Best Superfood Australia - Since Roman Time - BSISA
Ancient Mediterranean Superfoods

Discover the fusion between

The earth's healthiest grains and seeds 

BSISA products are ready to eat highly nutritious Ancient Mediterranean Superfoods rich in protein, fibres and other essential nutrients, Artisanaly made from a stone-ground mix of Potent Spices and Natural Herbs, Seeds, Legumes and Whole Grains.

It can be prepared in various ways: as a smoothie drink, as a breakfast cream, a spread, or in the form of energy balls, as a flour healthy substitute or used in savoury dishes.


Organic plant-based products with NO added sugar or artificial sweeteners, NO preservatives


Contains delicious herbs and spices with powerful health benefits made entirely out of the good stuff

Complete nutrition

Protein, Fibre essential fats, carbs plus plenty of vitamins and minerals


Time-honoured tradition provides you with the purest form of grains with unparalleled quality

Save time

No baking required, no complicated preparation process or recipe

Stone Milling

Stone milling is the ancient method of grinding grains.

Old but Gold, this genius method still brings out an end product that retains most of the natural and original proportions of nutrients in the seeds and grains and mostly unparalleled quality bursting with flavour. Thanks to the slow speeds and gentle grinding, we deliver the best Bsisa product with the highest nutritional values, genuine taste and aroma.

Natural is pure power

Bsisa products are delicious, additive-free, and a genuinely energy-packed addition to any lifestyle.

The Bsisa formulation infers essential nutrients and minerals 100% all-natural nasties free.

So yeah, enjoy pure plant energy.

Let food be thy medicine

Hippocrates ancient Greek physician

BSISA History

Tancredi Scarpelli (1866–1937)

Bsisa is a typical Mediterranean food based on dry roasted natural wholegrains and legumes seasoned with varied spices and aromatic herbs, dating back to Roman times. A folktale mentioned that Carthaginian General Hannibal Barca, the greatest military general of his generation, used it to feed his army in the famous Hannibal's crossing of the Alps in 218 BC. From that time, the recipe and the single know-how have been passed down from generation to generation.

An interesting fact recently revealed by a bone analysis of 22 gladiators from about 1,800 years ago in the Roman town of Ephesus in Turkey show that the typical food eaten by gladiators was wheat, barley and beans, which is the bases of Bsisa.

Be the Superfamily

Bsisa A Creative Way to Incorporate More Whole Grains into Your Family Diet

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