Rice & Grains

Rice & Grains are energy-giving staples that have been cultivated for thousands of years around the world. They have excellent health benefits and can be used in traditional cuisines and ethnic cooking. Their extraordinary flavours and pleasing textures can be easily included in your lifestyle through an array of sweet and savoury dishes.


Freekeh

Freekeh

According to legend, Freekeh originated by accident when an ancient Middle Eastern village was attacked and their young wheat fields were set ablaze. In attempts to salvage their crops, the villagers rubbed away the burnt chaff and found that the roasted kernels inside were delicious! Since that time, Freekeh (which literally means, “to rub”) became a mainstay of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine


3 Rice Mix

3 Rice Mix

A fresh mix of organic long grain brown rice, red rice and wild rice in various quantities.

PER 50g SERVING:

Energy

750.5kj177kcal

Sugar

0.50g

Fat

1.20g

Saturates

0.25g

Salt

0.05g

18.0%

1.0%

2.4%

0.5%

0.1%

% of your guideline daily amount


Quinoa

Quinoa

Native to South America, quinoa has a nutty, light taste with a neutral flavour. It can be made into a pilaff, porridge or stuffing and can be added to salads, soups and stews.

PER 50g SERVING:

Energy

804.5kj190kcal

Sugar

6.65g

Fat

2.90g

Saturates

0.25g

Salt

0.01g

46.7%

13.3%

5.8%

0.5%

0.0%

% of your guideline daily amount


Red Quinoa

Red Quinoa

Quinoa is a staple food of the ancient civilisations of the Andes of South America, mainly Peru and Ecuador. Its red colour gives it a distint look and since it holds its shape better has a crunchier texture than quinoa.

PER 50g SERVING:

Energy

804.5kj190kcal

Sugar

6.65g

Fat

2.90g

Saturates

0.25g

Salt

0.01g

46.7%

13.3%

5.8%

0.5%

0.0%

% of your guideline daily amount


Black Quinoa

Black Quinoa

Earthy and sweeter than ivory coloured quinoa, black quinoa still retains its intense colour upon cooking. Great for salads and mixing with other grains such as wild rice, millet or buckwheat

PER 50g SERVING:

Energy

804.5kj190kcal

Sugar

6.65g

Fat

2.90g

Saturates

0.25g

Salt

0.01g

46.7%

13.3%

5.8%

0.5%

0.0%

% of your guideline daily amount


Quinoa Trio

Quinoa Trio

Quinoa is high in protein, calcium and iron. Its neutral flavour allows it to take on the flavours of the other ingredients in your recipe. Quinoa Trio attractive colours makes it ideal to be used in stuffings and salads

PER 50g SERVING:

Energy

804.5kj190kcal

Sugar

6.65g

Fat

2.90g

Saturates

0.25g

Salt

0.01g

46.7%

13.3%

5.8%

0.5%

0.0%

% of your guideline daily amount


Fine Bulgar

Fine Bulgar

A traditional ingredient in the Middle East, bulgar is made from the wholegrain of wheat that has been steame, hulled, dried and then crushed. Full of nutrition, fine bulgur can be enjoyed cold in salads, like Tabbouleh or warm in North African inspired dishes

PER 50g SERVING:

Energy

732.5kj175kcal

Sugar

0.60g

Fat

0.75g

Saturates

0.25g

Salt

0.25g

11.0%

1.2%

1.5%

0.5%

0.5%

% of your guideline daily amount


Medium Bulgar

Medium Bulgar

A traditional ingredient in the Middle East, bulgar is made from the wholegrain of wheat that has been steame, hulled, dried and then crushed. Full of nutrition, fine bulgur can be enjoyed cold in salads, like Tabbouleh or warm in North African inspired dishes

PER 50g SERVING:

Energy

732.5kj175kcal

Sugar

0.60g

Fat

0.75g

Saturates

0.25g

Salt

0.25g

11.0%

1.2%

1.5%

0.5%

0.5%

% of your guideline daily amount


Wheat Grain

Wheat Grain

Being a wholegrain, its germ and bran have not been removed making wheat grain a rich source of fibre, protein, B vitamins, iron and folic acid. It is an extremely versatile grain with a mild, sweet flavour. Also known as wheat berries.

PER 50g SERVING:

Energy

787kj186.5kcal

Sugar

2.00g

Fat

4.50g

Saturates

1.00g

Salt

0.03g

70.8%

4.0%

9.0%

2.0%

0.1%

% of your guideline daily amount


Organic Amaranth

Organic Amaranth

These highly nutritious gluten free seeds are grown in cold climates such as India, China, USA and Bolivia. Hardly prepared on its own, amaranth is usually added to another grain like rice or buckwheat for added nutritional value. Toasting the seeds before cooking them allows them to remain separate.

PER 50g SERVING:

Energy

787kj186.5kcal

Sugar

2.00g

Fat

4.50g

Saturates

1.00g

Salt

0.03g

70.8%

4.0%

9.0%

2.0%

0.1%

% of your guideline daily amount