Natural gluten-free products
(incl. einkorn, emmer and kamut), spelt, unripe spelt, barley, rye and oats. Those affected by the disease can avoid the problems if they avoid
gluten in their diet. With gluten-free grains such as buckwheat, millet, rice, maize and quinoa, Schweizerische Schälmühle E. Zwicky AG, with its
specially developed processes, brings tasty food back to the table – for the whole family.
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Natural cholestorol lowering
Barley can reduce cholesterol levels, for it contains so-called beta-glucane. This is soluble roughage (dietary fibre) and occurs naturally in barley.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has recognised that the regular ingestion of beta-glucane from barley demonstrably reduces cho...
Quinoa is naturally gluten-free and comes from South America. The goosefoot belongs to the same family of plants as beet and spinach. Quinoa has served the people of the Andes as a vital staple foodstuff for 5,000 years.
Quinoa is one of the best vegetable protein sources and contains all nine a...
Seeds & kernels
Kernels are full to the brim of good content! Seeds and kernels are rich in roughage, which is known to be good for digestion. The are full of vitamins, provitamins, minerals and healthy, unsaturated fatty acids (omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9). They simply make you fit - each seed and each kernel in its own wa...More info
The organic full nutritional value
The philosophy of sustainable production of organically grown foodstuffs has been supported by us for a long time, for good ingredients are at the heart of our products. For more than 30 years, organically grown raw materials have been processed by us in Switzerland. Today, a significant proportion of the raw...More info
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