What is Sorghum?

Sorghum is an ancient, gluten-free grain popular in Africa, Central America, and South Asia for centuries. When popped, the grain takes on a quality similar to a miniature popcorn. A healthier alternative, popped sorghum brings the same delicious taste with note-worthy health benefits including more nutrients and no annoying kernels in every bite!

HULL-FREE

Sorghum grain is much smaller, popping essentially hull-free. So no need to worry about things getting stuck in your teeth - just pop back and enjoy a delicious handful!

GLUTEN-FREE

Although a grain, Sorghum is naturally gluten-free and densely nutritious, making it a great snack for those with dietary restrictions!

FIBER-FULL

Unlike other grains, Sorghum actually doesn’t have an inedible hull, allowing even its outer layers to be commonly eaten. This means it supplies even more fiber, in addition to many other crucial nutrients, and has a lower glycemic index (curbing blood sugar spikes and lowering the risk of diabetes). High-fiber foods are important for digestive, hormonal and cardiovascular health.

ENERGY-PACKED

Fuel your body with a high-energy grain. Sorghum is protein-rich, packed with complex carbohydrates, and filled with B‑complex vitamins to help you feel fuller longer and power you through your day.