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British Red & White Quinoa - 500g
Hodmedod's

British Red & White Quinoa - 500g

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  • Hodmedod's Red & white Quinoa are a kitchen staple and make for a versatile ingredient. 

    A blend of Somerset red quinoa and Essex white quinoa. Like our red and white wholegrain quinoa blended Red and White Quinoa is easy to cook and great in soups and stews or for baking. But its contrasting colours really comes into their own in salads and side dishes.

    Hodmedod's red and white quinoa is grown by Emily Addicott Sauvao in Somerset (red) and Peter Fairs in Essex (white).

    • Organically grown in the uk 
    •  versatile, Britain’s most used grain
    • natural source of protein and fibre 
    • Compostable cellophane packaging 
    • Vegetarian & vegan

     

    Add fruit, nuts and other breakfast favourites for a delicious morning breakfast. 

    Ingredients

    White Quinoa (75%), Red Quinoa

    Nutrition

    Per 100 g :
    Energy (kj)1543, Energy (kcal) 356
     Fat (g)6.7 -of which Saturates (g)0/7, Carbohydrate (g)55.2, -of which Sugars (g)3.5, Fibre (g)10.5 , Protein (g)13.5 , Salt (g) <0.05g

    About the brand

    Nick Saltmarsh, Josiah Meldrum and William Hudson founded Hodmedod in 2012 to supply beans and other products from British farms.

    We work with British farms to source a range of top quality ingredients and delicious foods. We’re particularly interested in searching out less well-known foods, like the fava bean – grown in Britain since the Iron Age but now almost forgotten – and black badger peas.

    The Great British Beans project

    We founded Hodmedod following the successful Great British Beans trial project to stimulate and assess demand for indigenous pulses.

    For the trial project we bought a tonne of British-grown split fava beans, packed them up at the kitchen table, and distributed them through community groups and local shops. Each pack contained a postcard with a short questionnaire on the back to collect feedback on the beans.

    The response to the beans was overwhelmingly positive, inspiring us to establish Hodmedod to continue and develop supply of British-grown fava beans and other products.