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Chia Seeds - Black - ORGANIC
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Chia seeds come from the chia plant, one of the many members of the Salvia genus in the mint family (Lamiaceae). Cultivated and consumed by the Aztecs and their ancestors for millennia, chia’s origins can be traced back to Mexico’s central valley.

The protein chia seeds contain, at around 20% by weight, one of the most complete proteins in the vegetable kingdom. They also contain about 35% fibre (most of it highly viscous insoluble fibre) and plenty of antioxidants! This natural combination of elements makes a perfect "shield" for the chia seed’s uniquely high omega-3 content by protecting the oil from air, light and oxidation.

Chia seeds are a complete superfood and chock-full of energy!

Flax Seeds - Brown - ORGANIC
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Flax is a small, shiny seed that's high in omega-3 fatty acids, dietary fibre, thiamin, magnesium, phosphorus, copper and manganese.

This seed is great to use in many different ways in the kitchen. Often used as an egg replacement or added as is into recipes for its flavour and nutritional content.

We source our flax from a local BC supplier.

Hemp Seeds - Raw, Hulled
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Containing a near-perfect ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids, hemp seeds are also one of the most complete sources of plant-based protein.

Our hemp seeds are grown in Manitoba.

Hemp Seeds - Raw, Hulled - ORGANIC
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Containing a near-perfect ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids, hemp seeds are also one of the most complete sources of plant-based protein.

Our hemp seeds are grown in Manitoba.

Pumpkin Seeds - Austrian, Raw, Hulled - ORGANIC
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These nutritious seeds are packed full of flavour! A wonderful addition to so many recipes, the options are endless. Most commonly used in salads, granola, granola/trail mix bars, pumpkin seed milk, muffins and roasted or spiced on their own!

Pumpkin Seeds - Austrian, Dry Roasted, Hulled - ORGANIC
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These roasted pumpkin seeds come from the same supplier as our raw ones. Pumpkin seeds are packed full of flavour and nutrition! A wonderful addition to so many recipes, the options are endless. Most commonly used in salads, granola, granola/trail mix bars, add them to your own custom trail mix or enjoy a handful on their own.

Sesame Seeds - Raw, Hulled - ORGANIC
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Not only a good source of protein and calcium, sesame seeds are also a delicious addition to salads, stir fries or baking. Because of their high oil content, sesame seeds should be stored at cool temperatures to avoid rancidity.

These are white sesame seeds with the hulls removed.

Sesame Seeds - Raw, Natural - ORGANIC
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Not only a good source of protein and calcium, sesame seeds are also a delicious addition to salads, stir fries or baking. Because of their high oil content, sesame seeds should be stored at cool temperatures to avoid rancidity.

These are brown, unhulled sesame seeds in their natural state.

Sunflower Seeds - Raw, Shelled
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Considered to be native to North America, sunflower seeds are an excellent source of linoleic acid. These highly nutritious seeds have a powerful amino acid profile and are especially high in tryptophan, which is known to produce calmness and help those with sleep disorders.

Sunflower Seeds - Raw, Shelled - ORGANIC
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Sunflower seeds are high in vitamin E and B6, thiamin, niacin, folate, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, manganese and selenium. They're also a great source for dietary fibre, protein, some amino acids, linoleic acid (an essential fatty acid) and are rich in cholesterol-lowering phytosterols.

They're great to use in many ways; common as a snack food on their own, they're also used for cooking and baking. Many people enjoy them added to salads, granola, muffins and cookies. Experiment with adding them to your meals to find your own preferred way to eat them!

Sunflower Seeds - Shelled, Roasted, Salted
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Ingredients: Sunflower seeds, canola oil, salt.

Considered to be native to North America, sunflower seeds are an excellent source of linoleic acid. These highly nutritious seeds have a powerful amino acid profile and are especially high in tryptophan, which is known to produce calmness and help those with sleep disorders.

 
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