Seeds

Highly nutritious foods, seeds are rich in unsaturated fat, omega 3 fatty acids, and vitamin group B amongst other vitamins and minerals. Most seeds can be sprouted at home in a jar or a seed sprouter. Sprouted seeds are highly nutritious and are a valuable source of vitamins and minerals all the year round. Upon cooking seeds lose their essential fatty acids so it is advisable to eat them raw.


Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower Seeds

Add to salads, bars, bakes, bread for extra crunch or grind and use as a coating for meat or fish

PER 30g SERVING:

Energy

759.6kj183kcal

Sugar

0.90g

Fat

15.00g

Saturates

1.80g

Salt

0.00g

379.8%

3.0%

50.0%

6.0%

0.0%

% of your guideline daily amount


Organic Hemp Seeds

Organic Hemp Seeds

Hemp seeds can be blended into smoothies, or added to bread, bars and other baked goods or sprinkled on salads

PER 30g SERVING:

Energy

761.1kj183.6kcal

Sugar

1.41g

Fat

15.18g

Saturates

1.05g

Salt

0.00g

385.1%

4.7%

50.6%

3.5%

0.0%

% of your guideline daily amount


Chia Seeds

Chia Seeds

Cultivated on the sun-baked sierras of South America, Chia seeds are potent little bundles of energy, Omega 3, fibre and protein that have been used as an essential ingredient for centuries. Prized by the ancient Aztecs, the seeds now add an extra dimension to home bread-making, and will enliven everything from seeded loaves to pizza bases.

PER 30g SERVING:

Energy

614.4kj147kcal

Sugar

0.00g

Fat

9.24g

Saturates

0.96g

Salt

0.01g

189.2%

0.0%

30.8%

3.2%

0.0%

% of your guideline daily amount