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Learning More About Ancient Grains

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Ancient grains continue to gain strong headway in the retail marketplace, as consumers seek out unique flavors of breads. To learn more, bake reached out to Tess Brensing, food scientist and technical product manager at Archer Daniels Midland. Ancient grains are gaining significant traction in the artisan bread baking sector, as retail bread bakers seek to create unique flavor profiles…. Read more »

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CGC grain safety programs recognized for rigor and credibility

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The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) has recognized the Canadian Grain Commission’s (CGC) grain safety certification programs, noting the programs demonstrate “rigor and credibility.” The GFSI is a food safety certification program benchmarking system operated by the Consumer Goods Forum, which represents nearly 400 food retailers, manufacturers, service providers, and other stakeholders from over 70 countries. As part of its… Read more »

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Amaranth: A superfood or a high GI seed?

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Amaranth (also known as Kiwicha seeds) has been regarded as both a superfood and high GI seed we shouldn’t have in excess if we want to lose weight. So which health claim should we believe? Ancient seeds and grains from distant parts of the Earth are always being marketed for their superfood qualities and their extraordinary power to improve your… Read more »

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