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Good Hemp Protein Hemp Seed Hearts

£5.50

The big event, the reason we've all come together. Our hemp seed hearts are light and nutty and may be utilised in almost any fashion you can think of. Everything from oatmeal and yoghurt to stir-fries and salads goes well with them.


The shells are removed (they don't taste good and get stuck in your teeth), but otherwise, it's simply tiny hemp seeds in a pretty bag. It's a different tale within the seeds. They're filled with protein, fibre, and omega 3, the three things you're often told you need more of.

The following are some of the reasons why we believe it's cool:

  • Vegan Omega 3, protein, and fibre from a natural source
  • It may be used on almost anything.
  • It tastes fantastic.

 

 

100% Natural Shelled Hemp Seed

PER 100G

PER 30G SERVING

Energy

2504Kj/605Kcal

751Kj/181Kcal

Protein

31g

9.3g

Carbohydrate

5.0g

1.5g

of which Sugar

2.6g

0.8g

Fat

52.0g

15.6g

   of which Saturates

4.0g

1.2g

   of which Monounsaturates

6.0g

1.8g

    of which Polyunsaturates

41.0g

12.3g

   of which Omega 3

9.0g

2.7g

 of which Omega 6

29.0g

8.7g

Fibre

9.3g 2.8g

Salt

trace trace
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