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Good Food Winners!

We are delighted to announce that three of our grain products won the 2021 Good Food Foundation “Good Food Award” in the Grains category.  This is our second year in a row that our products have won, last year was the Einka & Lentil Blend.  We would like to  acknowledge the Good Food Foundation and its mission which is “to celebrate authentic and responsible food in order to humanize and reform our American food culture.” We love this foundation because it allows us to connect with food buyers and food producers who share the central tenant that good food really does matter!  There is nothing that we feel more passionate about than this topic, as it has been central to our business mission.

The Good Food Foundation does have a pop-up shop through February 7th where you can purchase some of this year’s winning product. If you are interested in the pop-up shop click on the POP-UP SHOP image below. We are offering a 10%  discount on a bundle of three of our winning items now through the end of February via our online store.

Check out these recipes to complement our winning products

Leek & Squash Einkornotto 

Farro & Vegetable Winter Casserole 

Old World Cereal with Cinnamon, Vanilla, Walnuts & Dried Fruit

Join Us at the UCCS Grian School! 

Saturday, February 6th, Bluebird owner, Brooke Lucy will be participating in the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Grain School panel.   For the last 5 years, Grain School has brought a community together ranging from grain growers, millers, maltsters, brewers, chefs, educators, scientists, and students to share and complement knowledge and skills and build business relations in relevant topics. These topics have included whole and heritage grains and their relationship to health, nutrition, dietary fiber, and the microbiome, environment and climate change issues related to agriculture, and topics of biodiversity, grain’s role in sustainable farming practices, and the newest in crop science to leverage the traits of old varieties of grain for nutrition and flavor in more modern strains. On Saturday 6th to learn about adding value to your grain products along with many more topics.

Check out this series at UCCS Grain School.  Click HERE for more information.