Jasmine Brown Rice* 92%,|Quinoa* 2.4%*, Natural Sea Salt (*Certified Organic)
It’s 3.00pm. You’re sitting at your desk listening to Janet trying to figure out how to print, thinking ‘cake’. You’re fighting through heavy traffic to pick up the kids from school, thinking “I don’t have time for this!” and also ‘cake’. You’re trying to write an essay on Picasso’s use of the colour green, thinking ‘green cake’. Well, we’ve been thinking ‘cake’ too… Brown Rice Cakes that is.
Ceres Organics Brown Rice Cakes are light and crunchy. Airy enough to float you away… to Thailand perhaps. Which funnily enough is where they began their journey. They’re made with the Jasmine variety of rice, a heritage long grain, that’s grown organically and sustainably in its original form, in a way that helps positively shape our world, while looking after the farmers putting in all the hard work. We think that’s fair and square (or round as in this particular case). They’re then minimally processed with organically grown quinoa and a touch of sea salt. Pretty simple stuff. But this is where simple ends: Grab your guacamole, harness your hummus, seize your sauerkraut – Ready. Set. Rice Cake!
MSG, synthetic preservatives, refined sugar & artificial flavours NOT included.
This product is gluten free certified and carries the Crossed Grain Logo. It has been tested to have gluten levels of less than 20 parts per million (<20ppm) as per the international Codex standard.
Meet The Supplier
From humble beginnings in 1982 – grown from a mum’s simple desire to feed her two boys organic food – Ceres Organics are a premier BioGro certified organic food distributor who believe in promoting the sustainability of the earth and the lovely people on it. They were New Zealand’s very first organic food store, first BioGro certified distributor and first EcoSocial certified company.
Every step of Ceres Organics production, transportation, manufacturing and storage is certified organic and they’re endlessly passionate about their responsible and ethical sourcing philosophies – consistently sponsoring key social and environmental projects.