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LDS Church sells bulk wheat?

scottsourdough's picture
scottsourdough

LDS Church sells bulk wheat?

Well, I've been looking into buying bulk wheat berries and haven't found many great options online. Besides high shipping costs, the price of the wheat often doesn't seem that great. I just stumbled across a new possibility, on the online store run by the LDS church. They sell a box of six 10-pound cans of hard red winter wheat for only $28, with free shipping. It's a little weird that it's in cans, but I guess that's not a problem. Here's a link:

http://store.lds.org/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product3_715839595_10557__-1__195792

Has anyone bought from here? Anyone find it off-putting buying from a religious website? Or can you recommend me a better option for buying online?

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Home Baker

Case of six #10 cans = 33 lbs.

Walmart in my area stocks two varieties of Wheat Montana in 25 lb. bags for $12.50. I don't know if it's available from walmart.com.

scottsourdough's picture
scottsourdough

Didn't consider the 10# cans aren't 10 pounds of wheat.

beeman1's picture
beeman1

Wheat Montana has dealers and resellers in Many areas. If you can buy direct from an LDS cannery that is the cheapest way to go.

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utahcpalady

I too am lds and have bought a lot of various food storage items from the cannery. Now you should know that the wheat in #10 cans packed properly will last 30 years. I dont mind the church wheat but I like Montana Milling wheat it is the best hands down after testing many different wheat mills products. They have a website call Cheryl for current pricing.