Crackers Made from Heritage Wheat
White Sonora is one of the oldest varieties of wheat in North America. Hayden Flour Mills grow White Sonora on their farm outside of Phoenix, Arizona and stone-mills the wheat to preserve its naturally delicate and slightly sweet flavor. Light and crisp, these crackers offer a delicious flavor on their own and pair well with cheese, charcuterie or your favorite dip.
About the producer
Hayden Flour Mills was originally founded in 1874 in Tempe, Arizona. Once a thriving business, the mill eventually closed in the late 1990s. In 2009, farmer-turned-technology consultant Jeff Zimmerman decided to restore the Hayden Flour Mills legacy. Jeff invited his daughter Emma to help him run the mill and together, the new Hayden Flour Mills has been revitalizing ancient and heritage wheat native to Arizona as well as the art of stone-milling. This small-production, minimally processed approach to farming and milling captures all the flavors, textures and nutrients of Arizona heritage wheats.