Amaranth

AMARANTH - Kosher/Gluten Free

The name Amaranth hails from the Greek for "never-fading flower." Amaranth was a staple in the diets of ancient Aztecs and Incas who believed it had supernatural powers. Known by many names; Kiwicha ... more
Buckwheat Flour

BUCKWHEAT FLOUR - Kosher/Gluten Free

Buckwheat is a short season crop that does well on poor soils. Buckwheat is not technically a grain but is a fruit, an annual related to Rhubarb and Sorrel. Native to Central Asia, Buckwheat was ... more
Buckwheat Groats

BUCKWHEAT GROATS - Kosher/Gluten Free

Buckwheat is a short season crop that does well on poor soils. Buckwheat is not technically a grain but is a fruit, an annual related to Rhubarb and Sorrel. Native to Central Asia, Buckwheat was ... more
Black Chia Seeds

CHIA SEED, BLACK - Kosher/Gluten Free

Most of us are familiar with the little "Chia Pets" but lesser known are the nutritious seeds used to grow them. This high energy endurance food contains the highest plant source of ... more
White Chia Seeds

CHIA SEED, WHITE - Kosher/Gluten Free

Most of us are familiar with the little "Chia Pets" but lesser known are the nutritious seeds used to grow them. This high energy endurance food contains the highest plant source of ... more
Polenta

CORN POLENTA - Gluten Free

Corn is the only grain whose origin can be traced to the Americas. When Christopher Columbus landed in modern day Cuba some of his crew went inland and came across maize. Corn was then brought back to ... more
Italian Style Coarse Polenta

CORN POLENTA, COARSE ITALIAN STYLE - Kosher/Gluten Free

Corn is the only grain whose origin can be traced to the Americas. When Christopher Columbus landed in modern day Cuba some of his crew went inland and came across maize. Corn was then brought back to ... more
White Coarse Polenta

CORN POLENTA, WHITE COARSE - Kosher/Gluten Free

Corn is the only grain whose origin can be traced to the Americas. When Christopher Columbus landed in modern day Cuba, some of his crew went inland and came across maize. Corn was then brought back ... more
Fine White Polenta

CORN POLENTA, WHITE FINE - Kosher/Gluten Free

Corn is the only grain whose origin can be traced to the Americas. When Christopher Columbus landed in modern day Cuba some of his crew went inland and came across maize. Corn was then brought back to ... more
Giant White Corn for Posole

CORN WHITE GIANT FOR POSOLE - Kosher/Gluten Free

Corn (Maize)is an honored crop that was considered “a gift of the gods” by the Indians of Mexico. The Pueblo Indians and their ancestors the Anasazi relied on corn, beans, squash and ... more
Freeze Dried Sweet Corn

CORN, SWEET, FREEZE DRIED - Kosher/Gluten Free

Sweet corn occurs as a spontaneous mutation in field corn and was grown by several Native American tribes. The Iroquois were the first to share sweet corn with European settlers in 1779. Its sweet ... more
Blue Cornmeal

CORNMEAL, BLUE - Kosher/Gluten Free

Maize has been a prized grain for many great cultures and still continues to be the backbone of modern American agriculture. Although different colored corns were planted, Blue Corn became one of the ... more
Cuitlachoche Corn Smut

CUITLACOCHE ( CORN SMUT ) - Gluten Free

Cuitlacoche (wheet-lah-KOH-chay) or Huitlacoche, is also known by the names Corn Smut and Maize Mushroom. Cuitlacoche is actually a corn fungus (Ustilago Maydis) that produces large, distorted growths ... more
Brown Flax Seed

FLAX SEED, BROWN - Kosher/Gluten Free

The seeds of the Flax plant have been a source of food and medicine since ancient times. Used as provisions in Asia and Europe since at least 6000 BCE, the plant’s brown seeds were commonly used ... more
Golden Flax Seed

FLAX SEED, GOLDEN - Kosher/Gluten Free

The seeds of the Flax plant have been a source of food and medicine since ancient times. Used as provisions in Asia and Europe since at least 6000 BCE, the plant’s seeds were commonly used to ... more
Hemp Hearts, nutritious Hemp

HEMP HEARTS - Kosher/Gluten Free

Hemp Hearts are considered a gift of nature with their delicious flavor and concentrated nutrition. Hemp Hearts, also known as “hulled hemp seeds” are the shelled seeds of the industrial ... more
White Hominy Grits

