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Organic Amaranth Grain

Ingredients: 100% organic amaranth grain (Amaranthus caudatus (L.)).

Store in a cool dry place and keep in an airtight container once open. Please recycle our packaging.

Note: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Servings per container 11 Serving size 45g Nutrition Per 100g Energy 392kcal Total Fat 7g Carbohydrate 67g Sugars 0.1g Fibre 10g Protein 16g Salt 0g Calcium 200mg Iron 11mg Magnesium 200mg Phosphorus 450mg Potassium 390mg Vitamin B6 0.2mg

Free standard delivery to the United Kingdom on orders over £30 and to the European Union on orders over £60*. You can return your order for any reason within 14 days. For more details visit Erbology Orders.

  • Standard deliveries arrive in 3-5 working days 
  • For next day UK delivery, order before 12pm GMT Monday to Thursday
  • International deliveries outside the EU arrive in 5-10 working days

*Free standard delivery to Cyprus and Malta on orders over £70.

  1. N. I. (verified owner)

    Gluten-free grain alternative

    I have been using popped amaranth for years, so I was sure that I would like the nutty flavour of regular amaranth grains too – and I can confidently say that they quickly became one of my favourite side dishes. I haven’t tried amaranth porridge yet (it’s definitely on my list to try it though!) but my favourite way to prepare them is by making a big bowl of tabouleh with the cooked amaranth, lots of diced fresh veggies(onions, tomatoes, peppers, carrots), seasonings and a tiny bit of olive oil. 10/10 would recommend :)

    Hungary, Budapest

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  2. S. I. (verified owner)

    Not for me unfortunately

    I used the amaranth as porridge and for salads. Unfortunately, I find the texture a bit unpleasant and I think this is what mainly put me off the product. I personally am not the biggest fan of porridge in general and this cooks to quite a sticky, gelatinous, porridge-like consistency.
    The amaranth is reasonably priced bearing in mind the fact that it’s organic and non-GMO. So if you don’t mind the texture, definitely give it a go as it’s a great source of protein.
    I would be using it to make amaranth pops instead as I love those.

    United Kingdom, Portsmouth

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Organic Amaranth Grain

Organic Amaranth Grain

  • Cert. organic

    Cert. organic

  • Gluten-free

    Gluten-free

  • No additives

    No additives

  • Non-GMO

    Non-GMO

  • Raw

    Raw

Organic Amaranth Grain

£2.49

500g | 4 servings

£2.49

Organic Amaranth Grain

£2.49

500g | 4 servings

£2.49

Organic Amaranth Grain

£2.49

500g | 4 servings

£2.49

Organic Amaranth Grain

£2.49

500g | 4 servings

£2.49

Organic Amaranth Grain

£2.49

500g | 4 servings

£2.49

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Organic Amaranth Grain

£2.49

500g | 4 servings

£2.49

  • 100% organic amaranth grain
  • Earthy, nutty flavour which pairs well with sweet and savoury dishes
  • Source of high-quality protein and high in magnesium and phosphorus
  • Use as you would rice, millet or quinoa

Ingredients: 100% organic amaranth grain (Amaranthus caudatus (L.)).

Store in a cool dry place and keep in an airtight container once open. Please recycle our packaging.

Note: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Servings per container 11 Serving size 45g Nutrition Per 100g Energy 392kcal Total Fat 7g Carbohydrate 67g Sugars 0.1g Fibre 10g Protein 16g Salt 0g Calcium 200mg Iron 11mg Magnesium 200mg Phosphorus 450mg Potassium 390mg Vitamin B6 0.2mg

Free standard delivery to the United Kingdom on orders over £30 and to the European Union on orders over £60*. You can return your order for any reason within 14 days. For more details visit Erbology Orders.

  • Standard deliveries arrive in 3-5 working days 
  • For next day UK delivery, order before 12pm GMT Monday to Thursday
  • International deliveries outside the EU arrive in 5-10 working days

*Free standard delivery to Cyprus and Malta on orders over £70.

  1. N. I. (verified owner)

    Gluten-free grain alternative

    I have been using popped amaranth for years, so I was sure that I would like the nutty flavour of regular amaranth grains too – and I can confidently say that they quickly became one of my favourite side dishes. I haven’t tried amaranth porridge yet (it’s definitely on my list to try it though!) but my favourite way to prepare them is by making a big bowl of tabouleh with the cooked amaranth, lots of diced fresh veggies(onions, tomatoes, peppers, carrots), seasonings and a tiny bit of olive oil. 10/10 would recommend :)

    Hungary, Budapest

    Was this review helpful to you?
  2. S. I. (verified owner)

    Not for me unfortunately

    I used the amaranth as porridge and for salads. Unfortunately, I find the texture a bit unpleasant and I think this is what mainly put me off the product. I personally am not the biggest fan of porridge in general and this cooks to quite a sticky, gelatinous, porridge-like consistency.
    The amaranth is reasonably priced bearing in mind the fact that it’s organic and non-GMO. So if you don’t mind the texture, definitely give it a go as it’s a great source of protein.
    I would be using it to make amaranth pops instead as I love those.

    United Kingdom, Portsmouth

    Was this review helpful to you?

Why we love amaranth grain

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9 essential amino acids

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Glowing skin

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Source of iron

About our amaranth grain

Amaranth grain was once a staple food of the Aztecs. With its nutty flavour, high fibre and protein content and incredible versatility, it has earned its place in pantries from ancient to modern times.

Unusually, amaranth contains all nine essential amino acids. These can’t be produced by the body, but are important for all kinds of processes from collagen production to liver function.

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Switch up your porridge.

Amaranth grain is also high in fibre, making it gut-friendly, and has a thickening quality in liquids similar to oats or chia seeds. Its versatility makes it a great option for gluten-free porridge, salads, soups and more.

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Sustainably sourced.

  1. Our amaranth is grown sustainably by small farmers in India.
  2. It is hand-picked during the annual summer harvest season and shipped to Europe.
  3. We pack our amaranth into environmentally-friendly packaging and ship it to you, to enjoy at home.

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