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I am trying to get my family to eat more locally grown Foods. I was so excited to find rice that is grown less than a hundred miles from my house. Everyone in my family really enjoys this rice.
Really enjoyed the rice, healthier than other brands and that does not take away from the quality of the taste.
I eat a lot of rice and Cahokia Rice is my new favorite. This is the most flavorful rice I have had and as a serious runner, I like the high protein content. I also like that it is not a GMO product. I highly recommend it.
Cahokia has quickly become my favorite rice variety. It's quick and easy to prepare and ends up more "fluffy " than other varieties, which my family prefers. What pleases me the most about Cahokia, however, is the fact that I am familiar with the people who are growing and marketing it and can sincerely say that I've never dealt with a more honest, hard working group of people. Knowing these people and their families and seeing the many positive contributions they make to our local communities makes me happy to support them to the extent that I can.
Centuries ago, the Cahokia Indian Tribes made their home in what is now Illinois, forming what would grow to be the largest human settlement in North America prior to the arrival of the Europeans. Alongside the Mississippi River, the Cahokia lived in harmony with the land, growing maize in rich soil. They were the original grain farmers of the Midwest.
Hundreds of years later, the Gerard family settled on the same land once farmed by the Cahokia. They, too, recognized the potential of the fertile Illinois soil on the banks of the Mississippi, and their farm flourished there for four generations. In 1990, descendant Blake Gerard returned to the land seeking to revitalize this multi-generational farming operation.
Today, Blake continues to carry on his family’s legacy. A recognized pioneer in the rice industry, his work is never done. Blake’s passion for farming paired with his intimate understanding of the rice market allow him a unique perspective on producing the highest quality rice without sacrificing the unique characteristics that set family-owned and operated farms like his apart. He is constantly looking to improve his methods and to better his product, a commitment we all share here at Cahokia Rice.
"My family tried the Cahokia white rice and thought it was excellent! The rice was easy to prepare and it is goes well with various dishes. I have used it with Thai and Asian food dishes as well as in casserole dishes. We also like the fact that it is naturally higher in protein and is non-GMO. Definitely a five star product!"
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