WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, USA, — The management of Monetran – an LLC based in Delaware – has announced that it has restructured business models and will be changing the company name to Aquarian Ancient Grains.

The company will be involved in the procurement and sales of what has become known as “ancient grains.’ Among these are millet, amaranth, teff, and milo. These grains are known as such because they are among the oldest grains cultivated by man with most having been grown for 5,000 to 10,000 years.

Aquarian Ancient Grains’ CEO, Don Bielak, is optimistic about the company’s future prospects. “Ancient grains have been steadily increasing in popularity in recent years due to the public’s elevated awareness of the health benefits they have to offer,” Bielak said. “Accordingly, the market share of these grains has increased, too. We will only deal in the freshest, finest grains available anywhere – organic, gluten free, and non GMO. We hope to be able to compete in the market place on the basis of this exceptional quality.”

The ancient grains offered by Aquarian have a low glycemic index and are gluten free, which are essential for those with diabetes or celiac disease. They also provide protein and minerals in substantial quantities and are high fiber. Many people choose ancient grains as a healthy substitute for white rice, which has a high glycemic index and is low in fiber.

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