Rolled triticale


Say what? Triticale is a clever blend of Wheat and Rye. It was created by Swedish researches in 1875 and comes from the Latin words for wheat (triticum) and rye (secale).

  • Nutritional Info
      PER SERVE PER 100g
    ENERGY 667kJ 1334kJ
    PROTEIN 5g 10g
    FAT, TOTAL 1.25g 2.5g
    SATURATED 0.15g 0.3g
    CARBOHYDRATE 37.5g 75g
    SUGARS 0.7g 1.4g
    SODIUM 2mg 4mg
  • Ingredients
  • Health Benefits
    All the good stuff! The rolled grains are good sources of fibre and contain varying amounts of vitamins and minerals. Rolled triticale is a good source of iron, which helps transport oxygen around the body needed for normal immune function. It is also an excellent source ofniacin which helps to reduce tiredness and fatigue and is necessary for normal energy release from food.
  • Country Of Origin
    Product of Australia Product of Australia
  • Storage Instructions
    Store in a cool dry area away from direct sunlight
  • How To Use
    It has a sweet, nutty taste and chewy texture. Use it to make a uniquely flavoured cereal or you can replace other rolled grains in your baking.