Organic Grains

We have dehulled bulk organic spelt kernel for sale. We are have shipped our spelt berries within Ontario, throughout Canada and internationally, including the US and Europe. We mainly sell wholesale bulk quantities, by the truck load, tote or bag. We can also offer small lots of our whole spelt kernels for the individual consumer. Contact us for more information.

Spelt (Triticum spelta also called dinkel wheat, hulled wheat, farro) is an ancient cereal grain that is popular in Germany and the United Kingdom, but is gaining in popularity in Canada and the United States. This species of wheat has been in cultivation since 5000BC, and is referenced in the Old Testament, in Horace’s Satire (c. 30BC), and in Dante Aleghieri’s Divine Comedy.

We have been growing organic spelt for several years, and find that it’s popularity is growing. With good reason, not only is spelt an heirloom grain in the truest sense of the word, it is lower in gluten than wheat and barley. While not completely gluten-free, spelt is an acceptable alternative for people on low gluten diets. Spelt is also high in protein, making it a delicious and nutritious wheat alternative. Our spelt mills into a nutty, delicious flour that is a suitable substitute for wheat flour in most applications.

We also have organic soy beans (feed grade soybeans and food grade soybeans) available to ship within Ontario, Canada and internationally (including the United States and overseas).

In the past we have also had organic feed grade mixed grains for sale. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you’re looking for something specific. We may be able to accommodate your needs, big or small.

All of our grain is organically certified through Pro-Cert, a globally recognized third party organic certification program that is accredited by USDA National Organic Program (NOP), the CFIA’s Canada Organic Regime (COR) and the Quebec’s Committee on Accreditation for Evaluation of Quality (CAEQ), and complies with most international organic certification programs.