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1000 Springs Mill – Organic Hard Red Spring Wheat Berries | Used for Cereals and Salads, Whole Wheat Bread, Fresh Flour, Sprouting Seeds, and more | Bulk Dried Grain | Resealable Bag | 16oz (Pack of 4)
1000 Springs Mill
We believe that you and your family deserve the best quality food, free of harsh chemicals and unnecessary additives, the way food was intended. We worked for 3 years so our soil could be cleaned of all pesticides and chemicals, leaving us with the healthiest product possible. We did this because we know how eating unhealthy foods can make you feel depleted and fatigued. You don’t have to settle anymore for unhealthy foods. With our products, you can grow together as a family. Thousand Springs Mill, Healthy People, Healthy Future.
Who We Are
1000 Springs Mill in Buhl, Idaho – locally owned, third generation organic and NON-GMO organization producing products to benefit our local community. Our passion is Healthy People, Healthy Future. Being local farmers isn’t what we do, it’s who we are.
Package Dimensions:6.1 x 6.02 x 2.2 inches; 1.01 Pounds
Manufacturer:1000 Springs Mill
✅ 100% ORGANIC & NON-GMO: USDA Certified Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified. By focusing on healthy soil and regenerative agriculture, we offer nutritious food to ensure Healthy People. Healthy Future.
✅ HEALTHY DIET: Wheat berries benefit the health of your heart and bones, aids in weight loss, prevents anemia, promotes blood sugar control, and supports regularity. They are high in fiber, iron, and protein as well as magnesium and vitamin E, and low in calories and fat.
✅ DELICIOUS TASTE: The slightly sweet, nutty flavor of wheat berries works well in both sweet and savory dishes. Wheat berries absorb some of the flavors from any dressing or sauce you serve them in as well.
✅ REGENERATIVE FARMING: Grown by third generation family farms in Buhl, Idaho, our organic and regenerative approaches to agriculture focus on improving our soil and reversing climate change by rebuilding soil organic matter and restoring soil biodiversity.