Cereal Grains | Oilseeds | Pulses | Ancient Grains | Blends

Oilseeds are known for their high oil content, ranging from 20% - 40+%. Oilseeds are leading the way against the misconception that fats in general are bad, as they are an excellent source of essential fatty acids, a key part of healthy diets. Some oilseeds are extremely versatile, and can be used for both food and industrial applications.
  • Brown Flax
    high in omega-3 fatty acids, an essential fatty acid that aids in heart health. It also helps in the development of brain, eye and nerves.
  • Golden Flax
    also high in omega-3 fatty acids, but a golden yellow colour.
  • Sesame
    one of the earliest known condiments, sesame is are a very good source of copper, and a good source of dietary fibre.
  • Sunflower
    a good source of linoelic acid and dietary fibre. Confectionary or bakers seeds are most commonly used in food applications.
  • Soyabean