PEREG Natural will premiere an extended line of gluten-free flours as well as updates to its boxed quinoa mixes offerings, featuring a new flavor blend and revised packaging and sizes at EXPO WEST in Anaheim, California on March 11 to March 13. Pereg will also showcase its recent Stamp of Approval from the Whole Grain Council. The family owned, New Jersey based company is a leading producer of premium, natural spices and spice blends, bread crumbs, ancient grains and quinoa products.
Pereg Natural Foods has added six new varieties to its already successful offering of gluten-free quinoa flour: Almond flour, banana flour, buckwheat flour, chickpea flour, coconut flour, and farro flour. All, except for farro, are gluten-free, all are 100 percent natural, non-dairy, and certified kosher. Quinoa, Coconut, and Almond flours are also Kosher for Passover OU-P. They are packaged in 16-ounce re-sealable stay-fresh bags, retailing for about $4.99.
“According to industry statistics, sales of gluten-free products will exceed $15 billion dollars by 2016, twice the amount of five years earlier. Pereg is pleased to introduce an extended choice of gluten-free and ancient grain flour types, which offer health-conscious consumers more variety for delicious cooking and baking,” says Gill Schneider, Pereg Natural Foods president.
Southern Smoked Quinoa, a new blend featuring smoked paprika, tomatoes, red bell peppers, carrots, and onions is the newest of Pereg’s extensive line of quinoa products. Pereg will also premiere updated packaging for its boxed quinoa blends, as well as a new 5-ounce size for its tri-color quinoa variety. Currently Pereg offers tri-color quinoa in a 16-ounce standup pouch as well as a 12-ounce canister.
Pereg Natural Food’s diverse line of quinoa products includes: quinoa mixes, plain quinoa, red quinoa and tri-color quinoa, pre-seasoned quinoa, as well as quinoa flour, quinoa pasta, and quinoa pops cereal.
For more information, please visit www.pereg-gourmet.com.
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