SIMPLi's award winning Regenerative Organic Certified® Tri-Color Quinoa will transport your palette to Peru.
SIMPLi is the first South American ingredients brand to achieve for its quinoa and beans. Combining the best practices of Certified Organic and Certified Fair Trade, the Regenerative Organic Certified ® is a new certification for businesses and products that meet the highest standards in the world for their three pillars: soil health, animal welfare, and farmworker and social fairness. SIMPLi works with farmers who are already implementing agricultural practices that meet 90% of the Regenerative Organic Certified® standards and works closely with them to provide the education and finances to reach 100%.
SIMPLi Quinoa is sourced directly from farming communities in Andahuaylas in the Apurímac Region, Ayacucho in the Huamanga Province, and from the Andes mountains by Lake Titicaca in the Puno Region of Peru. SIMPLi’s vertical supply chain eliminates the middlemen to shift value back to farmers and ensure consumers receive the exact single-origin ingredient they purchased. Peru's agricultural communities harvest nutritious and flavorful quinoa, and SIMPLi brings it straight to your plate.
Peru provides about half of the world's supply of quinoa, but SIMPLi’s quinoa tastes less bitter than other types of quinoa due to less processing. Our tri-color quinoa blends the fluffiness from our white, nuttiness from red, and earthiness from black quinoa to make one mouthwatering trifecta. Use it for mixing in soups, salads or serving alongside your favorite vegetables or protein. Any way you use it will be SIMPLi delicious.
Blend of fluffy white, nutty red, and earthy black quinoas
Single origin from the Andes Mountains of Peru
Comes in a 12-ounce artisanal plastic free bag
Regenerative Organic Certified ®, USDA Organic, and Kosher certified
Gluten free, high protein, high fiber
No pesticides or glyphosate
Contains all nine essential amino acids
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