Despite Dr. Atkins’ efforts, Canadians still love their breads, pastries, and pastas— keeping wheat as the most common grain consumed in North America.
The most thrilling part of my garden this past year was definitely my grain patch - heritage wheats, barleys and oats made a breathtaking display.
It's reasonable to say that ten years ago, many organic consumers were happy to buy organic food, regardless of the quality. But increasingly, today’s organic consumer is a different breed and won’t accept stunted apples, wilted spinach, or stale bread. Organic and high quality. That’s what consumers expect today.