Bagrry’s launches superfood seeds range with natural & organic seeds

Bagrry’s launches superfood seeds range with natural & organic seeds

There are six additional nutrition-packed seeds introduced to Bagrry's select and organic line, bringing the goodness of natural plant-based nutrition to the table. Flax seeds, which are high in protein, have been added to the organics line-up, along with quinoa and chia seeds. Stand-up pouch packs of pumpkin, sunflower, and watermelon seeds are all part of the new line.

Flax seeds are a good source of protein, fibre, and omega-3 fatty acids because they are organic, vegan, and gluten-free. For a nutritious meal, grind the seeds and mix them with your ordinary wheat flour. They are delicious when roasted and put in salads. Additionally, it can be used as a nutritious addition to baked goods such as muffins, bread, mueslis, and oatmeal. In addition to the calcium- and antioxidant-rich Chia seeds, Organics also includes the protein- and dietary fiber-rich super grain Quinoa.

Pumpkin seeds are an excellent source of healthy fats, proteins, and minerals. They're made with all-natural ingredients and have no gluten. The anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties of sunflower seeds make them a healthy snack. Watermelon seeds are a low-calorie, plant-based source of natural immune boosters and bone-building nutrients. To keep energised throughout the day, include any of the seeds in your daily breakfast, smoothies, or salads.

Mr. Bagri stated, "At Bagrry's we've always believed in natural goodness, our organic and natural seeds collection is nutrition filled with protein, fibre excellent fats and minerals. Simply roast and roll them into a snack or add them to your daily foods for a nutritious, energy-boosting dinner, and you're good to go. To keep the natural goodness and uphold our outstanding quality assurance, these seeds have been sourced with care. Quinoa and chia seeds, both certified organic, had already been introduced with great success. Because of the favourable feedback, we decided to broaden the selection even more."