Which Restaurants Use Sustainable Shepherd’s Grain Flour?
Why Shepherd’s Grain?
Not only is Shepherd’s Grain wheat good for the environment and the economy but it tastes delicious. “We decided to grow sustainable wheat and were happy to discover that it tastes better,” says Fred Fleming, co-founder. Artisan bakeries are very impressed with Shepherd’s Grain wheat. A baker tried blending them together and they made a very flavorful and functional flour. Recently I was told that our flour has the most integrity that he has seen in his 30 years of baking,” says Karl Kupers, co-founder. So on top of being eco-friendly the flour is excellent to bake with.
Today there are 43 growers who raise wheat for Shepherd’s Grain. They all use sustainable farming methods and are, or becoming certified by a third party audit. At the end of the day, Fred says, “We grow wheat. Wheat that represents locally grown, family farmers. By purchasing Shepherd’s Grain flour products not only do you become a food activist, you also become a disciple to save the family farm.”
Third Party Certified for Sustainability
Shepherd’s Grain is certified by the Food Alliance.
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Restaurants Using Shepherd’s Grain Flour
MI FAMIGLIA PIZZA
Learn About a Shepherd’s Grain Farmer
David and Margaret Brewer
Emerson Dell Farm – The Dalles, Oregon
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Sustainable, Natural, Organic, Regional