Organic Gluten Free Forbidden Black Rice

14 reviews
Lotus Foods Organic Gluten Free Forbidden Black Rice
14 reviews

Organic Gluten Free Forbidden Black Rice

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How do we like our rice? Forbidden. And organic. This rice is nutty in taste, soft, nutritional, and has a unique purple color to it. Not to mention, it adds a "wow!" factor to your plate.

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  • Gluten Free
  • Scroll K Vaad Hakashrus of Denver Certified Kosher
  • Certified USDA Organic
  • Vegan

Why eat plain rice when you can opt in for forbidden, organic rice? Legend has it that this rice was a favorite amongst Chinese emperors because it ensured healthier, longer lives. So you can bet we're gonna start eating this rice more often. And if you're looking to add more magnesium, protein, and fiber into your life, this rice has your back.

Lotus Foods sources rice from around the world to bring you high-quality, heirloom foods that help promote organic agriculture, rice biodiversity, and support farmers.

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Using smart agricultural practices to save water

Rice production uses around one-third of the planet's annual renewable fresh water, but Lotus Foods supports More Crop Per Drop™—a smart agricultural practice that protects and restores natural resources such as fresh water, improves incomes and quality of life for farmers, especially women, and reduces climate impact. These practices also cut in half the time that women have to spend transplanting and weeding, lowering their risk for health issues.

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  • Certified Non-GMO