Khorasan Wheat, also known as Kamut is an ancient grain originally from the historical Khorasan region in Asia. Sustainable White Khorasan Flour has a distinctive nutty flavour, is a good source of fibre and has higher protein than wheat flour.
ASP Certified sustainable flours are made from Australian grains grown using farming techniques that support soil improvement, use natural inputs and promote the long-term sustainability of the environment. They are ideal for people that may be looking as a more affordable alternative to certified organic products who care about their food, their health and their environment.
No GMO. Unbleached & chemical free. ASP Certified sustainable.
What does ASP Certified Sustainable mean?
ASP Certified Sustainable products are fully traceable products with no nasties added. All the products are tested to be residue free, GMO free, high quality and nutrient dense. Certified sustainable farmers manage their land in an environmentally friendly way, sequestering carbon, building diversity, enriching the soil and provide an overall nutritionally superior product for you.
Store in an airtight container in the fridge to maintain optimum freshness.
Sustainable Khorasan Grain is rolled milled at Wholegrain Milling in Gunnedah, regional NSW and all of the bran is removed. Wholegrain Milling’s mission is to provide chemical free flour, milled from sustainably grown grain, traceable back to the farm. Certified sustainable farmers use regenerative farming methods to promote healthy soils and improve the environment.
ASP Certified Sustainable farmers understand and nurture the relationship between soil and plant health. They know that by building better soil health and improving the natural cycling of nutrients, they produce healthier plants that are less susceptible to disease and insect attack. This flour is fully traceable, clean and nutritious and grown in a way that nurtures diversity and natural fertility in the soil.
Independent emissions calculations on the sustainable wheat farming show 75% less Green House Gas emissions than conventional wheat farming.