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Chickpeas, lentils and other ‘pulses’ are having a renaissance moment – and it’s a boon for Northwest farmers

Pulses are a class of legumes that include lentils, chickpeas, dry peas and dry beans. They’re popping up in grocery stores in a variety of familiar products and new inventions, …

More hummus, please: US chickpea acres seen climbing to record

The hummus craze is hitting the heartland, with U.S. farmers preparing to sow more chickpeas than ever before.

Subway restaurants testing thinner meat slices, hummus option

NEW YORK – Subway is testing hummus and thinner slices of deli meats that look more appealing as it looks to keep pace with changing eating trends. Tony Pace, Subway’s …

Farm bill program putting healthy food on school menus

At Cheney High School, students hardly realized hummus had been added to the menu. Its stealthy label is “veggie dip.” “Wait: Is that the sort of white stuff they serve …

Chickpea pioneer’s innovation gave Inland Northwest vital crop

The next time you have a big scoop of hummus – and if you’re like me, that’ll be any second now – spare a kind thought for Jim Evans of …

Bronzestone seeks gold with hummus

Heath Barnes and Tish Ghigleri used to make a living shipping Palouse-grown chickpeas across the country. Now they’re diverting some of those shipments into hummus for Inland Northwest eaters with …