Organic Inca Red Quinoa

12 oz box

Retail Price: $7.39

Our Price: $5.65 (Save 24%)

12 oz box

Why You’ll Love It

Know anything about red quinoa? Well, your taste buds are about to get a serious education. Grab a box of our organic Inca Red Quinoa and discover why we can’t get enough of this wholesome, gluten-free ancient grain.
SKU: 089125170003

About This Brand

Great tasting, non-GMO, organic, gluten-free foods for all.The Original Since 1983It doesn’t matter if you’re gluten-free, vegetarian, flexitarian, or just looking for new, health-conscious options, you can always trust Ancient Harvest to do right by your appetite. We serve up great tasting, non-GMO, organic, gluten-free foods for all, including gluten-free pasta, ancient grain blends, mac and cheese, quinoa flour, quinoa flakes and ready-to-eat polenta in a variety of inspired culinary flavors.A Tale of Two CommunitiesFrom the high plains of Bolivia to the majestic mountains of Boulder, Colorado, the Ancient Harvest brand has a long history with quinoa. We were the first company to bring quinoa to the United States in 1983 when we walked the very first bag of this “supergrain of the future” into a Boulder food store. And to this day, we are the premier brand of organic quinoa and innovative ancient grain products.Ancient Harvest Fast FactsAll of our products are gluten-free,...
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Organic Whole Grain Quinoa (Pasankalla Variety).

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Serving Size 1/4 cup dry (48g) Servings Per Container 8

Amount Per Serving

Calories 180 Calories from Fat 28

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 3g 4%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 2mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 33g 11%
Dietary Fiber 6g 23%
Sugars 3g
Protein 6g

Vitamin A 0 0%
Vitamin C 0 0%
Calcium 0 0%
Iron 0 12%

Reviews For Organic Inca Red Quinoa

Based on 6 Reviews

The best multipurpose quinoa

I love the organic red quinoa. I use it to make the best quinoa taboule salad. It is a great side dish as well as a main course. Yummy for the tummy!

- Pauline


Such a good product for such a good price

- Cristy

no need to rinse is a plus

This brand is my favorite, especially inca red quinoa. I've ordered once from the well known nuts online company, had to throw out everything because of little sand inside, yukky disgusting, no matter how well I rinsed, the sand was still there ... But Ancient Harvest brand produced the most amassing batch. loved the crunchy nutty taste and don't mind paying a bit more for a higher quality product.

- Vladimir

Family Loved It!

This is the first time trying the red quinoa but it will be a staple in my pantry. It has a slight nutty flavor, cooks up easily, and can have anything added to it, savory or sweet. Don't forget to rinse/wash.

- Gailya

Great Grain!

Everyone should add quinoa to their regular diet. It is an awesome source of protein and it is naturally gluten free. We us quinoa in nearly anything. From salad to side dishes. It's a great food and even the kids like it.

- Tania Berry

Clean It Well

Just like you should rinse your rice well before cooking so it isn't sticky, quinoa needs to be cleaned and rinsed well before cooking too. It's usually packaged fairly dirty, and can often have little stones in it. That doesn't make it any less healthy or delicious though just makes it take a little longer to prepare.
You can use quinoa as a side dish, but it is also great in salads, in soup, and you can come up with ideas all your own!

- Ralph Rossi

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