Amaranth grains were once considered a staple food in the Inca, Maya and Aztec civilizations. Amaranth flour comes from the seeds of the amaranth plant. The flour is commonly used in cereals, pastas, pancakes, crackers, breads, cookies and other baked goods, and can be combined with other types of flours.
Presentations and Commercial Conditions:
Varieties : Amaranth Flour.
Types : Organic and Conventional.
Presentation : Paper Bags of 20kg.
Documents : Certificate of Origin, certificate of quality and Certificate of Analysis (COA).
Analysis : Microbiological, pesticide and mycotoxins.
Private Label Service : We offer custom-made products in different brands and presentations according client’s specification.