What's better than sunflower seeds? Roasted sunflower seeds. Each seed is bursting with flavour, crave-worthy crunch, and loaded with vitamin E, magnesium, and healthy fats for your salads, pumpkin soup, or homemade granola. They're incredibly satisfying to have all on their own, too!
Rich in Calcium
Loaded with Antioxidants
High in Fibre
Rich in Iron
High in Protein
Rich in Vitamin B1
No Artificial Colours
1. Can roasted sunflower seeds be sprouted for added nutrition?
Roasted sunflower seeds are not used for sprouting. Check out our raw sunflower seeds for this.
2. Are roasted sunflower seeds suitable for a gluten-free diet?
Yes, roasted sunflower seeds are naturally gluten-free, making them a safe and nutritious option for those following a gluten-free diet.
3. How can I store roasted sunflower seeds to maintain freshness?
Store roasted sunflower seeds in an airtight container in a cool, dark place. Refrigeration can extend their shelf life, preventing them from turning rancid.
Rich in Vitamin E.
Roasted sunflower seeds are a powerhouse of vitamin E, a potent antioxidant that plays a crucial role in protecting cells from oxidative damage, supporting skin health, and promoting overall well-being.
Good Source of Magnesium.
Sunflower seeds are a good dietary source of magnesium, a mineral essential for muscle and nerve function, blood sugar regulation, and bone health.
The presence of unsaturated fats in roasted sunflower seeds, particularly monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, can contribute to lowering bad cholesterol levels, promoting cardiovascular health.