Hemp is considered one of the world’s most nutritious plants, so you can imagine how healthy its seeds are. They’re packed with edestin - a rare protein - not to mention, have a pleasantly mild, nutty taste.
Ideal 3:1 ratio of omega-6 to 3 fatty acids (balances inflammation)
Contains all nine essential amino acids (complete protein)
Has been shown to assist with vision (vitamin E - antioxidant)
Promotes healthy digestion and gut health (fibre)
What goes in.
Organic hemp seeds.
What's kept out.
Synthetic fertilisers and pesticides.
Did you know?
Did you know that most seeds are grown on commercial farms using synthetic fertilisers and harsh pesticides? Seed plants must be left in the field for as long as possible, to allow the seeds to reach maturity before they’re harvested. But with more time, comes a higher risk of pests and disease, so farmers often rely on these chemicals to keep them at bay.
Sustainably grown in NSW.
Think of hemp seeds like a super sprinkle. You can add them to absolutely anything: hot cereal, yoghurt, salads or smoothies. And it doesn’t stop there. Keep the goodness rolling by mixing them into breads, pancakes, granola bars and other baked desserts.
Hemp is being celebrated as our next big superfood, but it’s anything but a fad. In many parts of the world, hemp has been a staple food for thousands of years, and for good reason(s)! This Australian owned and operated business understands what hemp can do for our health — that’s why they’re leading the charge in Australia towards acceptance and inclusion of this powerful plant. In fact, Hemp Foods Australia believes we can be a major global competitor in growing organic hemp, and have plans to grow thousands of hectares sustainably and in harmony with nature. Tucked away in pristine Bangalow, Hemp Foods Australia manufactures, blends and packs using processes that create the most nutritious addition for your pantry.