Barley is one of the oldest grains grown in the temperate zones of the world because of its adaptability.
Established in 1324 by Edward II of England , barley was used to create the “inch” as a unit of measurement. (One inch equals three grains of barley, dry and round, placed end to end in the direction of the length).
The outer shell of barley is particularly hard and inedible; The barley is also shelled with a minimal treatment to obtain a whole grain with the sound and germ intact.
Barley is rich in nutrients (vitamins, minerals, antioxidants) and soluble and insoluble fiber (beta-glucans), which help regulate bowel function.
✓ Whole Grain Pot Barley
✓ Pot Barley Flour
✓ Cracked Pot Barley
✓ Flaked Pot Barley
✓ Malted Barley Flour