Oatstraw Cut Organic Eco-Friendly (.46 oz)

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Avena sativa, or common oat, is anything but common. While its mature seeds become the oats you get in the supermarket, oatstraw comes from the stems and leaves, which are harvested earlier while the grass is still green.

Botanical Name:
Avena sativa
Croatia/United States

Product Info

Ethical Sourcing

About This Product

Consumer demand for culinary and wellness botanicals are on the rise. There are many advantages of our Eco-Pouch herbs and spices for you and your customers:

✔ Available in single pouches or save 5% when you buy a case of 6.

✔ Eco-friendly packaging made from recyclable materials with clog-resistant re-sealable zipper closure. Learn about how to recycle your Eco-Pouches under 'Additional Information' below.

✔ Safe, economical, and convenient alternative to bulk bins in retail stores.

✔ Pre-packaged bags make for easy grab-n-go purchases vs the time-consuming process of filling, sealing and labeling a bulk bin bag.

✔ Eco-Pouch bags are opaque to protect herbs and spices from light degradation.

✔ High quality assurance & ethical sourcing. No-ETO and Non-Irradiated.

Learn more about our Certified Organic Oatstraw:

Oatstraw comes from the unripened Avena sativa plant, a cereal grain that is cultivated throughout Northern Europe and North America. Oats have been consumed as food for centuries, but oatstraw extracts and powders are now prized by herbalists and naturopaths.

Our certified organic Oatstraw powder has a mildly grassy taste. You can make a tea or blend it into smoothies or juices.

Common Names

Groats, common oat

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