Tritordeum Flour

Tritordeum Flour

Tritordeum Flour - 1 kg



Tritordeum flour, low in gluten, is naturally rich in important nutrients, such as copper, zinc, lutein. The production phases of this flour is the same of that one of 60 years ago. Here an excellent raw material for baking, pasta making, brewing and for making shortbread and other cereal-based products.

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Tritordeum is the result of the natural cross between a variety of durum wheat and Hordeum chilense, a variety of wild barley.

Tritordeum flour is stone milled, grinding the seed after harvest, just as it was done 60 years ago.

Tritordeum flour is characterized by the high presence of soluble fiber, proteins, copper and zinc, which make this food excellent from a nutritional point of view.

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Weight1050 g
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Il Mulino Calogiuri -
Il Mulino Calogiuri

This is an historic company rooted in the area, it was born as an artisan mill in 1960 thanks to the intuition and entrepreneurial spirit of its founder Giuseppe Calogiuri, born in 1928.

Giuseppe, of humble peasant origins, finds himself fighting that little-told war of those who remained in the countryside between old people and children; only the foresight and desire to do will lead him to create what will become a family tradition, a tradition that has reached its third generation with the same identical principles: dedication to work and commercial fairness.

The company deals with the production and sale of flours and organic products, the production of pasta with traditional wheat (Senatore Cappelli), wholemeal and healthy flours (tritordeum), as well as the marketing of cereals and typical products, with an eye for high quality.

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