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  • BLACK CHIA SEEDS, ORGANIC

    These Chia seeds are extremely high in Omega-3 fatty acids and are loaded with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and fiber. Chia seeds can be eaten raw and can also be ground for use in baked goods such as breads, cakes and muffins.

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    These Chia seeds are extremely high in Omega-3 fatty acids and are loaded with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and fiber. Chia seeds can be eaten raw and can also be ground for use in baked goods such as breads, cakes and muffins.

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  • BROWN FLAXSEED, ORGANIC

    Brown Flaxseed is a good source of fiber and omega-3 fatty acids and can easily be added to baked goods such as biscuits, pancakes, waffles, muffins and breads. Try adding a handful of these seeds to cereals and granolas.

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    Brown Flaxseed is a good source of fiber and omega-3 fatty acids and can easily be added to baked goods such as biscuits, pancakes, waffles, muffins and breads. Try adding a handful of these seeds to cereals and granolas.

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  • EVERYTHING BAGEL TOPPING

    This blend combines all your favorite bagel toppings in one mix: Sesame Seeds, Sea Salt, Garlic, Onions, Poppy Seeds.

    Ingredients: Hulled Sesame Seeds, Sea Salt, Garlic Minced, Onion Minced, Sesame Seeds Black and Poppy Seed.
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    This blend combines all your favorite bagel toppings in one mix: Sesame Seeds, Sea Salt, Garlic, Onions, Poppy Seeds.

    Ingredients: Hulled Sesame Seeds, Sea Salt, Garlic Minced, Onion Minced, Sesame Seeds Black and Poppy Seed.
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  • GOLDEN FLAXSEED

    Golden Flaxseed is a good source of fiber and omega-3 fatty acids and can easily be added to baked goods such as biscuits, pancakes, waffles, muffins and breads. Try adding a handful of these seeds to cereals and granolas for extra nutrition. The only difference between golden flaxseed and dark flaxseed is the color; they are both rich in nutrients and can be added to any desired food.

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    Golden Flaxseed is a good source of fiber and omega-3 fatty acids and can easily be added to baked goods such as biscuits, pancakes, waffles, muffins and breads. Try adding a handful of these seeds to cereals and granolas for extra nutrition. The only difference between golden flaxseed and dark flaxseed is the color; they are both rich in nutrients and can be added to any desired food.

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  • HEMP HEARTS

    These versatile seeds will add nutrition and a rich nutty taste to any meal!

    Sprinkle Hemp Hearts on salad, cereal, or yogurt, or blend them into smoothies. Shelling the hemp seed produces the most nutritious and tender part of the seed, the heart. Hemp Hearts taste great, are easy to use, and nutritious too! There’s no need to grind or cook Hemp Hearts, they’re ready to eat straight from the bag and are simple to incorporate into your diet. Try sprinkling them on salads, cereal, or yogurt or blend them into smoothies. The only limit is your imagination.

    Hemp Hearts may look little, but they contain 10 grams of Plant Based Protein and 10 grams of Omega-3 and Omega-6 per 30 gram serving (more than a comparable serving of flax or chia). Manitoba Harvest is the world’s largest hemp food manufacturer to grow, make and sell our own line of hemp foods. Our producer partners deliver whole seed directly to our state-of-the-art, BRC (the highest level of food safety and quality certification in the world) certified facility. Hemp Hearts, as with all Manitoba Harvest products, is Non-GMO Project Verified.

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    These versatile seeds will add nutrition and a rich nutty taste to any meal!

    Sprinkle Hemp Hearts on salad, cereal, or yogurt, or blend them into smoothies. Shelling the hemp seed produces the most nutritious and tender part of the seed, the heart. Hemp Hearts taste great, are easy to use, and nutritious too! There’s no need to grind or cook Hemp Hearts, they’re ready to eat straight from the bag and are simple to incorporate into your diet. Try sprinkling them on salads, cereal, or yogurt or blend them into smoothies. The only limit is your imagination.

    Hemp Hearts may look little, but they contain 10 grams of Plant Based Protein and 10 grams of Omega-3 and Omega-6 per 30 gram serving (more than a comparable serving of flax or chia). Manitoba Harvest is the world’s largest hemp food manufacturer to grow, make and sell our own line of hemp foods. Our producer partners deliver whole seed directly to our state-of-the-art, BRC (the highest level of food safety and quality certification in the world) certified facility. Hemp Hearts, as with all Manitoba Harvest products, is Non-GMO Project Verified.

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  • POPPY SEEDS

    Poppy Seeds have a nutty aroma and taste. They are often used to flavor breads, cakes, rolls and cookies. They can also be ground and used in desserts such as pies and puddings.

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    Poppy Seeds have a nutty aroma and taste. They are often used to flavor breads, cakes, rolls and cookies. They can also be ground and used in desserts such as pies and puddings.

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  • RED QUINOA, ORGANIC

    The Incas called quinoa “the mother of grain” and fed it to their warriors before battle. Now people refer to it as a “super grain” since it offers a healthy balance of essential amino acids. Each of these nicknames is slightly off. Quinoa is actually a seed – not a grain – from a plant related to spinach, beets, and Swiss chard. Call it what you will. We’ll just call it delicious. Fully cooked in about 15 minutes, it has a pleasant fluffy consistency and delicate, slightly nutty flavor. Red quinoa maintains the same nutritional content as golden quinoa, the only difference is the vibrant color! Red quinoa makes a great addition to any meal as an added pop of color.

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    The Incas called quinoa “the mother of grain” and fed it to their warriors before battle. Now people refer to it as a “super grain” since it offers a healthy balance of essential amino acids. Each of these nicknames is slightly off. Quinoa is actually a seed – not a grain – from a plant related to spinach, beets, and Swiss chard. Call it what you will. We’ll just call it delicious. Fully cooked in about 15 minutes, it has a pleasant fluffy consistency and delicate, slightly nutty flavor. Red quinoa maintains the same nutritional content as golden quinoa, the only difference is the vibrant color! Red quinoa makes a great addition to any meal as an added pop of color.

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  • WHITE QUINOA, ORGANIC

    The Incas called quinoa “the mother of grain” and fed it to their warriors before battle. Now people refer to it as a “super grain” since it offers a healthy balance of essential amino acids. Each of these nicknames is slightly off. Quinoa is actually a seed – not a grain – from a plant related to spinach, beets, and Swiss chard. Call it what you will. We’ll just call it delicious. Fully cooked in about 10 minutes, it has a pleasant fluffy consistency and delicate, slightly nutty flavor.

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    The Incas called quinoa “the mother of grain” and fed it to their warriors before battle. Now people refer to it as a “super grain” since it offers a healthy balance of essential amino acids. Each of these nicknames is slightly off. Quinoa is actually a seed – not a grain – from a plant related to spinach, beets, and Swiss chard. Call it what you will. We’ll just call it delicious. Fully cooked in about 10 minutes, it has a pleasant fluffy consistency and delicate, slightly nutty flavor.

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  • WHITE SESAME SEEDS, ORGANIC

    Sesame Seed is the seed of an annual herb that grows well in hot climates. Sesame Seeds have a nut-like, mild flavor and are most commonly used in breads, candies, main dishes and as a garnish on pasta and vegetables.

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    Sesame Seed is the seed of an annual herb that grows well in hot climates. Sesame Seeds have a nut-like, mild flavor and are most commonly used in breads, candies, main dishes and as a garnish on pasta and vegetables.

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