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Emmer (Triticum dicoccum)

Emmer is thought to have originated in a similar area to Einkorn in the late Paleolithic era (17,000BC) and cultivation began around 10,000BC. Cultivated Emmer became the dominant wheat grown in the Middle East, Europe and north Africa from 10,000 BC to 4,000BC, and is still grown today in parts of north Africa, India and Italy. Emmer is a Tetraploid wheat with 28 chromosomes. Modern Durum wheat and Kamut Brand Khorosan Wheat are also tetrapoid wheats with 28 chromosomes. Available in 2kg, 5kg, 10kg, 20kg. We have limited supplies of Australian grown Emmer flour. 

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