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- These seeds are organic and have been de-shelled
- These hemp kernels are packaged in an air tight foil bag
- Hemp seeds are very high in Omega 3, 6 and 9
- Organically grown hemp seed
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These seeds are organic and have been de-shelled. These hemp kernels are packaged in an air tight foil bag. Hemp seeds are very high in Omega 3, 6, and 9.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
tasty and of course organic is only way to go
hemp seeds are really good for your health and taste nuttu I use in my smoothies after a friend recommend them
High quality hemp seeds. I put them in porridge or in a banana smoothie. They have a toasted nutty flavor and are great with honey or maple syrup. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M Ndoci
I have tried many brands of hemp protein but this is far away the worst. The taste is truly disgusting and I usually like the taste of most other hemp protein. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Duncan Findlay
Very nice seeds but need to be consume quickly as they go rancid after a while.Published 4 months ago by Miss L Nobel