Amaranth (Amaranthus caudatus L.) contains the smallest edible grains in the world. These grains are rounded and slightly flattened, measuring 1 to 1.5 mm in diameter, and have different colors according to the variety to which they belong.

Amaranth grain contains 13 to 18% of protein and essential amino acids in its endosperm, unlike other cereals that contain this amino acids in its shell.

The main essential amino acids contained in the Amaranth grain are: Arginine, Lysine, Isoleucine, Leusine, Threonine, Valine, Phenylalanine, Histidine and Tryptophan.

This small grain also concentrate large proportions of minerals, reason why nutritionist have compared it with milk. Amaranth is also known as the “small giant” ideal for human diet.


• Mechanical harvesting
• Pre-cleaning
• Densimetric tables
• Cold chamber storage


Amaranth can be used in a wide range of dishes and recipies such as soups, desserts, drinks, flakes and more.
Due to its properties, it is ideal to obtain flour, which is highly demanded as raw material in the breadmaking, pastry and noodles industries, contributing to a healthier feeding with the highest biological quality of vegetable proteins.
Amaranth is a Gluten-FREE product, so it is advisable to feed celiac people. Amaranth consumption has no restrictions of any kind, that is why it can be consumed by the general public at any time of the day.

Storage Conditions

Preserve in a fresh, dry and ventilated environment.
• Temperature: 18 – 20 °C
• Relative humidity: 40 – 50 %
• Air flow: 15 m/s


Triple layer bags of 25 Kg.

Product Lifetime

18 months under good storage conditions.


This product is certified as organic by CERES.


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