A new variety of naked spelled (Grimme) has been cultivated from an ancient species of emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides L.). Consuming the food items made of this spelt reduces the risk of contracting cardiovascular and some cancer diseases in humans due to the flour fiber content that is higher than that in other kinds of wheat. For the time being, this is one and the only variety of naked spelt available for agricultural growing and rich in protein, fibers, micro-and macroelements, and indispensable acids, which is typical for ancient kinds of wheat. Estimation of the spelt’s biochemical, milling and baking properties have demonstrated the physical and chemical properties of the flour match those of first-class soft wheat. Our studies have shown that the flour made of the Grimme grains can be used to produce bakery products of higher biological, health-promoting, and nutrition value. These products are rich in manganese, selenium, zinc, potassium, Ferrum, phosphorus, vitamins B and D, and indispensable acids.