AVENA PURITY PROTOCOL

Certified Gluten-Free Oats

The Purity Protocol Ingredient segment is a unique “Farm to Table” industry benchmark process consisting of safety, purity and trace-ability protocols that achieve consistent, superior quality certified gluten-free oats.

Avena Foods is the premier supplier of Purity protocol certified gluten-free (<5ppm) oat ingredients to the food and beverage industry. Sustainably grown and harvested from pedigreed non-GMO seed, our pure oat ingredients are fully traceable right back to the farmer and field.

Avena Foods Purity Protocol milling facility is FSSC 22000 certifed with uncompromising food safety and quality programs. These include comprehensive testing protocols for gluten (every tote) and peroxidase. Micros and nutritionals are tested on request.

Avena Purity Protocol oat ingredients are gluten-free (GFCO certified), non-GMO Project verified, Kosher certified, available as conventional or certified-organic (COS) and come packaged in either 2000lb totes or 50lb (22.7kg) bags with a shelf life of 18 months.

Learn more about purity protocol and our certifications.

The Purity Protocol Ingredient segment is a unique “Farm to Table” industry benchmark process consisting of safety, purity and trace-ability protocols that achieve consistent, superior quality certified gluten-free oats.

Purity Protocol or Purity Protocol certified-organic (COS) oat ingredients:

  • Groats *
  • Hefty Oats (thickest #3) *
  • Rolled Oats (standard thickness #5) *
  • Granola Oats (thicker #4) *
  • Fine Whole Oat Flour 3/64 (US mesh #35 ≤ 15%) *
  • Whole Oat Flour 5/64 (US mesh #35 ≤ 50%)
  • Quick Cooking Oats/Baby Oats (#24)
  • Steel Cut Oats
  • Thin Oat Flakes
  • *RTE (ready-to-eat) with a validated kill step.

 

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