Regeneratively grown flour is on the market! King Arthur Baking Company, a Vermont-based flour and baking goods company, has introduced a new whole wheat flour called Regeneratively-Grown Climate Blend.
- Washington State University’s Breadlab helped develop the Climate Blend
- It incorporates various wheat crops, offering a sustainable alternative to conventional whole-wheat flour
- The blend is a result of regenerative agriculture practices, focusing on soil and crop health improvement through minimal disturbance
- There is growing consumer interest in sustainably sourced and regeneratively grown food products
To source the right crops for the blend, the company collaborates with farmers dedicated to enhancing soil health, increasing biodiversity, boosting nutrient density, and sequestering carbon.
Certified by Regenified and Non-GMO Project Verified, the Climate Blend flour is available for purchase on the King Arthur Baking Company website and at Whole Foods Market locations across the U.S. Priced at $5.95 for 32 ounces.
Dig Deeper: Find out more about regenerative flour becoming available in stores here!