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What is the Omega Seed Mix?
Omega Seed Mix combines a variety of seeds in one convenient and tasty snack. Combining sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, brown and golden linseeds provides a nutritious blend rich in protein and fibre.
Omega Seed Mix Benefits
These seeds make a great source of macronutrients including over 27g of protein per 100g.
Who is the Omega Seed Mix Suitable for?
Instead of snacking on unhealthy foods such as crisps and chocolate, the Omega Seed Mix is an ideal way of staving off hunger whilst consuming healthy nutrients. Perfect whilst on-the-go or sat at your desk in the office.
The dietary choices of all our customers are extremely important to us. Whilst this product is manufactured using ingredients and processing aids suitable for the vegan diet, please note that dairy powders are also used within the same production facility and cross contamination may occur at very small levels.
Please note that the labelling on this product is provided in English as a minimum. French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish and Finnish may also be present on a product by product basis.
Consume as a healthy snack or as part of a nutritious meal.
To maintain the freshness and nutritional content of this product, please store in a cool, dry area, preferably in a sealed container. Use alongside a healthy diet and well balanced lifestyle.
Packaged in a facility handling peanuts, nuts and sesame seeds.
Sunflower Seeds (25%), Pumpkin Seeds (25%), Brown Linseeds (25%), Golden Linseeds (25%).
Serving Size - 1 Pack (400g)
|Energy||2298 kJ/555 kcal|
|of which saturates||5.3 g|
|of which sugars||2.2 g|
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I've been buying these Omega seeds for a few years now and in that time I've had numerous split bags. They are lovely seeds but the packaging is really pore! I have written to Myprotein but one) you'll find it hard to find out how to make a complaint and two) I've not had any reply.Goes Well With:I have these daily in poridge and other times I toast them in soy sauce for salads.
I love the seeds good protein, taste, etc however I have ordered them a few times now and every time one of the seed packets have been open and fills the whole box this causes the seeds to go everywhere and wastes half the packet.Goes Well With:peanut butter and maple syrup
I mix 2 tablespoons of these seeds with my homemade granola and almond milk for breakfast! Goes Well With:Almond milk or yogurt.
I adore this mix - it literally goes with anything - sweet or savoury. Adds a nice nutty crunch to everything with the added health benefits. I will definitely be ordering more.Goes Well With:Errrrrrrything!! Rice, chicken, oats, yoghurt, ommelettes, protein pancakes - the list is endless!
I have been using these for over two weeks now and still plenty left. Great tasting as a snack on its own and also mixed in stir fries and Greek yogurt! The perfect filler addition to some mealsGoes Well With:Stir frys Greek yogurt
Love this. Can be mixed into so many different things. Great to use to boost your good fats.Goes Well With:Yogurt cheese mousse
Good mix of seeds.Goes Well With:Muesli
Nothing bad really. Cheap price/what you get. Taste wasent bad, and overall a good and in my opinion very usable product.Goes Well With:Oatmeal, and used em for my protein bars aswell. Works great.
Tasty mix of seeds.Goes Well With:Goes well with super berries, in breads or on salads
Omega Seed Mix is good with nuts and dry fruit as a mid-morning snack.Goes Well With:Good with nuts and dry fruit
Using this to sprinkle over fat free cottage cheese (curd). Best combo ever.Goes Well With:yogurt, cottage cheese
Not only is the Omega Seed Mix great for mixing in salads, try sprinkling some over your pasta also. They also taste great when just eating by the handful, will definitely be picking up some more packs of this in the future.Goes Well With:Salads
Omega Seed Mix is really handy and convenient for adding those extra vitamins/minerals to your food. I sprinkle them on salads, fish, chicken, muesli and add them in soups and curries. It's really convenient for work if you just have a handful when you feel like snacking.Goes Well With:Muesli, salads
The Omega Seed Mix have great value for money and tastes good as well. Goes Well With:Porridge, cereal, salads or in muffins
The Omega Seed Mix is an excellent source of fat and I have 15g twice a day in a greek yoghurt with some honey. The pack here has a good mix of different seeds and the cost is reasonable. If you eat seeds, I see no reason why you wouldn't buy these.
Omega Seed Mix is an amazing product with an amazing taste.Goes Well With:Yoghurt and my breakfast cereals.
I love this Omega Seed Mix. I sprinkle it on my porridge in the mornings, on salads, in yoghurt and I also add it to my home made protein bars using MyProtein whey, MyProtein instant oats, dried fruit, nuts, almond milk and dark chocolate. I plan to add this to some home made bread as well.Goes Well With:cereals, yoghurt, salads
Omega Seed Mix is great for a little snack between meals to keep you going throughout the day, and as far as taste goes for seeds, they're not too bad.