Ancient grains are crossing over. In January, General Mills will launch Cheerios + Ancient Grains, which contain oats, quinoa, Kamut wheat and spelt (and, ahem, 4 grams more sugar than Original Cheerios). Kashi will soon debut new Sprouted Grains, an addition to the brand’s Organic Promise line. These are just two examples of the hundreds, if not thousands, of new products coming out as ancient grains mature from the bulk bins of hippie co-ops to the in
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