Flax seeds are known for their high omega-3 content, but did you know they're also a great source of protein, fibre, several B vitamins, and minerals? They've also been shown to have cholesterol-lowering effects and promote digestive health.
Organic golden flax seeds.
May contain traces of sesame, nuts and soy.
Flax seeds are very fragile! They should always be kept in the fridge when whole and should only be ground as needed. Whole flax seeds will keep for eight months in the fridge, but once ground, they will keep for only 2 weeks in the fridge, or 1 month in the freezer.
Culinary Uses & Recipes
We recommend you grind your flax seeds into a powder to make them easier to digest and get the most benefits out of them. Beware, however: they only keep for a maximum of two weeks once they've been ground, whereas whole seeds can keep up to 8 months in an airtight container in the fridge.
Need some inspiration? Try these recipes:
Flax and chia seed crackers
Nutritious breakfast smoothie