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Pumpkin Seed Flour


Australia's first pumpkin seed flour is made from the 'cake' after oil extraction. It can add colour, texture and a subtle nutty flavour to baked goods. In fact, all foods can benefit from the flavour and goodness this concentrated form for pumpkin seeds provide. Plus, it has a massive 49% protein and packed with heaps of nutrients.

The benefits.

  • Can assist in reducing inflammation (antioxidants)
  • Helps blood cell formation and function (iron)
  • Helps regulates blood pressure and blood sugar levels (magnesium)
  • Helps with building muscle (protein)
  • Can promote good digestive health (fibre)

What goes in.

Roasted pumpkin seeds.

What's kept out.

Preservatives, pesticides, and sugar.

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.


Sourced from North East Victoria. 

Hot tip.

Substitute approximately 1/3 of a cup of regular flour for the meal in any regular recipe and taste the difference. Great for cakes, bread, biscuits, and pizza bases. Sprinkle a teaspoon over your morning porridge or muesli for the nutty goodness to start your day. 

Pepo Farms

Established in 2002, Australian Pumpkin Seed Company is a family owned and operated company with all profits retained and used for continual growth and improvement. They are the first and only producers of pumpkin seeds in Australia and they're proud to be a farm to plate company that produces pumpkin seeds for eating and a range of other seeds, nuts, oils and flours. They practice sustainable farming using organic and biodynamic practices, which involves their team working with agronomists to constantly look for natural ways to enrich the soil. The use of cover crops and other means such as carbon capture allow us to go beyond simply not using any herbicides or pesticides.