From what I understand, there are commercially produced matzos made from wheat (including spelt) and rye and oats.

For some reason, I cannot find commercially produced barley matzos.

Do they exist?

If so, why are they so difficult to find?

If not, why not?

  • Probably the answer to the either of the last two questions is that of lack of demand: If there aren't enough people willing to buy barley matzos (and probably pay extra for the privilege), then there is less reason/incentive to produce them. – Tamir Evan May 7 at 5:45
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    For what it's worth, according to the Hebrew Wikipedia's "שעורה תרבותית", Karaites eat barley matzos on Pesach, as they consider it to be "לחם עוני". – Tamir Evan May 7 at 6:18
  • Why would someone want them? Everything but wheat is bedieved and only for people with wheat allergies judaism.stackexchange.com/a/90391/759 – Double AA May 7 at 11:54

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