Z E R O - W A S T E
Spelt is an ancient whole grain grown in many parts of the world. Ancient grains like spelt are more nutritious and healthier than modern grains (which have been genetically modified over and over again)
Spelt is a type of grain that is strongly related to wheat. Its scientific name is Triticum spelta. In fact, spelt is considered a distinct type of wheat. Other types of wheat include einkorn wheat, khorasan wheat and modern semi-dwarf wheat. Since they are close relatives, spelt and wheat have similar nutritional profiles and both contain gluten. Spelt should therefore be avoided on a gluten-free diet.