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Our goal was simple – can we make superfood a part of your everyday healthy diet? Yes! Can we make gluten-free pasta taste just like the original Italian pasta? Yes! We all love superfoods, but we found it so hard to incorporate all of our favorite superfoods into every meal. When it came to creating gluten-free pasta, we also couldn’t decide which superfoods we wanted to be in our favorite meals, so we decided to put them all together. We hope you’ll love our new gluten-free superfood pasta as much as we do! Our gluten-free superfood rice pasta is available in four formulations: Acai Berry & Jasberry Rice; Goji Berry & Tumeric; Spirulina, Morgina, & Matcha Green Tea; and Chia & Quinoa. Each formulation is available in four shapes: spaghetti; fettuccine; penne; and fusilli. Certified EU & USDA organic, NSF gluten-free & Kosher.
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Siam Organic is a social business that alleviates poverty among rice farmers in Thailand by bringing innovative, healthy and delicious food products to global consumers. Our main product is Jasberry™ rice, a new variety of non-GMO organic rice that is purple in color and extremely high in antioxidants. Jasberry rice is a superfood with three times higher antioxidants than blueberry and ten times more than green tea, and is quite simply the world’s healthiest rice! We also produce several innovative food products with our Jasberry rice, such as our line of Gluten-Free Superfood Rice Pasta.
Siam Organic alleviates poverty among smallholder rice farmers in Thailand by partnering with them to grow, mill and package Jasberry rice for international consumers. We offer our farmers training and a range of services to decrease their costs and increase their yields while also guaranteeing them a purchase price up to 200% higher than average rice farmers receive.