Oat Groats - Organic - Gluten Free - 2.5 Lb Bag - Case 2

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Organic Gluten Free Oat Groats.    Groats are the center of the oat seed, without the hull.  The product is cleaned, stabilized, and will not sprout.   Groats are used in a variety of recipes, or eaten as is.  Some customers also use groats as a basis to grind their own oat flours, or for other specialized reasons.

  • Certified Organic by OneCert.
  • Verified gluten free oats.
  • 100% whole grain, natural oats for a heart healthy start to your day.
  • Quality oats to use in your favorite recipes.
  • Gluten free, non-GMO, Kosher.  Seed tested glyphosate free.
  • Our purity protocol gluten free processes assure a product on which your family can rely.

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Taste the difference.  Uncontaminated, fresh roasted flavor that comes from our unique shelf stable mill processes.  Our oats are trusted by those who are gluten intolerant.  Best taste for anyone desiring a high quality product.   Our nut and peanut free facilities are not shared with other products, and also free of the top US allergens


  • 5
    the best oats anywhere

    Posted by metznik on 7th Nov 2013

    We've tried many different brands of oats, and the GF Harvest organic oats are the best ever. We've tried their organic groats, organic steel-cut, organic rolled, traditional groats, and traditional steel-cut. The organic groats and steel-cut are fantastic - far, far, superior to the GF Harvest traditional, and also far better than any other brand, including Bob's Red Mill, Arrowhead, Cream Hill Estates, and McCann's. (McCann's, by the way, is not gluten-free - we've tested them using the EZ Gluten test kit, and celiacs should not go near them). The GF Harvest organic rolled oats, on the other hand, are nowhere near as good as the organic groats or the steel-cut. Our only complaints with the organic groats and steel-cut: 1) they're not always available, and 2) the shipping is so high.

  • 4
    RAW Oatmeal user

    Posted by Deborah on 21st Oct 2013

    I soak the organic oat groats in spring water overnight, rinse and pulse blend in vita mix with a small amount of spring water. I then add a cup of coconut milk and cinnamon for a great tasting breakfast. This supports a healthy digestive system. I find these oat groats to be tasty and sweet.

  • 4
    outstanding oats

    Posted by Unknown on 2nd Apr 2013

    Oat groats are so delicious! However it does take a while to cook...that's the nature of groats. So, I put 'em in slow cooker overnight (and cook enough to last several mornings).

  • 5
    Organic, gluten free and very tasty!!!

    Posted by Natalia on 11th Mar 2013

    I could not find organic gluten free oat groats at my local stores.I am very glad that I found this product online from GF Harvest. Product is great! I cook oat groats overnight in slow cooker and have a delicious breakfast.

  • 5
    Very Tasty!

    Posted by Unknown on 12th Feb 2013

    Love these so much I am going to purchase the 25 lb bag next time!

  • 5
    Best organic ,gluten free oats!!!

    Posted by Ann on 23rd Nov 2012

    I purchased a 25 lb bag of organic oat groats a couple of months ago,and I love them.I'm thinking to buy a oat flaker,so I can make my own rolled oats.They taste delicious.

  • 5
    Delicious, fresh, organic, and gluten-free

    Posted by Jeff on 17th Oct 2012

    When we flake these in an oat flaker, or crack them in a grain grinder, these make possibly the best oats we've ever had - organic or not, gluten-free or not. Unfortunately, the GF organic "Old-fashioned Rolled Oats" from GF Harvest do not measure up. They're way too thin - more like quick oats than old-fashioned - and they don't taste nearly as good. Our wish list: 1) Sell the GF organic groats on Amazon. 2) Start manufacturing organic, GF steel-cut oats, as well. 3) Make your "old-fashioned" rolled oats really thick. Maybe they'll taste a lot better!

  • 5
    Freshest oats (GF) out there

    Posted by Laura on 3rd Sep 2012

    I love their oat groats, so much so that we bought a flaker to make oatmeal and a grain mill so we can freshly grind our flour. You put your nose in the bag and breath, mmmm pure fresh goodness... Not to mention Customer service is great.

  • 5
    Love GF Oats

    Posted by Lara on 12th Jun 2012

    I have missed having oatmeal because of the contamination issue - No more.