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Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower seeds are from the sunflower plant that blooms in spring and summer periods. Raw sunflower seeds are extremely nutritious and packed with an array of essential vitamins and minerals. Sunflower seeds are nature's gift and naturally full of protein, fibre and healthy fats and are easy to fit in to your diet daily. They are incredibly versatile and are a great addition to smoothie bowls, salads and a whole range of sweet and savoury meals and bakes. Due to the high oil levels in sunflower seeds, they are often used to produce polyunsaturated oil such as sunflower oil. The naturally good fats found in sunflower seeds are a great way of reaching recommended daily intake of healthy fats.

What do Sunflower Seeds Taste Like?

Sunflower seeds have a creamy texture with a slight crunch. They have a delicious mild flavour that can compliment a wide variety of meals. Try toasting your sunflower seeds to enhance the flavours and create a delightful nuttiness that is perfect for afternoon snacking.

What Are The Benefits of Sunflower Seeds?

Sunflower seeds are a great health-promoting snack. They have a vast amount of vitamins and minerals that can have health benefits once consumed. They contain vitamin E, which neutralises free radicals and helps maintain a healthy heart and energy levels for general vitality. Vitamin E is also important for the immune systems natural defenses, which can help you stay fit and healthy throughout the year.

Sunflower seeds also contain phytosterols. Phytosterols are compounds naturally found in certain plants and when consumed in the diet can contribute to normal cholesterol level in blood, which is great news for people with high cholesterol.

  • Contains vitamin E, magnesium, iron, zinc, phosphorus, potassium and selenium
  • High in fibre and protein
  • Contain essential healthy fats
  • Vegan friendly
  • A natural source of energy

Ways to Use Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower seeds are extremely versatile and can be used in many ways. Some of the easiest ways to consume sunflower seeds are to simply snack on in their raw form or adding to breakfasts such as smoothie bowls, oats and muesli.

  • Sprinkle on top of your favourite breakfast
  • Add to salads for healthy fats and essential protein
  • Make your own sunflower seed butter and add to your morning oats, toast or even home-baking such as cakes, muffins and bread
  • Make your own sunflower seed oil
  • Toast the sunflower seeds to realise the nutty flavours - try adding spices for a moreish snack

How to Store Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower seeds should be grey/white in colour when purchased. If they appear to be slightly yellow in colour then they should not be consumed. This is due to the high fat content that can cause seeds such as sunflower seeds to turn after long periods of time. To avoid this, you should keep sunflower seeds in an airtight container of sealed packet and keep out of direct sunlight in a cool, dry space such as a kitchen cupboard.

Good quality sunflower seeds should last for 2-3 months, however if you keep them in an airtight container in the fridge it will extend the life for up to a year.

Buy Sunflower Seeds Online

You can buy sunflower seeds online and choose from a variety of options including organic sunflower seeds and European sunflower seeds which are very popular with our customers. We post our sunflower seeds with fast, reliable shipping times with an excellent customer service team who are on hand to help with anything you may need to know. Choose from a range of smaller to bulk sizes depending on your requirements.


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