Customer demand for plant-based protein is rapidly growing around the world, health enthusiasts searching for foods and beverages made with real ingredients that are familiar, trusted, sustainably sourced and authentic.
Our Canadian Quinoa is grown on the breathtaking prairies using selective breeding, the natural way and is available in reliable abundance. Our producers have invested more than two decades of research to develop proprietary, high-yielding, non-GMO varietals of quinoa which can be traced from farm to fork.
The global quinoa seeds market is expected to register an annual growth rate of over 5% from 2020-2025, with USA accounting for more than 70% of the market.
We can also offer high-value quinoa flours, a non-GMO plant-based protein ingredient, which has already reached more than 120 countries worldwide.
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Kaniwa is a grain from a species of goosefoot, closely related to quinoa, native to the Andean region. It is a small black or brown seed with a diameter from 0.5 to 1.5mm. It has a sweet nutty taste and can be milled to make a flour, which can be used in making bread, pastry, noodles, sweets, pastry, and in baby food. It is rich in calories and protein and has a high nutritional value, with similar properties to quinoa. Kaniwa is a pseudo-cereal crop that grows well at high altitudes, where millet and quinoa do not grow, and is grown in South America. It is a good source of protein, iron, calcium, and phenolic antioxidants, beneficial for heart health.