Products in the spotlight

Products in the spotlight

Quinoa bread

Quinoa bread

The seed which resembles a grain

€ 2,45

Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) is housed in the case of the pseudo-cereals because unlike other crops such as wheat and rye, does not belong to the real crops. The plant belongs to the Amaranthaceae family and is related to spinach, Swiss chard and beetroot. The fruits of the plant are processed in the form of whole grains or flour. Quinoa comes from the Andes, where it has been used for thousands of years. The most important producing countries today are Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador. The grain was with various ceremonies and pagan rituals connected,which were prohibited by the Spanish conquest, and thus for a moment forgotten. Some time ago quinoa was rediscovered as a food and currently it is one of the most appreciated "superfoods".

Father's day cake

Father's day cake

We're sorry for the gray hair... HAPPY FATHER'S DAY!

€ 12,95

Available from 3 June until 15 June 2019

Oat bread

Oat bread

Oats, a "forgotten" grain

€ 2,45

There are many soluble fiber in the oat grain: so-called beta glucans. These ones improve digestion, and much more importantly: they lower cholesterol levels... Tasty oat flavor and full of aroma, soft, tasty crumb, nice and long tender, real nutrient-rich food_ also for children, both with sweet and savory toppings to combine, high-quality composition (oats wholemeal flour, rolled oat flakes and oat groats)

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