Sorghum is a sweetener, often compared to honey and molasses, that we produce by cooking the juice we press from the sorghum cane (a plant in the grass family) that we cultivate in our fields More detailed information in this fabulous feature in Feast Magazine. Sorghum syrup’s glycemic index is 50.
There is a world of mustards out there, but only ours is made with Sandhill sorghum and Sandhill garlic. Our style is spicy, with the heat coming from steel ground mustard seed. Be prepared for a wasabi or horseradish like kick!
You can also find Sandhill products in the following midwestern locations:
Hy-Vee (Broadway and Conley Rd)
Kansas City, Missouri area
Nature’s Pantry – Independence
Whole Foods Market: 91st and Metcalf
Whole Foods Market: 119th street
Farm & Home
St Louis, Missouri
Whole Foods : Town and Country
Whole Foods: Galleria
Rutledge – Zimmerman’s
LaBelle – LaBelle Foods, Lumley’s Locker
MO Pecan Growers – Nevada MO