Gluten Free is a family of fantastic grains free from the proteins of gluten;

yet still full of precious nutrients and jam packed with flavour!

We believe the flavour of life comes from as much variety as possible,

and this selection of super grains offer a ton of health benefits.


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It is a pseudo-grain, like quinoa, grown by Ancient Aztec over 5000 years ago. Its name is derived from the Greek amarantos, which means “unfading”. Amaranth was a staple crop not only for Aztecs, but also Incas and Mayans, until…

Brown Rice

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For the majority of its long history, rice was a stable only in Asia until traders and conquerors introduced it to all corners of the world. Today it still is mainly cultivated in Asia and Thailand, Vietnam and China are…


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It is a triangular seed of a plant related to rhubarb and sorrel. It is a pseudo-grain with high-quality vegetable protein and rich in various nutrients and phytochemicals, making it a wonderful addition to any diet. Buckwheat is an ancient…


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It is an annual herb belonging to the mint family, and it is grown today for its edible seeds thanks to its unique nutritional properties. Originally from South Mexico and Guatemala, chia seeds were an important source for the Aztecs…


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It is a large grain plant domesticated by indigenous people in South America during prehistoric times. Today it is one of the most cultivated cereals in the world. The leafy stalk produces ears which contain the grain, which are seeds called…


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Millets are a group of small, round seeded cereal grains thought to have originated in Western Africa. They have been important food staples throughout human history and have been cultivated in East Asia for the last 10.000 years. In fact,…


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It is an ancient grain of the Andes mountain range in South America, and was once the staple food of the Incas. Today quinoa has gained recognition as supergrain due to its high levels of protein, balanced amino-acid profile, rich…


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Sorghum is a genus of plants in the grass family. Most species are native to Australia, with some extending to Africa, South America, Africa, Asia and certain islands in the Indian and the Pacific Oceans. One species, Sorghum Bicolor, native…


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Tapioca, also known as manioca, cassava o yuca, is a plant of Euphorbiaceae species, that is native of South America. It is consumed as a starch; it is naturally gluten and wheat free and therefore easy to digest. In tropical…