Welcome to onegrain!
Where our passion is TEFF!

Welcome to onegrain!
Where our passion is TEFF!

onegrain teff types

Export Quality Teff

Export Teff - (Human Consumption)​

OneGrain offers the following types:

  • Brown
  • White
  • Ivory Teff.

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OneGrain Teff Fodder-25kg

Local Teff Fodder - (Seed)

OneGrain offers:

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HDF Teff Bales

HDP Teff Bales

OneGrain offers:

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onegrain teff process

1. cultivation

2. planting

3. harvesting

Who we are

Who we are at One grain

Company history and a brief introduction to OneGrain.

We are a South African born and based company which has been growing Teff since 2012 in the Free State region and delivering Our Teff to milling companies and consumers globally. Our CEO has been in the Teff industry long prior to the start up of OneGrain.

How we do our Teff

… is by starting with planting OneGrain Teff seed. 

how onegrain does teff
Onegrain Teff Traceability

Traceability

As a leader in the Teff industry we know the importance of the source and origin of elements required to produce, supply and export Teff and have a 100% working traceability policy. In short we don’t wing it- we know it.

Teff info

Origin and benefits

Between 5,000 and 8,000 B.C., the people of the Ethiopian highlands were among the first to domesticate plants and animals for food and Teff was one of the earliest plants domesticated. Teff is believed to originate in Ethiopia and Eritrea between 1,000 B.C. and 4,000 B.C.

It’s a fine grain about the size of a poppy seed that comes in a variety of colors, from white and red to dark brown. Teff thrives even in difficult climates so thus delivers a great ROI.

The grain is gaining popularity because it’s a gluten-free option that boasts a number of health benefits. It’s known to naturally balance hormone levels, boost immunity, stimulate digestion, strengthen bones, promote cardiovascular health and aid weight loss.

Teff is a high-fibre food and a strong source of protein, manganese, iron and calcium. This array of vitamins and minerals found in Teff contribute to its role as a healthy, weight-managing and bone-strengthening food source. One cup of cooked teff has about 255 calories.

For further product information and buying guidelines, please feel free to email us at johan@onegrain.net or reach out to our CEO directly.

Teff can do wonders

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onegrain now offers bales for fodder usage

OneGrain - BALES
HDF Teff Bales

Contact us

Better yet, see us in person!

We love our customers, so feel free to visit us any time in South Africa and come see How We Do Our Teff!