Honest to Goodness
$5.25 RRP $4.75 Members

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Linseeds (Flaxseeds)
Brown Organic

An essential seed for healthy families. These flaxseeds have a mild, nutty taste, earthy undertones and best of all, are consciously grown using organic principles. Perfect for nutritious salads, smoothies, cereals and even baking.

The benefits.

  • Promotes healthy digestion and gut health (fibre)
  • Can help reduce appetite and cravings (protein)
  • Helps with heart health and may lower risk of stroke (omega-3 ALA)
  • May help with balancing hormone levels like estrogen (lignans) 

What goes in.

Organic brown flaxseeds.

May be present: gluten, sesame, soy and tree nuts.

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.


Product of Kazakhstan, packed in Australia.

Hot tip.

Make the most of your flaxseeds by soaking them — just like you do with chia seeds. Dunk a spoonful of seeds into a glass, cover with water and leave overnight. The next day, drink the mixture, or add it to a smoothie, fruit juice or bowl of cereal. This trick is especially handy if you’re suffering from constipation.

Nutritional Information.

Honest to Goodness

From the sesame seeds they sell to the very soul of their organisation, Honest to Goodness keep it, well, honest. Their philosophy? To make healthy food and affordable ingredients for everyone. Established in 2002, Honest to Goodness is underpinned by the strongest of company values, like ‘contribute not exploit’, which places ethical contribution and responsibility at the forefront. They also support organisations and causes whose values align with their own, which includes their ‘goodness giving program.’ Wholefoods that are ethical, environmental and don’t cost the earth? Sounds like our perfect partner.