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The "Emmer wheat" is the common name by which the “covered” wheats are called, different from the more popular “naked” wheats (soft and durum) because, at the time of threshing, kernels do not separate from the husk.

This is the first wheat cultivated by man and its origins can be traced back in time, more than 10 thousand years ago. In the Ancient Rome it was a frequently used cereal.

The group includes three different species whose crops have come down to our days: Small Spelt or Monococcum (Triticum monococcum), Medium Spelt or Dicoccum (Triticum dicoccum), Big Spelt or Spelta (Triticum spelta), not suitable for the production of pasta

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