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X2 Green Split Peas TEST MAP API | 3 LBS

X2 Green Split Peas TEST MAP API | 3 LBS
    • X2 Green Split Peas TEST MAP API | 3 LBS
    • X2 Green Split Peas TEST MAP API | 3 LBS
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  • X2 Green Split Peas TEST MAP API | 3 LBS

    $6.20

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    • Non-GMO
    • Our products are certified by the Non-GMO Project. Our family believes each customer has the right to know more about their food. So we partner with organizations to give you the security of knowing what you are eating.

    • Non-Irradiated
    • We do not irradiate our foods - an accepted practice that exposes food to radiation. Since we don't irradiate you can sprout our products with the exception of the Split Peas (once we split the whole pea in half it doesn't sprout). Extra care is required when using irradiated products. Our foods need to be stored in dark cool places.

    • Field Traceable
    • Map the bag of food in your hands to the field in which we grew it! Each product comes with a product code that allows you to trace it back to exactly where we farmed it.

    • Kosher Pareve
    • Annually our farm, farm storage and cleaning facility are thoroughly inspected by Rabbi Jack. The term Kosher Pareve means the food is neither meat nor dairy and Pareve foods may be mixed with either meat or dairy, but not both.

    Our heirloom variety of Green Split Peas are smooth, dark green, and packed with the flavors of the rich Pacific Northwest Soil.    

    Our peas are by far the most popular variety among households and increasingly hard to find in the market.  When you open a bag of our split peas, you’ll see uniformity in size, a beautiful dark green color, and a brilliant shine created by our cleaning process, which polishes the peas with steam.  Nostalgia filled aromas will consume your home when cooking the ever classic and most popular  split pea soup.  

    Traced Food
    STARTS IN THE FIELD

     Tyler Mertes - Tyler has worked on the farm since 2005 and in 2015 graduated from Lewis Clark State College with an /A.A.S. in Welding. He and his wife met while attending Pullman High School. Like so many families, they struggled with infertility and we are so happy to announce they welcomed their first child, a baby girl born between pea and garb harvest in September 2021.
    Tyler has had a love of farming since he was a small child and every year looks forward to the harvest season when he gets to do just about everything from fixing equipment to driving truck. In the spring he enjoys tending to the crops to make sure they continue to grow into the quality products you put on your table.

    Photo of rolling hills of the palouse