Ancient grains

Ancient grains research assistant

Ancient grains

Ancient grains such as quinoa and chia are rising in popularity along with consumers' perception of their healthful qualities.

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Rising stars among ancient grains

- Up and comers like versatile millet and hearty farro are the latest ancient grains to take off in menu and product application.

Ancient grains on the long road to ubiquity

- Quinoa proliferates on menus while farro shows growth, too, according to Datassential.

Opportunities persist for gluten-free baked foods

- Ancient grains and rice flour may add a twist to a traditional snack.

Little extras go a long way in baked foods

- Inclusions add appeal, flavor and texture to products.

Adventures in ancient grains

- The unique flavors and textures of wholesome, underutilized crops like farro, buckwheat and barley have modern appeal.