Long Wheat (Triticum Dicoccum – Emmer wheat or Farro) is a type of hulled wheat commonly called by the name as "jave or khapli" in India. Long wheat is nutritionally superior when compared to commercially available durum wheat in its protein and dietary fiber contents. It is tastier and has higher satiety value. It is more suited for diabetes management. It was widely cultivated in the ancient world, but now is considered as a relic crop.