makes the stickiest rice, whereas long grain is lighter and tends to remain separate when cooked. Medium grain rice falls between the other two types. All brown rice varieties are whole grains, with only the inedible outer hull removed – but none of the many nutrients. Use as a tasty side dish (e.g. pilaf), in casseroles and soups, and in rice pudding.

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

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

Organic Ancient Grain eBarley

eBarley or Ethiopian Barley is a hull-less ancient grain barley. The difference between hulled and hull-less barley starts in the field. Hulled barley or “covered barley” has a hull that adheres to the grain. Hull-less barley or “naked barley” has an outer hull that’s loosely attached to the kernel so it generally falls off during harvesting. This form of barley likely has slightly higher fiber content because it requires less processing. Use hull-less barley as you would hulled barley in soups, stews and salads.

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

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