Corn Flour

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Corn Flour

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Versatile, nutty, and extra-fine, this corn flour is as gold as the medal it deserves. Ground from Vitamin A-packed orange corn, it’s good for eyes and tastebuds. Orange you glad we told you about it?

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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

One of our favorite parts of baking is carefully measuring out a cup of gorgeously smooth flour (even when it gets all over our kitchen). Make that moment even more magical with this cheerful, finely-ground, buttery-flavored corn flour. Unique orange corn brings color and a light, rich taste to whatever you’re baking, cooking, or frying.

Professor Torbert's promotes food and nutrition security in both the U.S. and sub-Saharan Africa by partnering with local, sustainability-focused farmers.

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How it does good

Growing brighter corn for a brighter future

A full stomach doesn't necessarily mean a nutrient filled one, especially in developing countries where vitamin-dense diets aren’t always available. That's why Professor Torbert's is using nature, not GMOs, to help. Their unique “orange corn” uses carotenoids (think carrots) to bring much-needed Vitamin A to a staple crop that's easy, cheap, and safe to grow. By sharing it with African farmers committed to environmentally-friendly practices, Professor Torbert's keeps people healthy and communities growing. This process of “biofortification” is expected to help over a billion people by 2030, and Professor Torbert’s is the first to bring global awareness to it by commercializing a crop.