Small but mighty, this nutty, nourishing grain is packed with all the health benefits of brown rice – plus so much more. It’s farmed sustainably, grown in Australia and stamped with a Demeter biodynamic certification.
Helps protect cells from damage and supports energy creation (manganese and phosphorus)
Assists in mental performance and reduces tiredness (vitamin B1 and B3)
May help to promote good psychological health and maintain muscles bones and teeth (magnesium)
May contribute to a healthy heart and stable blood pressure (flavonoids - antioxidant)
What goes in.
Biodynamic brown rice.
What's kept out.
Pesticides, insecticides and fungicides.
Did you know?
Did you know non-organic rice crops are usually sprayed with pesticides and insecticides? While intended only for the pests, these chemicals can cause long-term health problems for us, including hormone disruption, lung irritation and neurological disorders.
Farmed in Barham, in the Riverina District of New South Wales.
Butter chicken or rogan josh? Basmati rice is the ultimate sidekick to Indian dishes – especially curries and stews.
Just over the New South Wales border lies a 1820-hectare rice crop and sheep-grazing property, alive with the sounds of frogs and dragonflies. Barham Growers has been in Andrew and David McConnell’s family for over a century, and now they’ve got the reigns. For more than 25 years, the McConnells have been farming sustainably: they turned their back on fertilisers and pesticides and converted their farm to biodynamic practices. Their rice in particular gets very special treatment. Rather than poisoning the pasture, they let sheep graze until the paddocks are bare. They then sow the rice and flood the paddock, later saving the water in their dams for later use. No intervention, just wholesome rice as nature intended.