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Op-Ed: Ancient Grains get the spotlight at annual Winter Food Show Special

San Francisco - This past weekend, Pereg Natural Foods featured among its culinary delights the ancient grains of Farro and Freekeh. These little-known grains in the West are joining the ranks of popular healthier grain-alternatives like quinoa.

Discover what's so special about 'ancient grains'

The American food market has gone ga-ga over so-called "ancient grains" the last few years, so much so that one cereal maker has even taken its marketing to a new level. Is this only a fad, or will these old grains become part of the world's diet?
 

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Amaranth has been cultivated for nearly 8 000 years after it was first discovered in Mesoamerica.
Amaranth has been cultivated for nearly 8,000 years after it was first discovered in Mesoamerica.
Kurt Stuber
Kamut is grown by a co-op of farmers in Montana  Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Kamut is grown by a co-op of farmers in Montana, Saskatchewan and Alberta.
POM
Ripe head of proso millet.
Ripe head of proso millet.
Kurt Stuber
Farro is an ancient grain  much like quinoa. But it is little known to the West. This past January 2...
Farro is an ancient grain, much like quinoa. But it is little known to the West. This past January 22-24, Pereg Foods featured it at the annual Winter Fancy Foods Show at Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Courtesy of Pereg Gourmet Foods, NJ
Video scene for Cheerios with ancient grains.
Video scene for Cheerios with ancient grains.
General Mills

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