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When you select a product that features the GoBarley logo, you’re choosing an item made with Canadian barley. These items are proudly made with high-quality, delicious barley grown by Canadian farmers. So, when you’re looking for healthy, easy-to-use options at the grocery store, look for GoBarley. Browse our partners to learn where you can find these products.

Sunny Boy Food Ltd.

Soft Barley Pretzels

Pretzels take some time and patience, but the results are so worthwhile you will find yourself perfecting the technique and making them often.

Carrot Cake Barley with Walnuts, Raisins and Greek Yogurt

Eat it at home or take it to go in a mason jar, this barley breakfast is easy to work into your weekly line up when you keep cooked barley in the fridge.

Barley Banana Bread

Makes about 16 slices.

Chocolate Chunk Cherry Cream Scones

Makes 8 scones.

Olde Fashioned Gingersnaps

Makes about 4 dozen (48) cookies.

Chocolate ’n Chocolate Chip Cookies

Makes about 3 dozen (36) cookies.

Sweet and Sour Chicken Barley Casserole

Makes 6 servings.

Cream Barley with Tomatoes and Mushrooms

Makes 8 servings.

Beef and Barley Stew

Makes 6 servings

Zucchini Barley Bulgur-Stuffed Tomatoes

Make 6 servings.

Sunny Boy Foods Ltd. began in 1929 with a simple vision in mind—to produce quality products made with Canadian ingredients. Today, Sunny Boy Foods continues to produce flours, breakfast cereals, and pancake and waffle mixes.

Located in Camrose, Alberta, Sunny Boy sources and mills cereals grown by Canadian farmers. Through partnerships with farmers, and now GoBarley, Sunny Boy maintains its 80-year-old tradition to quality products made with Canadian ingredients.

Where to find them

Sunny Boy products can be found at Safeway, Sobeys, Co-op, Freson Bros., Save-On-Foods, Planet Foods, Organic Box, Earth’s General Store, Leduc Pantry and United Grocers stores