Seeds are by their nature high in energy, protein and fibre. These grey, nut-like seeds have had their husks removed. They are delicious used in baking or added to sweet or savoury dishes.
|TYPICAL NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (as packed)|
|Single serving size =||30g (approx. 2 tablespoons)|
|Per 100g||Per single serving||% of NRV* per serving|
|Energy (kJ)||2 445||734|
|Glycaemic Carbohydrate (g)||11||3|
|of which total sugars (g)||2.6||0.8|
|Total fat (g)||51.5||15.5|
|of which Saturated fat (g)||4.5||1.4|
|of which Trans fat (g)||0.0||0.0|
|of which Monounsaturated fat (g)||18.5||5.6|
|of which Polyunsaturated fat (g)||23.1||6.9|
|Dietary fibre (g)||8.6||2.6|
|Total Sodium (mg)||9||3|
|Vitamin B1 (mg)||1.5||0.5||38|
|Vitamin E (mg)||35.2||10.6||70|
* Nutrient Reference Values for individuals 4 years and older
This product is packed in a warehouse where peanuts and tree nuts are present.
Sunflower seeds are tasty eaten raw / roasted. They can be used in baking bread, muffins and biscuits or added to salads and stir-fries.