Organic Amaranth Flour
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Amaranth seeds get their name from the Greek word for “immortal,” because the amaranth plant is indestructible! Spanish conquistadores banned the Aztecs from cultivating amaranth grain, but it survived until interest was revived in the 1970s because of their nutritional benefits. These ancient grains contain iron, essential amino acids and dietary fiber. Amaranth oil is also used in skin products due to its humectant properties.
Like many gluten free flours, amaranth flour works well as part of a blend, especially in bread dough. Click the recipes tab, or shop organic amaranth grain to create amaranth porridge and more!
Good things come to those who bake: DO NOT EAT RAW DOUGH OR BATTER.
To Your Good Health
This gluten free product was handled exclusively in our dedicated gluten free facility and tested for gluten free integrity in our quality control laboratory using an ELISA Gluten Assay test.
As a continued commitment to the quality of the products we make and sell, this product has been certified Kosher by OK Kosher Certification of Brooklyn, New York.
This product is made with nutritious whole grain. Check the Whole Grain Stamp on the package for more information.
All Bob’s Red Mill products are vegetarian. This product is also vegan, meaning it does not include eggs, dairy or honey.
Our stone-ground flours and meals are made the old fashioned way, on our slow-turning quartz-stone mills. This time honored technique maintains cool temperatures, which preserves the natural flavor and healthy nutrition of the grains.
This product was grown and produced using a uniform set of methods established by the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Organic Program and third-party certified organic by Quality Assurance International.
Non-GMO Project Verified
Bob’s Red Mill products are made without the use of bioengineering and use ingredients grown from identity preserved seeds. Currently, more than 240 of our products have been verified with the Non-GMO Project. Visit NonGMOProject.org for the full list.