Raw White Buckwheat
Whole raw white buckwheat is a nutritional powerhouse. Oprah calls buckwheat a Super Food! Despite its name, buckwheat is not a member of the wheat family and is botanically speaking a fruit!
Delicious and exotic Himalayan long grain red rice has a nutty/earthy flavor, soft texture and beautiful red russet color.
Rosemary is distinguishable by its needle-like leaves. Used in many dishes, rosemary provides a rich and abundant flavor. Rosemary is extremely high in iron, calcium, and Vitamin B6.
Sesame Seeds (Hulled)
These hulled sesame seeds are lighter in color than the natural variety. Often found on top of rolls, these seeds are ideal for baking and cooking.
Spearmint can be used to help flavor any dish with that wonderful mint taste. You can even mix with teas.
Sugar Coated Chickpeas
Crunchy chickpeas covered in a sweet pastel coating. These sugar-coated chickpeas are a sweet surprise indeed.
Sweet White Rice
Sweet White Rice, often referred to as dessert sushi rice because of its slightly sweet flavor and sticky texture, is ideal for forming sushi or making rice pudding.
These wasabi peanuts are really great. Watch out for the kick! Definitely one of our hottest items.
Looking for a snack with a kick? These wasabi coated green peas are sure to open your eyes and taste buds. Crunchy, spicy and oh-so-good!
A sweet and delectable dried pineapple that everyone loves!
Raw Almonds (In Shell)
All natural, peerless, grade A almonds, high in protein, calcium and zinc. These almonds are pasteurized.
Soy Protein (TVP)
Texturized vegetable protein makes the perfect meat substitute for vegetarians. This soy protein is packed with 50% soy protein. Very versatile soy protein will absorb the flavor of anything you cook with it.
All natural delicious dried blackeyed peas. Soak overnight and boil for 30 minutes for perfect blackeyed peas.
Celery seeds can be used as a flavoring or spice. Use as a whole seed or grind and mix with salt to create a celery salt.
Delicious chopped peanuts with no salt. Ideal for ice cream toppings, baking, and cooking. Also known as granulated peanuts.
Deliciously sweet dried grapes. Dark raisins are high in iron. Excellent for snacks. Even the kids love them. Great for baking as well.
A tropical dried fruit, very tasty. Some say dried papaya can act like an aphrodisiac. You'll never know until you try it!
Dried Papaya (Chunks)
Dried papaya chunks are just like our delicious papaya spears, only cut into smaller pieces. These are great for mixing into cereals, sharing with a pet bird or baking. A great source of Vitamin A.
Dried Papaya (Diced)
Diced dried papaya is just like our papaya spears, only diced into smaller pieces. These are great for mixing into cereals, sharing with a pet bird or baking.
Fava Beans (Giant)
Imported from Peru, these raw giant fava beans are absolutely incredible. Cook some up in a stew or even fry them for a tasty treat.
Fennel seeds emit an agreeable, warm, sweet odor, somewhat similar to that of anise. They even have a licorice taste! Great for pizza sauces and toppings, Italian sausages, and specialty breads.
Ground cinnamon is a widely used spice found in many desserts, chocolates, spicy candy, tea, hot cocoa, and liqueurs. It can also be used in pickling.
Jumbo Flame Raisins
Our jumbo flame raisins are plump, moist, and delicious. Flame raisins are famous for their sweetness, so they're a yummy, healthy snack. They're perfect for baking, too!
Organic Bulgur Wheat
All natural organic bulgur wheat is a nutritious whole grain made from precooked wheat kernels. Perfect for tabouli salad and other healthy dishes.
Organic Kamut ® Cereal
Organic Kamut Cereal, made from plump hard amber spring Kamut grain, is slowly stone ground to perfect cereal granulation.
Organic Navy Beans
All natural organic Navy Beans. Cook in soups or by themselves. Makes for an extremely healthy side dish. Packed with protein and iron.
Organic Popcorn Kernels
Organic popcorn kernels are all natural, organic fresh unpopped popcorn kernels from the Midwest. Now you can enjoy delicious movie theater in your home.
