From Our Family Farm to Your Family's Table

Our mission at Grand Teton Ancient Grains is to restore the finest organically grown ancient foods from around the world into our modern lifestyles. We’re glad you’re joining us!

You’ve heard it said that “You are what you eat”, a truth that explains some of the physical, emotional, mental, and even spiritual challenges of our day.

Eating healthy is about much more than counting calories and carbs. We must also look at how our food is grown, prepared, served, and even the historical origins of the plant seeds.

We’re all about supporting those who are on their personal journey to health. That’s why you’re so important to this movement. Your story of wellness may become the inspiration for others who will come to you in the future to find their own answers.

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Ancient Grains

Einkorn, the most primitive wheat available on earth, contains a different type of gluten than modern wheat.

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Emmer, also known as Farro or Farro Medio, is the ancient ancestor of modern wheat and a cousin to einkorn.

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Spelt is the ancient wheat of the Romans. It is also known as Farro Grande.

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Amaranth is a naturally gluten-free pseudo-cereal that boasts a mineral-rich nutrient profile and a wide variety of uses.

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A great plant source of omega-3 fatty acids, black chia seeds are a nutritional powerhouse from central and southern Mexico.

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Millet is a tiny cereal grain that’s naturally gluten-free and is high in protein and antioxidants.

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Quinoa is a superfood pseudo-cereal all the way from South America.

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One of the earliest cultivated grains, black nile barley is a cereal grain with a wide range of uses and health benefits.

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Hemp hearts are the soft inside of hemp seeds. They are gluten-free and nutrient-rich.

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Khorasan is a large, healthy, and versatile grain from Mesopotamia. 

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Rye, an ancient grain from grass, used as a cereal for centuries in Central and Eastern Europe, brings unique flavors and colors to foods.

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Organic hard white wheat is a popular grain among bakers who want light-colored foods.

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Buckwheat is a popular fruit seed that can be used in place of grains.

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Teff originates in Ethiopia and is the smallest grain but packs a nutritional punch.

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