Antico Molino Rosso has had an experimental field of ancient cereals since 2007

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ORGANIC FARMS UNDOUBTEDLY MORE SENSITIVE TO BIODIVERSITY RECOVERY

Antico Molino Rosso was actually among the first mills in Italy, which with courage, in addition to having made the choice to eliminate conventional products to devote only to those coming from organic farming, has created its own experimental field dedicated to ancient cereals already since 2007.

In the first 10 years of activity, 8 to 12 different varieties have been grown, analyzed and tested in the bakery laboratory every year. Today we have a considerable cognitive background and an infinite number of data, such as to be able to boast as many significant and interesting contents for the world of baking today.

The choice of the experimental field inevitably implies a close connection with the choice of Biodiversity.

The choice of the experimental field inevitably implies a close connection with the choice of Biodiversity. like Antico Molino Rosso, Biodiversity is a priority factor linked not only to the preservation of old varieties of cereals and to the awareness that we should all go back to decreasing single variety cereals to leave more space for populations of cereals, but also to a factor that has a ‘fundamental importance at the level of safeguarding the planet concerning the lower consumption of water, which these types of grasses need.

Negli anni successivi, grazie ad una stretta collaborazione con Agricoltori Biologici, abbiamo fatto nascere la filiera corta Crescent (che in inglese significa mezza luna).

n the following years, thanks to a close collaboration with Organic Farmers, we have created the short chain Crescent (which in English means half moon) This supply chain, dedicated only to waxes li Antichi Biologi, then gave life to the seed house named Consemi with this activities:

  • get in touch with Ancient Cereals
  • study and select its properties
  • involve students in the ITS school-work project
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