Ceres Organics

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Sorghum is a North East African crop. It’s remarkably sustainable — it supports the environment as much as it supports our well-being. High in nutrients and fibre, it’s an ideal wheat spaghetti substitute.

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The benefits.

  • Helps protect cells from damage and supports energy creation (manganese and phosphorus)
  • Assists in muscle growth and maintenance (protein)
  • May help to promote good psychological health and maintains muscles, bones and teeth (magnesium)
  • Aids your immune system, contributing to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue (iron)

What goes in.

100% certified organic sorghum.

What's kept out.

Gluten, salt and sugar.

Did you know?

Did you know for some people, the immune response to eating gluten can cause inflammation? This irritation to the lining of the small intestine is extremely uncomfortable. It also causes malabsorption of nutrients, an upset stomach and a raft of ongoing health issues.


Lovingly produced in Bolivia.

Ceres Organics

Meet Ceres Organics. What began as New Zealand’s first urban organic vegetable co-op is now a one-stop-shop for natural cooking and snacking essentials. Expect a dynamic range of pasta, canned goods, rice crackers and flours, all ethically produced with organic or biodynamic methods in mind. But Ceres Organics’ goodness goes far beyond the food. They’ve proudly created an ecologically and socially responsible distribution chain. Tick. They regularly contribute to the well-being of over 2000 children and their families in Peru. Tick. And they are the first New Zealand company to become EcoSocial certified for their commitment to organic fair trade. Tick, tick, tick.

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Fiona L.
Australia Australia
Best Taste

This pasta tastes so like what I remember pasta pre-gluten free days tasted like. Yum.