Bob’s Red Mill

11 Aug

Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods produces more than 400 products, including a full line of certified gluten free products and an extensive line of certified organic products. With a wide variety of whole grain products, from flours and hot cereals to baking mixes and grains, Bob’s Red Mill has “whole grain foods for every meal of the day.”

Whole grains are gaining in popularity after being emphasized by the new USDA guidelines, which recommend eating at least 3 servings of whole grains every day. At Bob’s Red Mill, whole grains have been our way of life for over 25 years. Bob’s Red Mill produces a wide variety of whole grain foods and our website offers customers classic whole grain recipes and new, innovative recipes for all of our products.

Bob’s Red Mill also produces over 50 different certified organic products, including Steel Cut Oats, Whole Wheat Flour, Cornmeal, and Flaxseed Meal. At Bob’s Red Mill, our grain buyers search for the best organic grains in the world, providing our customers with high quality, whole grain organics.

Bob’s Red Mill has been praised again and again for our dedication to producing products that are free from gluten. People suffering from celiac disease, gluten intolerance, wheat allergies, or who are avoiding gluten for other health reasons can feel assured by the Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free symbol on all our certified gluten free products. This symbol informs those following a gluten free diet that our products are produced in a dedicated facility free from wheat and other gluten-containing grains or derivatives. We segregate our ingredients and thoroughly clean our equipment between production lines. This symbol also informs consumers that while there is no recognized standard, we only place our gluten free symbol on those products that meet our standard of no more than 20 parts per million which we establish through a gluten test performed in our quality control laboratory. Each product is tested before milling and after packaging. In an effort to better serve our allergen sensitive consumers, our gluten free facility is also dairy and casein free. We have hundreds of gluten free recipes available on our website and a customer service staff ready to help customers who need assistance adjusting to this lifestyle.

Bob’s Red Mill is the nation’s leader in stone milling and offers the widest diversity of whole grains found anywhere. We are dedicated to producing natural foods in the natural way. Try our outstanding products today and we guarantee that you will not be disappointed.

http://www.bobsredmill.com

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4 Responses to “Bob’s Red Mill”

  1. Jean McHugh May 18, 2011 at 9:35 pm #

    I bought Quinoa & wonder how much should I eat of it a day. I do not like meat & wonder if this takes the place of meat. thank for the information you can give to me.
    Jean McHugh

    • veghunter May 23, 2011 at 11:14 am #

      Hi,
      Thank you for your comment.
      Quinoa is considered a grain-type food that has been a staple in the South American diet and is gaining interest among Americans because of the great health benefits it offers and its versatility. It is gluten-free, making it a great grain choice for those with celiac disease, has a low glycemic index and contains fiber, which makes it a good carbohydrate choice for people with diabetes. Quinoa can be incorporated into many types of dishes, including soups, casseroles and salads, and can be enjoyed as a side dish like rice and potatoes.
      Serving Size and Calories

      According to the USDA MyPyramid recommendations, women between 19 and 50 should consume approximately six servings of grain foods daily, men from 19 to 30 should eat eight and men from 31 to 50 should eat seven. Of your daily grain servings, at least half should be whole grain foods. The USDA defines one serving of cooked quinoa as one half-cup, or 1 oz. equivalent, about 93 g. This serving of quinoa contains approximately 110 calories. Quinoa is an excellent food to meet your whole grain food servings in a day. (www.livestrong.com)
      The quinoa seed is high in protein, calcium and iron, a relatively good source of vitamin E and several of the B vitamins. It contains an almost perfect balance of all eight essential amino acids needed for tissue development in humans. It is exceptionally high in lysine, cystine and methionine-amino acids typically low in other grains. It is a good complement for legumes, which are often low in methionine and cystine. The protein in quinoa is considered to be a complete protein due to the presence of all 8 essential amino acids. Some types of wheat come close to matching quinoa’s protein content, but grains such as barley, corn, and rice generally have less than half the protein of quinoa. Quinoa is 12% to 18% protein and four ounces a day, about 1/2-cup, will provide a childs protein needs for one day.

      If you have anymore questions feel free to ask.

      Hope this helps.

  2. Tiera Haislett October 9, 2012 at 6:16 am #

    i have some weight allergy and what i do is just bake some cake that are made out of guar gum. *.*,’

    Our own blog site
    http://www.foodsupplementdigest.com/benefits-of-jojoba-oil/

    • veghunter November 5, 2012 at 8:43 am #

      Thanks for taking a look at the veghunter blog. I enjoyed browsing through your blog too!

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