White Spelt Flour, Certified Organic
Organic white spelt flour.
Our organic white spelt flour is a fine light flour, with the bran sifted out. Used in the manufacture of pasta, breads, cakes, cookies & fruit loaves.
Produced from spelt grain, a highly nutritious ancient cereal grain with a delicious nutty flavour that is naturally GMO free, low sodium, no artificial colours or flavours and is preservative free.
Spelt flour is not gluten-free, however the gluten found in spelt is a lot easier for some people to digest. If you can tolerate the gluten, spelt flour is an excellent alternative for making pasta and bread!
Organic farming uses no pesticides or artificial fertilisers and works with nature to build the fertility and health of our soil while caring for our environment. Organic farming has a low carbon footprint. Pure and simple, just the way nature intended.
We pack a wide range of natural food products on shared equipment including nuts, seeds, grains and cereals. This includes sesame, peanuts, soy and gluten. While we do our best to avoid any kind of cross contamination this can occasionally occur and any of our products may contain traces of these, unless we have specified the product is gluten free certified.
Meet The Supplier
"Meet the collection of premium, nourishing foods by The Wholefood Collective.
A diverse group of high-quality pantry staples at the best prices possible.
Since our mission is to make healthy living easy and affordable, we curated this line with our core values in mind—spanning from simplicity, quality and nutrition, to social impact, the environment and supporting Aussie growers.
Now you can stock up big time on whole, real foods that serve your body and your mind. Every day staples like nuts, flours and seeds, along with fancy superfoods, spices and more!
- Organic products available at the best prices possible
- Rigorous sourcing and vetting practices to bring you the highest-quality products
- Around 100 products in categories ranging from oils and flours, to pasta and dried fruits, with more in development."