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Buckwheat Hulls in 2lb bag

 

Buckwheat Hulls

Domestically Grown, Pillow Ready
Available in 2 lb, 10 lb or 18 lb sizes

 

Buckwheat Seeds (also called Kernels)

Buckwheat Seeds or Kernels

 

 

Whole Buckwheat Seeds

as seen on Martha Stewart Living
Available in 2 lb or 10 lb sizes

 

 

 

Welcome to Cary, North Carolina, the new home of BuckwheatHull.com!  We are now a proud part of Life Experiences

Life Experiences, Inc. is a non-profit organization that operates a variety of small businesses for adults with developmental disabilities. Through education, training, and the free enterprise system, Life Experiences offers fulfilling employment for these individuals, allowing them to function as independent, productive citizens of our community. At the same time, valuable services and products are also provided.

The newest enterprise to operate under Life Experiences is BuckwheatHull.com, an online business specializing in hypo-allergenic Buckwheat hulls and Buckwheat seeds for use in products such as pillows, cushions, and heating pads.

Jackie Holcombe, Founder Buckwheathull.com

Jackie Holcombe, Founder

The idea was the brainchild of Morrisville, North Carolina (former) Mayor Jackie Holcombe, who founded BuckwheatHull.com to create an employment opportunity for her daughter, Lindsay, born with Down Syndrome. Jackie’s hope from the start was to build an organization to help her daughter and other special-needs individuals to lead fulfilling, productive lives. Jackie’s efforts, along with Lindsay’s excellent work habits and a feature on the Martha Stewart Show combined to result in great success for BuckwheatHull.com. Now as a component of the Life Experiences family of businesses, many more developmentally disabled individuals will benefit from this unique enterprise.

 

 

  • Tina Neil says:

    I was so excited to find this site! I am buying Buckwheat Hulls for my Supported Group Employment Day Program in Colorado called Sweet Success. Our Individuals are Intellectual/Developmental Delayed and make all kinds of all natural beauty and household cleaning products. It is great to see so many IDD Individuals getting honest rewarding work. Our company is called Sweet Beginnings and we are though Strive in Grand Junction Colorado.

    • Buckwheat1 says:

      Hello Tina, We are excited to partner with you in your work. I will check out your program. Please call if you are planning on ordering 100+ or more so we can apply our bulk pricing discount to your order. Thank you. Lynn

  • xu yang says:

    Can I require the signature confirmation? Thank you.

    • Buckwheat1 says:

      Good afternoon. I will set up your delivery with signature confirmation required. The order will ship this afternoon. I will email you the tracking information as soon as the shipping label is printed. Thank you. Lynn

  • shane seckler says:

    My order number is #14972 and it was supposed to be delivered yesterday.
    Even though we are less than 100 miles apart, it was sent to Alabama.
    “February 1, 2016 , 6:05 pm Departed USPS Facility MONTGOMERY, AL 36119”
    Nothing further has happened since then.
    I was wondering if you could check into it for me.
    Thanks.

    • Buckwheat1 says:

      Good afternoon. I was unable to get much information regarding the shipment. I spoke with a USPS employee at the Alabama PO that handled the package. He indicated that the route would be normal delivery from Raleigh to your address in TN, though it seems to me that it is considerably out of the way. I will continue to monitor the shipment. It is most definitely past the expected delivery date of 02/01. My apologies, but unfortunately once the package has left our facility it is out of our hands. If you decide to refuse delivery, we will refund your account for the price of the product. Thank you. Lynn

      • shane seckler says:

        I’ll just wait on it. Usually the Post Office is the best method of shipping around here. I guess they can’t be fast all the time. 😀
        Thank you for looking into it for me.