Amazing grains: What's ancient is now new [deep dive]

Amazing grains: What's ancient is now new [deep dive]

The re-emergence of so-called ancient grains are pushing into the mainstream market, turning the amber waves of grain into a multi-hued tsunami.

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There are few categories of food with as rich a history as grains.

The re-emergence of so-called ancient grains, including pseudo grains such as quinoa and amaranth, are pushing into the mainstream market, turning the amber waves of grain into a multi-hued tsunami. The rise of old wheat varieties is also contributing to the growing tidal wave, spilling into related issues of sustainability, organics and regenerative agriculture.

Our ability to feed the world and nurture the planet need not be mutually exclusive. Wouldn’t it be amazing if grains were part of the solution that helps cure the human health epidemic and nourishes the Earth in the process? In other words, can we have our organic cake and eat it too? 

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