Source of protein
Source of fibre
No added sugars
Low salt



Kasha or roasted buckwheat is the favourite foodstuff of Slavic people, in particular the Russians, who use it in a traditional dish (Kasha Varnishkes). It contains magnesium, iron, vitamins B and dietary fibres). It is a good substitute for wheat in a gluten-free diet.


Kasha can be used cooked as a side dish or as such to add taste and a crunchy touch to your muesli. Take 50g of kasha per person. Bring 2 volumes of water to the boil, add a pinch of sea salt and 1 volume of well-rinsed kasha. Let the kasha simmer for 12 minutes with the lid on the cooking pot. Season to your taste with fresh parsley, savory, sage, garlic, a dash of soya sauce,..


Roasted whole grain buckwheat*.
*organically grown


500 g.

Product organically grown

100% of the agricultural ingredients are from organic farming

Product FAQ

What role do proteins play in our body?

The main role of proteins in our diet is the growth, construction and repair of the body’s cells. It is important to include protein on your daily menu as almost all the tissues in our body largely consist of protein.

Both vegetable and animal products contain protein; however, it is perfectly possible to get your daily dose of protein from plant-based products only. You will get all the protein you need by combining grains, pulses, nuts and other plants in a balanced way. What’s more, you’ll avoid animal protein in the process, which often contains too many saturated fatty acids and cholesterol.

Why should you choose wholegrain products

The carbohydrates in grains are your body’s key source of energy, which is why wholegrain cereals make up a key ingredient of our products. We prefer whole or split grain cereals because the nutritious substances of the germ, the bran and the endosperm of the grain are retained. Whole or split grains contain a wealth of nutrients:

• Minerals: iron, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, etc.
• Vitamins B and E
• Proteins
• Unsaturated fatty acids
• Essential amino acids
• Fibre

Food that is rich in fibre is critical to proper intestinal transit, which in turn has a positive impact on our overall health. Unrefined vegetable nutrients - especially cereals - are an important source of fibre. That is also why Lima opts for food products that are not or are hardly refined.

Average nutritional value per

g/100g portion 50g %RI RI
Energy 1640 kJ 820 kJ
388 kcal 194 kcal 10.00 2000 kcal
Fat 4.4 g 2.2 g 3.00 70 g
of which saturates 2.0 g 1.0 g 5.00 20 g
of which mono-unsaturates 1.2 g 0.6 g
of which polyunsaturates 1.2 g 0.6 g
Carbohydrates 72 g 36 g 14.00 260 g
of which sugars 2.0 g 1.0 g 1.00 90 g
Fibre 4.5 g 2.3 g
Protein 13 g 6.7 g 13.00 50 g
Salt 0 g 0 g 0.00 6 g
RI: Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)


Roasted whole grain buckwheat*.

* = organically grown

This product may contain traces of:

Gluten, Wheat, Rye, Oats, Kamut, Barley, Nuts, Hazelnuts, Almonds, Sesame & Soy

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Packaging in carton: 6 x 500g
Item code 20086000
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Units / pallet: 756
Cartons / pallet 126
Cartons / layer 21
Layers / pallet 6
Intrastat code 19041090
Net weight selling unit 500g
Net dimensions selling unit d: 55 - w: 115 - h: 175
Net weight carton 3.00kg
Gross weight carton 3.01kg
Net dimensions carton d: 240 - w: 180 - h: 190
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