sprouted grain


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sprouted grain

used as feed; see hydroponics.
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Sprouted grains have become an increasingly popular food among natural health-oriented consumers because they are higher in fiber, vitamins and minerals than traditional grains.
Other products among the more than 60 offered by Food for Life include the somewhat lighter 7 Sprouted Grains and Cinnamon Raisin Sprouted Grains bread, Genesis 1:29 bread (not flourless), tortillas, and hot dog buns.
where sales of products featuring sprouted grains are on track for more than $250 million by 2018.
The Shiloh Farms tradition began in 1942 and continues today with an extensive line of organic-certified flours, cereals, grains, dried fruits, nuts, beans, cheeses and sprouted grain breads.
thinkThin Protein & Fiber Hot Oatmeal is made with wholesome super grains of whole rolled oats, steel cut oats, sprouted grains and quinoa and is sold as a multi-pack box of six packets or a single serving bowl.
Consumers can choose from a range of four flavors from a scrumptious blend of real berries in Farmer's Market Berry Crumble; a delicious fusion of flavors in Madagascar Vanilla, Almonds, Pecans; a hearty and nutritious mix in Original Sprouted Grains (box only); and a sweet, nutty option in Honey Peanut Butter (bowl only).
The Company's new breakfast cereals are: Special K Protein Cinnamon Brown Sugar Crunch, Special K Gluten Free, Kashi Sprouted Grains Multi-Grain, Kellogg's Raisin Bran with Cranberries, Froot Loops Bloopers and new flavors in its Bear Naked Granola.
Highlights include protein, sprouted grains, and gluten-free options
For example, the following feeds are not allowed: grain or grain byproducts; corn kernel or corn kernel byproducts; cake or meal foodstuffs; concentrates; food processing byproducts or waste; small grain or corn allowed to mature past the vegetative state; and sprouted grains.