Sunflower Seeds, Raw

Originally from Latin America, sunflowers were one of the first plants to be harvested in the US. In the 15th century the Spanish conqueror introduced the seeds to Europe where sunflower are still widely cultivated both for seeds and oil. Sunflower oil is nowadays one of the most popular oil all over the world. Sunflower seeds contains up to 6 grams of protein per serving. They burst in vitamin, especially vitamin E and vitamin B1; they contain manganese, selenium, phosphorous, magnesium and copper.

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Sunflower Seeds, Roasted Salted

Originally from Latin America, sunflowers were one of the first plants to be harvested in the US. In the 15th century the Spanish conqueror introduced the seeds to Europe where sunflower are still widely cultivated both for seeds and oil. Sunflower oil is nowadays one of the most popular oil all over the world. Sunflower seeds contains up to 6 grams of protein per serving. They burst in vitamin, especially vitamin E and vitamin B1; they contain manganese, selenium, phosphorous, magnesium and copper.

  • Sunflower Seeds, Roasted Salted

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Sunflower Seeds, Roasted Unsalted

Originally from Latin America, sunflowers were one of the first plants to be harvested in the US. In the 15th century the Spanish conqueror introduced the seeds to Europe where sunflower are still widely cultivated both for seeds and oil. Sunflower oil is nowadays one of the most popular oil all over the world. Sunflower seeds contains up to 6 grams of protein per serving. They burst in vitamin, especially vitamin E and vitamin B1; they contain manganese, selenium, phosphorous, magnesium and copper.

  • Sunflower Seeds, Roasted Unsalted

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