HOMINY GRITS, WHITE - Kosher/Gluten Free

  Hominy Grits, a food well known as a Southern staple, is made from corn that has been ground to a coarse consistency. Hominy Grits have a wholesome corn flavor that is enjoyed as a breakfast ... more
Job's Tears

JOB'S TEARS (Coix Seed) - Kosher/Gluten Free

Temporarily Unavailable - Tentative Arrival 5-13-14      Job’s Tears (Coixseed)is a uniquely shaped and colorful heirloom grain that originated in Asia and Africa. Job’s ... more
Kaniwa

KANIWA - Kosher/Gluten Free

TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE - Tentative Arrival 6-27-14      Kañiwa (Kahn ee wah) is a small dark nutritious grain with an amazingly high protein content. Touted as a valuable ... more
Kasha

KASHA - Kosher/Gluten Free

Sorrel. Native to Central Asia, Buckwheat was introduced to Europe at the end of the middle ages. The word Buckwheat is said to come from the Anglo-Saxon words boc (beech) and whoet (wheat) because ... more
Masa Harina Corn

MASA HARINA - Kosher/Gluten Free

Masa Harina is a specially prepared corn flour used in Mexican cooking to make corn tortillas, tamales and other corn-based dough. Masa Harina is a corn flour made from sun dried posole that has been ... more
Millet Seed

MILLET SEED - Kosher/Gluten Free

Millet, a seed of an annual grass, is one the oldest foods known to humans. Native to Africa and Asia, Millet has been used as a staple food source for thousands of years. Millet is a tall annual ... more
Steel Cut Oat Groats

OAT GROATS, STEEL-CUT - Kosher/Gluten Free

Steel-cut Oats are whole grain groats which have been cut into two or three pieces making them less processed than rolled oats. Steel-cut Oats are also known as Course-cut, Pinhead, Scotch or Irish ... more
Quinoa

QUINOA - Gluten Free

Quinoa is an ancient heirloom grain and the Quinoa that Chieftain provides is not genetically modified or a hybrid. Cleaned by a unique washing method and not polished, our whole grain Quinoa is an ... more
Unique Blend of Quinoa

QUINOA BLEND - Kosher/Gluten Free

Quinoa Blend is a mixture of our red quinoa, black quinoa and golden quinoa. This colorful blend of quinoas contains more protein than any other grain and is considered a complete protein because it ... more
kosher quinoa flakes, whole grain quinoa, cereal flakes, high protein

QUINOA FLAKES - Kosher/Gluten Free

TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE - Tentative Arrival 6-27-14      Quinoa Flakes are a great way to start the day. This gluten free alternative is popular as a substitute for rolled oats in ... more
Puffed Quinoa

QUINOA PUFFED - Gluten Free

Puffed Quinoa is prepared from quinoa that has been dried, cleaned and toasted. The naturally occurring saponins in puffed quinoa have been removed in the cleaning process. Puffed Quinoa is ready to ... more
Black Quinoa

QUINOA, BLACK - Gluten Free

Although Quinoa (Keen-wah) is new to the American market it was a widely used grain by the Incas and has been grown in the Andes for centuries. The Quechua name for Quinoa translates as "The Mother ... more
Golden Quinoa

QUINOA, GOLDEN (OG) - Kosher/Gluten Free

Although Quinoa (Keen-wah) is new to the American market it was a widely used grain by the Incas and has been grown in the Andes for centuries. The Quechua name for Quinoa translates as "The Mother ... more
Red Quinoa

QUINOA, RED - Gluten Free

Although Quinoa (Keen-wah) is new to the American market it was a widely used grain by the Incas and has been grown in the Andes for centuries. The Quechua name for Quinoa translates as "The Mother ... more
Red and Black Quinoa

QUINOA, RED AND BLACK BLEND - Kosher/Gluten Free

Although Quinoa (Keen-wah) is new to the American market it was a widely used grain by the Incas and has been grown in the Andes for centuries. The Quechua name for Quinoa translates as "The Mother ... more
Brown Teff

TEFF, BROWN - Kosher/Gluten Free

Teff is the seed of a fine stemmed, tufted annual grass. The significant characteristic of Teff is the small size of this seed. The word Teff is thought to have been derived from the Amharic word ... more