Country of Origin: USA. Sold in 1 LB. Bags & Bulk Options Available
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Once at Gerbs all our raw ingredients are processed, packaged, handled, stored, and shipped by our specially trained staff in our family owned & operated facility in Johnston, Rhode Island on dedicated Top 11 Allergen Free, Non GMO, Vegan, and Kosher Equipment. No Co-Packers! No Co-Manufacturers! No huge box store Distributors! All areas of concern and risk for possible exposure and/or cross-contamination of the Top 11 USDA recognized food allergens. For anyone with a mild to severe food allergy or a family with one, this is why Gerbs handles all aspects of production & operation and it is why we say we are among only a handful of companies in the WORLD that can state this.
This batch and the ingredients for our Ancient Teff Grain was sourced by the Buyers at Gerbs who partner with the world’s top dedicated natural, non GMO, and organic farms, who harvest in dedicated facilities on dedicated equipment, so there is no risk of top 11 food allergen’s and/or cross contamination.
At Gerbs, our goal is to give the Allergy Community a source of stress relief in the battle of living with food allergies. That goal is what motivates Gerbs, and it is what gives us so much sincere pleasure. We welcome emails and phone calls to answer any questions you or your family may have regarding our product lines.
This is what we mean when we say our Teff Grain is Non GMO, Vegan, Kosher, and Top 11 Allergen Free:
Gluten Free (including Wheat Free)
Tree Nut Free
NOTE: Orders 10 lbs. & greater will (at Gerbs discretion) ship in one large Bulk bag/package. Please email us prior to placing your order, with special requests to avoid bulk shipments (additional charges applicable). The buyer will assume all return shipping fee’s back to Gerbs, and from Gerbs to the original shipping address. Email us directly: email@example.com
Calories 103, Calories from Fat 6
TOTAL FAT: 1g – % of Daily Values 2%
Saturated Fat 0g – % of Daily Values 0%
Trans Fat 0g
SODIUM 3mg – % of Daily Values 0%
TOTAL CARBOHYDRATE 20g – % of Daily Values 7%
Dietary Fiber 1g – % of Daily Values 4%
PROTEIN 4g – % of Daily Values 8%
High Nutritional Value
Teff is high in protein with a great combination of eight essential amino acids needed for the body’s growth and repair. It has high amounts of calcium (1 cup of cooked teff offers about 1/2 cup of calcium found in cooked spinach), manganese, phosphorous, iron, copper, aluminum, barium, thiamin, and vitamin C (which is not normally found in grains). The iron from teff is easily absorbed and is also recommended for people with low blood iron levels.
Teff is a gluten-free grain so it can be a great alternative for those living with celiac disease, having gluten intolerance or choosing a gluten-free lifestyle.
Better Manage Blood Sugars
If you’re diabetic, you might want to consider adding teff to your diet to control blood sugar levels. Teff contains approximately 20 to 40 per cent resistant starches and has a relatively low glycemic index (GI) that can help diabetics better regulate their sugar levels.
It Will Make You Go
Teff is also great for helping you go. The fiber content in this tiny little grain can help you regulate your bowel movements and keep you feeling fuller longer.
Low In Sodium
Teff is also great for those seeking to lower their blood pressure and maintain a heart healthy diet. Unprocessed teff is a better alternative compared with pre-processed, cooked teff which often comes with preservatives or additives that are high in sodium. If you’re worried, always double check nutritional labels.
Low In Fat
Naturally, this grain is very low in saturated fat.
You Can Do A Lot With It
Part of eating a nutritionally adequate diet is being able to incorporate superfoods like teff into all of your meals. Teff is a versatile grain and can be eaten whole, steamed, boiled or baked. Today, teff is found in a variety of products like pancakes, breads, cereals, snack bars and many other foods. Traditionally, it is used to make Ethiopian injera (sourdough bread).
It Tastes Great
Looking very much like poppy seeds, teff has a nutty, grainy taste and texture that can add dimension to your recipes and cooking. Most Ethiopian platters are served on Injera bread.
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