The deep green colour and nutty taste of this cold pressed pumpkin seed oil, is ideal for decorating the plate, drizzling over a hearty salad or as a tasty sauce. All year round you can serve delicious, nutritious meals, simple snacks or sauces when you discover the wonderful versatility of this locally made oil.
May help reduce inflammation (monounsaturated fats)
Helps with normal functioning of your heart and blood cholesterol levels (Omega 3 ALA)
May help reduce risk of chronic diseases (antioxidants)
Aids your nervous system, keeps muscles strong and healthy and your blood pressure normal (potassium and magnesium)
What goes in.
Cold-pressed pumpkin seeds.
What's kept out.
Preservatives, pesticides, and sugar.
Did you know?
Did you know that avocado oil should be kept in a dark bottle? This will protect it from sunlight, which over time will turn the oil rancid. This not only destroys the all-important antioxidants; it can also trigger harmful free radicals that contribute to cell damage.
Sustainably made in the Alpine Region of Victoria
Cold-pressed and unrefined, meaning that nothing has been added or taken away. Once the oil is pressed it is stored in stainless steel tanks for 5 days before bottling so any seed particles can settle.
Add pumpkin seed oil mixed in with apple cider vinegar on fresh green salads, or warm potato and bean salads.
Marinade meat, drizzle over steamed vegetables or pasta plus it gives delicious results in baking or even ty it mixed in ice cream to add a deliciously nutty flavour.
Growing food sustainably means working with the land, instead of against it. Food, farming and community are what Pepo Farms are all about. The journey of helping Aussie farmers began by pressing and milling their nuts into oils and flours. Today, Pepo Farms have expanded their social footprint. They’re passionate about bringing together farmers, growers, producers and customers to engage in actions and dialogue that work towards a future of food security.
The team at Pepo Farms believe that everyone has a right to access local produce. Achieving this means changing attitudes around the viability of small scale farms through the establishment of social enterprise businesses.