Sorghum

Ceres Organics



  • Step over quinoa! There's a new gluten-free grain on the block. If you're sick of rice, or trying to eliminate dense wheat-based pantry staples, sorghum is a fantastic grain to try. 

    Known as a super-crop in its native Northeastern Africa, sorghum is a highly resilient plant whose cultivation is being encouraged for its drought and heat tolerant capabilities. It also provides high levels of protein, as well as being rich in key minerals and vitamins, such as iron and B vitamins.

    With its delightfully chewy texture, mild nutty flavour and vast array of nutritional benefits, sorghum is a fantastic addition to any meal. A favourite use of it is as a nutritious alternative to Israeli couscous, as it maintains all the benefits of a wholefood.

    Please note that, while this is similar visually to Israeli couscous, this will cook very differently as it is a whole grain and not a type of pasta, so while you would expect a soft texture from couscous, sorghum is to be expected to be a bit firmer.
  • Sorghum can be used as an alternative for rice, couscous, or pasta, and can be used in soups, stews and casseroles. 

    Simply follow the instructions on the packet to cook. You can also find more advice about cooking sorghum here: Moroccan Sorghum Salad.

    Once opened, store in a sealed container in a cool, dry place and keep away from direct sunlight.
  • RawVeganVegetarian Gluten Free
    Dairy FreeNut Free Sugar Free
    Soy FreeCertified OrganicCruelty Free
  • Sorghum*

    *Certified Organic Ingredient
    BioGro Certified Organics New Zealand
  • "As an avid salad maker, sorghum is quickly becoming a staple in my pantry! Its the perfect base for so many different flavours, and its chewy texture means that its a great change from rice or quinoa. Can't get enough of this stuff!"

    - Elise Campbell (Auckland, New Zealand)
  • Moroccan Sorghum Salad
  • Ceres Organics LogoCeres Organics is a New Zealand company founded in 1982 by Juliet Lamont. They strive to make organic, biodynamic and GE-free food available through sourcing quality products that are sustainably produced by organic or biodynamic methods, thereby creating a distribution chain that is both ecologically and socially responsible. Their status as a founding member of the GE-Free communities and general support of the GE-Free movement attest to their social responsibility.

    Ceres were the first NZ company to become EcoSocial certified - an organic fair trade certification. We are proud to be distributing Ceres Organics' products, from one of NZ's leading organic food distributors.

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