Farro is the Italian name for ‘hulled’ wheat. The ancient strains of hulled wheat include spelt, emmer, and einkorn. These grains have a husky “hull” that must be removed to get the edible kernel on the inside. Farro “perlato”, refers to pearled wheat, whereby the tough bran coat has been polished to let water in during cooking and create a tender bite. Maine Grains pearled farro is made from spelt and still has some of its bran intact, giving the grain a roasted, nutty flavor while providing high fiber, protein and vital nutrients. Use like you would rice in pilaf, soups, and grain salads. Farro does contain gluten and is not suitable for those with celiac disease.
Maine Grains serves bakers, brewers, chefs, and families freshly-milled, organic, and heritage grains sourced from the Northeast.
They support the farmers' health and livelihood and communities they serve by re-localizing grain production and milling. Their traditional stone milling process ensures nutrient-packed products full of flavor and perfect for natural fermentation, baking, and cooking.
We only ship orders Monday-Wednesday to ensure your order arrives before the weekend.
Orders placed Wednesday-Sunday will ship the next Monday.
Because our products are perishable, all orders are shipped so they arrive within 1-3 days.
We require 24 hours to receive and process orders, as we cut, wrap, pack, and ship directly from our shops to your front door.
During December and other peak periods, we may require several days to process and deliver your order and will inform you of any unusual delays.
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Our online ordering system is available seven days a week, and we offer pickup at both our locations Monday-Saturday 10:30am-5:30pm
Please note we are closed on Sundays and most holidays.
All orders online and by phone require at least one-hour processing time and at high peak times this may be extended. We are unable to provide drive-up service. Please place orders in advance.
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