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The whole dark brown linseed (Flaxseed) is a rich source of dietary fibre and has a high oil content, which consists of approximately 69% polyunsaturated and 21% mono-unsaturated fatty acids. Contains no cholesterol and is easily stored for long periods of time with its nutritional value intact.
How To Use
Add to baked foods such as bread or sprinkle on cereals etc. Sproutable and can be pressed to make oil.
Country Of Origin
May be present: Gluten
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