Organic Chia Seeds, black

Organic Chia Seeds, black

Organic Chia Seeds, black

What is it?

The word 'chia' comes from the Mayan word for 'strength'. Aztec soldiers in Central Mexico used chia seeds to give them energy and stamina. It is a tiny seed. The plant is grown commercially for its seeds which are now used world-wide. 

What are the nutritional benefits?

Full of omega-3 fatty acids and fibre - 5 grams of fibre in one teaspoon. A good source of vitamin B, riboflavin and folate. Also a rich source of calcium, iron, magnesium and zinc.

Where can I use it?

The seeds can be eaten in multiple ways - raw or cooked. Add them to salads, smoothies, baked goods and even stir fries. Sprinkle them on your cereals or even as a substitute for pectin in jam. Helps to increase the nutritional value of any dish. Pleasant nutty flavour.

Anything important?

Chia seeds are incredibly absorbent. Mix them with water to create a chia gel which can then be used as a substitute for eggs in some baking.

Nutritional Values
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Typical ValuesPer 100gms / 100mls
Energy (kj)1800
Protein (g)16.5
Fat, total (g)30.7
Fat, saturated (g)3.3
Carbohydrate (g)6.1
Sugars (g)0
Dietary Fibre (g)34.4
Sodium (mg)16
Country of Origin
Product of:Mexico / Peru / Thailand
Listed in order of predominance:Certified Organic Chia Seeds (where available)

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This product has been re-packed in a facility handling products containing gluten, tree nuts, sesame seeds and peanuts. Every effort is made to separate equipment and ingredients during the re-pack process.

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  • Ex Tax: $4.26
  • Price in reward points: 390

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