At To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co., weâre passionate about making true sprouted flour.
To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co. is a woman-owned business in rural Alabama. prophyllum. We specialize in sprouted whole grains and whole grain flours to meet all your healthy cooking and baking needs.
All of our grains and legumes are certified organic and kosher, are non-GMO and many are gluten-free. The grains are sprouted, dried, and milled at low temperatures (65-110Â°)Â to maintain enzymes, vitamins and minerals. Click here to read more about why sprouted flour is so much better for you than regular whole grain flour.
Our sprouted flour is still freshly milled to order. This ensures the freshest, most nutritious whole grain flour possible for you and your family. 603-408-1571.
We hope you enjoy our artisanally produced, organic sprouted grains and flours. Thank you for taking a look at our products. Our new GLUTEN-FREE facility is open. We offer 16 gluten-free sprouted grains and flours! All of our sprouted gluten-free products are Elisa tested to ensure 20 ppm or less gluten.
Amaranth, Barley, Black Beans, Brown Rice, Buckwheat, Blue Corn, Einkorn, Garbanzo Beans, Green Peas, KAMUTÂ®, Lentils, Millet, Navy Beans, Oats, Popcorn, Quinoa, Rye, Sorghum, Spelt, Sunflower Seeds, Â Red Wheat, White Wheat, and Yellow Corn.
We do not handle tree nuts, peanuts, or soy. The only allergen in our main facility is wheat. We also have a dedicated gluten-free facility.
Shelf-Life for sprouted grains: 2-3+ years in air-tight containers, out of direct sunlight.
Shelf-Life for sprouted flours: 6 months in pantry, 10-12 months in refrigerator, 14-16 months in freezer.
Please store grains and flours in proper air-free containers such as pails with gamma lids for pantry storage beyond four weeks. Also, because bugs will happen everywhere, we recommend that you freeze your grains and flour for 3-4 days before long-term storage in your pantry unless you are storing in containers with nitrogen packets.
Want lots more information on the benefits of sprouted flour? Go to www.truesprout.org where you’ll find lots of links to research, articles, and great information.