Food start-up Organic Grains launches web site

by Jeff Gelski
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Organic Grains
Organic Grains has launched a web site in which customers may shop for organic grains and flours.
 
DENVER, COLORADO, U.S. — Organic Grains, L.L.C., a food start-up company, has launched www.organicgrains.com, a web site in which customers may shop for organic grains and flours. The flours are custom-milled and delivered within days. The web site also includes recipes.

The Denver-based company offers traditional grains such as wheat, rye, corn and triticale along with ancient grains such as quinoa, chia, amaranth, Kamut and millet. Sprouted grains and flours also are available. Products range from 1 lb to 5 lbs in size.

“We are committed to providing healthy, organic grains and organic flours to our customers,” said Tim Devey, director of Organic Grains. “Grains are the unsung heroes of the past and of the future, and we want to get their story out there. Most people aren't familiar with all the grains that have been staples around the world for millennia, many of which are high in protein, fiber and even omega-3s. It's time all those grains were brought together in one place.”

Organic Grains
Traditional and ancient grains are available on the web site, while the flours may be custom-milled.
 
According to the company’s web site, all products are certified organic by the Texas Department of Agriculture.

The company’s grains mainly are sourced from the United States and Canada, while its ancient grains are sourced from audited facilities in areas such as South America and India, Organic Grains said.

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