The emmer flour type 1300 is produced from the grain of the ancient cereal emmer. It is particularly suitable for rolls, loaves and doughs.
One of the oldest cereals known to man, emmer was cultivated as early as 12,000 years ago. Like spelt, it produces a husked grain, meaning that the grain is firmly enclosed in the husk and remains there even after threshing. Only once inside the mill are the grains separated from the husks through the so-called dehulling process.
|1507 kJ / 356 kcal
|of which saturated
|of which sugar
|< 0,01 g
These values are subject to the usual fluctuations for natural products.
Ingredients: Emmer flour
Allergens: Contains grain with a gluten content.
In our emmer-recipe brochure you can find informations about the primordial grain Emmer and
next to a recipe for emmerbread and Crunchy emmer crackers also one for an emmer-spelled-nut plait.