Sorghum Flour (Gluten Free)

by Bay State Milling

Sorghum originated in Northeast Africa as a staple food crop, but today is grown all over the world for use in foods as well as industrial applications such as biofuel production.  It is thought to be one of the top five cereal crops in the world. The US leads the way as the world’s largest producer of the grain.

Sorghum is considered an ancient grain and is used to produce sweet syrups, fermented beverages such as sorghum beer, as well as pet foods.  Most recently, however, sorghum flour has become popular for its use in gluten free items due to its inherent gluten free nature, slightly sweet flavor, smooth texture and light color. Sorghum also contributes nutritional benefits to all of these applications as it a whole grain which delivers fiber, protein and a healthy dose of antioxidants.  Sorghum tends to have a lower glycemic index than some cereal grains which may be useful in developing foods for consumers trying to control their blood sugar.  When you consider the favorable economics of sorghum, this sweet ancient grain delivers a lot of bang for the buck!


Packaging: Bag


5LB Bag: Repackaged from the larger bag in our facility


Item Number: D-0659

$68.50

Sorghum originated in Northeast Africa as a staple food crop, but today is grown all over the world for use in foods as well as industrial applications such as biofuel production.  It is thought to be one of the top five cereal crops in the world. The US leads the way as the world’s largest producer of the grain.

Sorghum is considered an ancient grain and is used to produce sweet syrups, fermented beverages such as sorghum beer, as well as pet foods.  Most recently, however, sorghum flour has become popular for its use in gluten free items due to its inherent gluten free nature, slightly sweet flavor, smooth texture and light color. Sorghum also contributes nutritional benefits to all of these applications as it a whole grain which delivers fiber, protein and a healthy dose of antioxidants.  Sorghum tends to have a lower glycemic index than some cereal grains which may be useful in developing foods for consumers trying to control their blood sugar.  When you consider the favorable economics of sorghum, this sweet ancient grain delivers a lot of bang for the buck!


Packaging: Bag


5LB Bag: Repackaged from the larger bag in our facility


Item Number: D-0659

Sorghum originated in Northeast Africa as a staple food crop, but today is grown all over the world for use in foods as well as industrial applications such as biofuel production.  It is thought to be one of the top five cereal crops in the world. The US leads the way as the world’s largest producer of the grain.

Sorghum is considered an ancient grain and is used to produce sweet syrups, fermented beverages such as sorghum beer, as well as pet foods.  Most recently, however, sorghum flour has become popular for its use in gluten free items due to its inherent gluten free nature, slightly sweet flavor, smooth texture and light color. Sorghum also contributes nutritional benefits to all of these applications as it a whole grain which delivers fiber, protein and a healthy dose of antioxidants.  Sorghum tends to have a lower glycemic index than some cereal grains which may be useful in developing foods for consumers trying to control their blood sugar.  When you consider the favorable economics of sorghum, this sweet ancient grain delivers a lot of bang for the buck!


Packaging: Bag


5LB Bag: Repackaged from the larger bag in our facility


Item Number: D-0659

Sorghum originated in Northeast Africa as a staple food crop, but today is grown all over the world for use in foods as well as industrial applications such as biofuel production.  It is thought to be one of the top five cereal crops in the world. The US leads the way as the world’s largest producer of the grain.

Sorghum is considered an ancient grain and is used to produce sweet syrups, fermented beverages such as sorghum beer, as well as pet foods.  Most recently, however, sorghum flour has become popular for its use in gluten free items due to its inherent gluten free nature, slightly sweet flavor, smooth texture and light color. Sorghum also contributes nutritional benefits to all of these applications as it a whole grain which delivers fiber, protein and a healthy dose of antioxidants.  Sorghum tends to have a lower glycemic index than some cereal grains which may be useful in developing foods for consumers trying to control their blood sugar.  When you consider the favorable economics of sorghum, this sweet ancient grain delivers a lot of bang for the buck!


Packaging: Bag


5LB Bag: Repackaged from the larger bag in our facility


Item Number: D-0659

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