Organic Steel Cut Oats
All natural Organic Steel Cut Oats are perfect for making that warm bowl of breakfast oatmeal.
These blue, beautiful poppy seeds are bursting with bold, nutty flavor and have dozens of popular applications. Poppy seeds add both flavor and texture to breads, cookies, muffins, cakes and other baked goods, and are often added to hamburger and hot dog buns to give them a little crunch. Try adding a few pinches to all your favorites from pancake batter to salad dressing.
Small Pearl Tapioca
Old fashioned small pearl tapioca. Use to make an old fashioned tapioca pudding like Grandma used to make!
The beautiful yellow to amber colored fenugreek is commonly used in the preparation of pickles, curry powder and pastes, and many Indian dishes. Also known as methi seeds.
Popular in Italy, Lupini beans make a nutritious and tasty treat. These are often sold in a brine and eaten as a snack
Mini raisins are the perfect snack. Great for cooking and baking too!
Natural imported unhulled sesame seeds used in many meals and candies.
10 Grain Cereal
A delicious blend of 10 heart healthy grains. This makes for an incredibly tasty cereal.
10 Grain Flour
A healthy blend of 10 different grains ground up into the perfect flour.
7 Grain Mix
This 7 grain mix is packed with nutrients from red and white hard wheats, oats, white soft wheat, rye, triticale, and barley. Great in pancakes, soup, and more.
8 Grain Wheatless Cereal
8-Grain Wheatless Cereal is made from stone ground corn, oats, brown rice, soy beans, oat bran, millet, barley, sunflower seeds, and flaxseed. This is one of our best tasting and most popular cereals.
Dried adzuki beans are a small dark red oval bean approximately 5mm in diameter. They have a very distinctive white ridge along one side. Adzuki beans have a strong, nutty, sweet flavor. They are popular in Asia.
Sweetened banana chips, ideal for snacks and parties. High in potassium.
All natural medium pearled barley is a member of the cereal grain. Oprah calls barley a Super Food! It is high in protein, fiber, Vitamin B6 and phosphorous. Not only is barley a low glycemic grain, it is high in both soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber helps the body metabolize fats, cholesterol and carbohydrates, and lowers blood cholesterol levels. Insoluble fiber commonly called "roughage", promotes a healthy digestive tract and reduces the risk of cancers affecting it. A recent study has shown that eating whole barley can help regulate blood sugar for up to 10 hours!
Barley is excellent in breakfast cereals, soups, stews, as a rice substitute in risotto, and even in bread.
All natural hulled barley flakes. These are similar to rolled oats but are barley instead. Use in baking, breads, or cook up like oatmeal for a delicious breakfast treat.
Barley Grits, also known as barley meal, tiny chunks of the barley grain, can be substituted in recipes calling for grits or meal.
Bay Leaves (Laurel Leaves)
Bay leaves (laurel leaves) are used in cooking to deliver a distinct flavor and fragrance to soups, stews, meats, seafood, and vegetable dishes.
A shelled raw peanut with the shell and skin taken off. These are ideal for baking or personal roasting and have become a top seller to our baking customers.
Bulgur wheat is an easy-to-use, low-calorie, whole grain. Bulgur wheat has been used in Middle Eastern dishes for three thousand years, and is very nutritious. Our bulgur wheat is perfect for making tabouli salad!
Cajun Roasted Peanuts (Salted, in Shell)
Craving that salty, spicy, and crunchy snack? Look no further than these awesome cajun roasted peanuts. Break open the shell on these first and then savor the spicy peanuts inside.
Made from raw chickpeas ground into a flour, this is a great substitute for wheat flour. These can be used to make falafel, pancakes, or even fritters.
Couscous is a coarsely ground semolina pasta made from the hard part of the wheat. It makes an excellent side dish instead of rice. It tasts great when mixed with other herbs, meats, or fish.
Sometimes called shell beans, these cranberry beans are not just beautiful to look at, they are delicious to eat.
