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  • Potentially the first wheat in the New World, the landrace wheat Sonora was brought to America from Europe in the first movements of trans-Atlantic trade in the 1600s. It was also one of the first wheats imported into Australia by William Farrer, the godfather of Australian wheat breeding, in the late 1800s. He rebadged it Allora Spring. Resurgent interest in Sonora in the American baking scene has seen its use in everything from tortillas to cakes. It is a soft wheat with a lovely flavour.

    Sonora Soft white wheat flour

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