Hemp
Seeds

Bursting with protein, omegas and fibre, hemp seeds are a true powerhouse food. It’s hardly surprising some have called hemp seeds the most nutritious seeds on the planet. Use them to invigorate salads, stir-fries, soups, yoghurts and bread.

A 30g serving of hemp seeds provides 100% of your recommended daily intake of Omega -3 (more than flax or chia).
Nutritional
 

per 100g

per 30g serving

Energy

2504K1/605Kcal

751Kj/181Kcal

Protein

31g

9.3g

Carbohydrate

5.0g

1.5g

of which Sugar

2.6g

0.8g

Fat

52.0g

15.6g

   of which Saturates

4.0g

1.2g

   of which Monounsaturates

6.0g

1.8g

    of which Polyunsaturates

41.0g

12.3g

   of which Omega 3

9.0g

2.7g

 of which Omega 6

29.0g

8.7g

Fibre

 

9.3g2.8g

Salt

tracetrace
Ingredients

100% Natural Shelled Hemp Seed

Good Hemp Seed Hearts
£3.99
Nutritional info >

Hemp seeds are bursting with protein, fibre and omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9. They also contain all 20 amino acids that help maintain a healthy body (including the nine essential amino acids that our bodies can’t produce themselves).

Good Hemp Health & Wellbeing Pack
£20.27
Start each day the right way with this bundle of Good Hemp goodies bursting with protein, fibre and omega oils. Add Good Hemp milk to your morning coffee, sprinkle seeds over yoghurt, shake our protein powder into smoothies and drizzle our oil over a salad.
FAQs
Are your products organic?
All of our foods are made from carefully selected organic hemp seeds. Our entire range isn’t organic yet, but we’re looking into it.
Can I use Good Hemp products if I have a nut allergy?
Yes, all of our foods are free from nuts (as well as other allergens like gluten, soya and dairy).
How on earth do you make milk from hemp?
Good question. First, we take whole hemp seeds and remove their outer shell (or hull, to use the technical term) – this is dietary fibre and can be used to make high-quality horse feed. We’re now left with the white kernel – or heart of the seed – which is full of healthy omega oils and protein. We crush the seed kernels to make a cream and blend the mixture with water, then add calcium and vitamin D. Want more detail? We’ve written a step-by-step version of our process here.
What is hemp?
It’s a plant. In fact it’s one of the world’s oldest and most sustainable crops, which has been grown for thousands of years to make food, paper, clothing, beauty products, building materials, biofuel (the list could go on). Hemp grows in a field like any other crop, and the plants produce seriously nutritious seeds – made up of 35% oil, 25% protein and 29% dietary fibre – which we turn into delicious food.
What makes your products so great for vegans?
In a word, protein. Hemp is one of the only plants to be classed as a complete protein and contains all essential 20 amino acids (the same ones you’d find in a chicken breast).
Will I like the taste of hemp?
We hope so! It’s a really clean, light flavour – mix the taste of pine nuts with sunflower seeds and you’re pretty much there.

Any other questions? Send us an email us at customerservice@goodwebsite.co.uk

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