Excellent in many soups and stocks, dill seed provides excellent flavor to any dish. Can be used for pickling also
Wanting to add something extremely healthy to your diet regimen? Then brown flax seeds in the shell are the way to go! To get the most health benefits out of the flax seed we recommend grinding them.
A perfect substitute for those who can't use table sugar. Use in baking as well.
Golden Flax Seed
These golden flax seeds are packed with vitamins and minerals and are particularly high in omega-3 fatty acids. To get the most health benefits out of the flax seeds we recommend grinding them.
All natural delicious dried lima beans. Soak overnight and boil for 30 minutes for perfect lima beans.
Hulled millet is a wonderfully tasty grain. Millet is rich in B vitamins, especially niacin, B6 and folic acid, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and zinc.
Millet flour is a perfect substitute to traditional wheat flours. Made from stone ground hulled millet.
Mung beans are a small cylindrical bean with a sharp green color. Mung beans are used primarily for sprouting and produce the sprouts most commonly found in Chinese cuisine.
Oat Bran (Fine)
Made from dehulled oats and ground fine. Excellent if eaten as a hot cereal, mixed in baked goods, or blended in smoothies. Very nutritious.
Organic 6 Grain Hot Cereal
A delicious blend of 6 all natural organic heart healthy grains. This makes for an incredibly tasty cereal.
Organic Black Beans
All natural organic Black Beans. Cook in soups or by themselves. Makes for an extremely healthy side dish. Packed with protein and iron.
Organic Chickpeas (Raw)
All natural organic Chickpeas. Also known as Garbanzo beans. Cook in soups or by themselves. Makes for an extremely healthy side dish.
All natural organic corn flour. Stone ground coarsely from yellow corn. It is comprised of the entire corn kernel; pericarp, endosperm, and germ. Use in any baking and for delicious corn bread!
Organic Cracked Wheat Berries
Organic cracked wheat is very popular as a hot cereal. It is also added to bread recipes to give a delicious crunchy texture.
Organic Dark Rye Flour
Organic Dark Rye Flour is 100% stone ground from organic U.S. #1 dark, plump rye berries. Our Dark Rye Flour makes an outstanding hearty robust peasant-style bread.
Organic Evaporated Cane Juice
Organic evaporated cane juice is not processed as much as table sugar and retains more of the nutrients from the sugar cane. It can be substituted for all uses of table sugar.
Organic Graham Flour
Organic Graham Flour is coarsely stone ground whole wheat flour made from U.S. #1 dark northern spring wheat. Use to achieve a coarse, hearty, whole grain bread.
Organic Green Lentils
Organic and all natural Green Lentils. Cook in soups, stews, or by themselves. Makes for an extremely healthy side dish.
Organic Green Split Peas
All natural organic Green Split Peas. Cook in soups or by themselves. Makes for an extremely healthy side dish and an awesome Split Pea Soup!
Organic Hard White Wheat Flour
Organic with nothing added, our organic hard white wheat flour is made from only the finest organic white wheat berries.
Organic Kamut ®
Organic Kamut is absolutely delicious and very nutritious for you. A member of the wheat family, Kamut is considered the "high energy grain" because it contains 40% more protein than the national average for wheat. As this grain hasn't been altered by modern plant breeders, it retains its ancient nutrition, flavor and goodness. It contains elevated levels of vitamin E, Thiamin, Riboflavin, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, pantothentic acid, copper and complex carbohydrates. Kamut is excellent in cereals, baked goods, and eaten as a side dish.
This long grain is best cooked in a slow cooker similar to rice and must be simmered for up to one hour.
Organic Light Brown Sugar
All natural organic light brown sugar made from pesticide free sugar cane. Perfect for any recipe calling for brown sugar. Sprinkle on fruit as well.
Organic Pinto Beans
Organic natural Pinto Beans. Cook in soups, stews, or by themselves. Makes for an extremely healthy side dish. Perfect as a side dish when you make your next Mexican meal.