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Extra Select Sunflower Hearts these are bakery grade kernels produced from black oil sunflower seeds. This means they are from the sunflower which contains the highest levels of oil and therefore energy rather than the confectionery grade hearts which are mainly taken from medium and large striped sunflower seeds.
Our sunflower hearts are also put through a sortex machine which uses lasers to colour detect any black husk still remaining, producing a uniform and totally husk free sample.
We use these same excellent sunflower hearts in our blends, we don’t substitute lower grades in any way.
Best fed from feeder or wild bird table.
Complementary food for wild birds may contain nuts.
Not intended for human consumption.
Store in a cool. dry place below 14%.
This product will be shipped in a white shipping bag for extra strength during transit to prevent damage.Not in the extra select bag shown in the image, the bag contents will be the same product.
Sunflower HeartsSee all Product Description
Great product - these sunflower hearts are solid, fresh-looking and the birds (and squirrels) absolutely love them. This is definitely value for money.Published 2 days ago by Lucy
Have adopted three peacocks. They love these sunflower hearts. Best value I found. Delivery was swift and should last a few weeks.Published 3 days ago by Clive Odom
Excellent tub of Sunflower Hearts - the birds love them! Goldfinches here yesterday....first sighting this winter. Coal tits, Great tits and Blue tits..Robins, Blackbirds... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Poochesnpuss
The wild birds are totally flocking for this grub. I did wonder if I had gone a bit overboard buying a 20kg bag but definitely no worries there as I am flying through it. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Stacey
Birds adore them. I mix them with other seeds and it all disappears so quickly ....happy birds!Published 14 days ago by Anne Thomas