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  • A Brief History of Barley Foods
    This article, by Walt Newman and Rosemary Newman, traces the history of barley production all the way back to its origins in the Fertile Crescent and follows it to present day. Follow this link to learn more about the history and uses of barley. http://new.westerntrailsfood.com/docs/barley_history_newmans.pdf
  • Worth a Second Look: Barley!
    In this piece, Glenda Bartosh writes of the many reasons she loves barley, and how having it in her diet benefits her. Glenda talks about parts of the history of barley that she founds fascinating, why she loves eating it, and suggestions for other people that want to add it to their diet. To read … Read more
  • How Heritage Barley Could be a Valuable and Vital Food in the Fight Against Climate Change
    This article, written by David McKenzie, describes how ensuring food security despite climate change can be attained by consumers that eat heritage barley. The article goes into detail about the benefits of eating barley, and similar cases in which eating barley has benefited the environment. To read the full article, follow this link: https://sustainablefoodtrust.org/articles/how-eating-heritage-barley-could-be-a-useful-weapon-in-the-fight-against-climate-change/
  • Barley Joins the Ranks of Dairy-Alternative Beverages
    Take Two Foods has launched the world's first barleymilk into grocery stores, coffee shops, and cafes across the Pacific Northwest and Los Angeles. To read the article, follow the link below:https://www.dairyreporter.com/Article/2020/06/15/Barley-joins-ranks-of-dairy-alternative-beverages?utm_source=copyright&utm_medium=OnSite&utm_campaign=copyright
  • Barley Flour Market Trends, Key Players, Overview, Competitive Breakdown and Regional Forecast by 2025
    Alex with Export Recorder provides a short summary on a new report and study about the barley flour market. The summary explains important topics that are covered in the report such as production growth, growth rate, and import and export patterns. To see Alex’s article, follow the link: https://expertrecorder.com/2020/01/08/barley-flour-market-trends-key-players-overview-competitive-breakdown-and-regional-forecast-by-2025/1115525/
  • Malted Barley Market Moving Towards a Glaring Growth Rate and Challenges 2026
    Partha Ray wrote a summary for IT Research Brief about a newly added malted barley market report that evaluates many aspects of the malt barley industry. Topics covered include market scope, competitive landscape, market segmentation, and much more. To see all of the topics covered, follow the link: http://itresearchbrief.com/malted-barley
  • Why Hulled Barley? History, Health, Cooking, and Recipes
    Be Still Farms used their Healthy & Organic Living Blog to educate their readers on the nutritional details and benefits of hulled barley. Along with this information, the blog post includes how to prepare hulled barley and recipes that have hulled barley as an ingredient. To see the full post, follow this link: https://be-still-farms.com/blogs/healthy-organic-living-blog/35328769-why-hulled-barley-history-health-cooking-and-recipes
  • New Malt Barley Varieties Approved
    John O’Connell with Intermountain Farm and Ranch wrote about how the American Malting Barley Association Board of Directors approved four new malting barley varieties for 2020. The article gives more information on each new variety. To learn more about these new varieties, follow this link: https://www.postregister.com/farmandranch/crops/grain/new-malt-barley-varieties-approved/article_eff7c864-670f-50de-a3ef-eb835ebeee7d.html
  • Barley Crop Staging, Growth & Development
    Anheuser-Busch InBev's SmartBarley Blog provides insight on various topics pertaining to barley production, specifically for malt production. Meghan Gleason, a barley agronomist based in Fargo, ND, recently wrote a blog post titled "Barley Crop Staging, Growth & Development." To read the article, follow the link below:https://www.smartbarley.com/en/blog/zacatecasfield11112211111111.html
  • Scoular to Distribute Fiber-Rich Barley
    An Omaha, Nebraska, U.S. based business, Scoular, is distributing a new type of barley that has increased dietary fiber in flour, flakes, and whole grain up to 35%. Jeff Gelski provides detail of this advancement in an article for World-Grain.com. To see their full article on this topic follow this link: https://www.world-grain.com/articles/13113-scoular-to-distribute-fiber-rich-barley