Organic Whole Amaranth | 2 kg
Our organic amaranth comes from certified organic farming and extremely versatile. Amaranth serves as a great contributor to a gluten-free diet.
- From organic farming
- No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives
- Perfect to accompany your dishes
- "The miracle grain" to the Incas
incl. VAT plus shipping
Delivery time approx. 5 working days
Everything at a glance
Amaranth is a perennial food that belongs to the Amanthacae family. This is not a traditional grain, like millet or quinoa, but a gluten-free pseudo grain. In the Incan Empire, Amaranth became a valuable grain and was traded by the Aztecs almost as if it was made out of gold. Next to beans and corn, Amaranth was one of the main foods.
Today farming of Amaranth has increasingly expanded, as the demand for it in India and Latin America is continuously growing. Amaranth is known for its nutty flavour and gluten-free traits, hence it is a great addition to a gluten-free diet.
|Energy (in kj/kcal)||1565 / 374|
|thereof saturated fatty acids||1,7 g|
|thereof sugar||0 g|
|Shipment||Delivery time outside of Germany|
|Company||KoRo Handels GmbH |
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
|Storing||Store the product cool and dry|
|Ingredients||100% Amaranth** controlled organic cultivation|
|Allergens||May contain traces of soy, peanuts, edible nuts and sesame.|
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What is the KoRo price chart?In this chart, you can see the price per base unit (mainly 100g). In addition, you will learn the reason for a price reduction or increase by clicking on the information circles.
Why is the price fluctuating?Most annual product crops have an impact on the relationship between supply and demand in the market. In the event of a bad harvest, we must also pay a higher price for raw materials. Due to the strong impact of external factors such as wind, weather, climate and natural events on the harvest, we are refusing long-term cross-harvest contracts with our producers.
Why are we communicating price changes at KoRo?Open communication is very important to us and therefore part of our vision. For this reason, we would like to keep you informed of the evolution of our prices. Thus, the KoRo price chart provides a transparent overview of the evolution of the products prices over time.
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Questions about questions
Which dish can I serve with Amaranth?
You can use Amaranth as a normal side or integrate it into your soups, bakes or risottos.
How do I cook Amaranth?
First of all you need to wasch the grain with hot water to remove any bitter substances. Afterwards, put the Amaranth into boiling water and let it sit there on a low flame for about 30 minutes. Take the pot from the stove and let Amaranth swell out for another 10-20 minutes.
Is Amaranth gluten free?
Yes, it certainly is.
How many calories does cooked Amaranth have?
100grams of cooked Amaranth has around 102 calories.
How does Amaranth taste?
We would describe it’s flavour as quite nutty.