We produce hulled, unhulled, and roasted hemp seeds. They have a subtle nutty flavour, a crunchy texture, and are very similar to the shape of buckwheat. As part of the hemp plant, the seeds are technically a nut that can be eaten raw, roasted, or cooked but can also be processed into milk, flour, and butter. Hemp seed milk, for example, can be used as an alternative to milk in drinks and recipes. The hulled seeds can also be pressed into hemp seed oil. The remaining press cake can, in turn, be converted into hemp protein powder. When the hemp seeds are roasted, a savoury umami flavour develops, somewhat similar to that of bacon and fried prawns.
Our crunchy, roasted hemp seeds are refined with selected ingredients such as organic cane sugar, organic vanilla, organic cocoa, or organic coffee. As a garnish, hemp seeds go well with almost any dish, from soup to stir-fry. They are good for refining sweet as well as hearty dishes and can be easily integrated into daily meals, e.g., as trail mix or as snacks for children, athletes, and cinema-goers. They are also suitable as a crispy topping, e.g. for fruit, salads, or pasta, and can provide an extra energy boost. People with gluten sensitivity can use hemp seeds as a substitute for breadcrumbs to coat chicken or fish. They can also be used as ingredients in pancakes and baked goods.
Of the three most common hemp products on the market - seeds, oil, and protein powder - hemp seeds offer the widest range of nutritional benefits per serving. Hemp seeds are naturally gluten-free, have a very high nutritional value, and offer a good source of protein for vegans, vegetarians, or people who are allergic to soy or nuts. More than 25% of their total calories consist of high-quality protein. In comparison, chia seeds and flaxseeds contain around 16-18 percent protein. They are also easier to digest compared to other protein sources such as meat, eggs, cow’s milk, or cheese. The two best-known proteins are edestin and albumin, which contain a large amount of amino acids that are essential for the body. Hemp seeds are also rich in unsaturated fatty acids and have a much more optimal omega-6 to omega-3 ratio than most other seeds. These acids have a number of health benefits, including regulating the immune system, eliminating skin conditions, and promoting cell growth. In addition, the seeds are also rich in vitamins (A, E, B, D, K) and minerals (potassium, sulphur, iron, magnesium, silicon, zinc, manganese and others) and contain all the essential amino acids. Hemp seeds also contain both soluble and insoluble dietary fibres, which in combination can support healthy digestion and a strong immune system. However, hulled hemp seeds have a significantly lower fibre content because the fibre-rich hull has been removed.
The roasted hemp seeds can be used in a particularly versatile way. Refined with organic cane sugar, organic vanilla, organic cocoa, or organic coffee, they can be consumed as raw food, e.g. as a crispy topping for salads, muesli, ice cream, yoghurt, etc.. The seeds are a delicious snack - and a valuable, natural source of protein! They can be used as an ingredient in trail mixes or as snacks for children, athletes and cinema-goers.
Unpeeled organic hemp seeds are roasted and mixed with other organic ingredients such as organic raw sugar, organic cocoa, organic coffee, organic vanilla, etc.. The seeds are then either packed in bulk or in doypacks.
Roasted hemp seeds, whole cane sugar, cinnamon, bourbon vanilla.
Roasted hemp seeds, raw cane sugar, chilli, curry, paprika, pepper, rock salt.
Roasted hemp seeds, whole cane sugar, coffee, cocoa, bourbon vanilla. (contains caffeine)
Roasted hemp seeds, rock salt, herb salt (sea salt, carrots, celery, leek, parsley, celery leaves, thyme, basil, lovage, dill, savoury).
Roasted hemp seeds, rock salt, spices, chilli, herb salt (sea salt, carrots, celery, leek, parsley, celery leaves, thyme, basil, lovage, dill, savoury).