These aromatic coriander seeds are grown at on the Cinder Hill Estate at Horsted Keynes in West Sussex.
Grown primarily as a botanical for distillers, this British-grown coriander seed is of exceptional quality with a high oil content and superb citrus aroma.
The seeds make a delicate but flavoursome seasoning for curries, dal, soups and other dishes. For maximum flavour gently toast the seeds in a dry pan before using whole, crushed or freshly ground.View full product details
Nutritious Cannabis sativa seeds from British farms, milled and sieved to produce a fine tasty flour that’s 50% protein and 18% fibre. Add to smoothies or mix with other flour for nutrition and flavour.
After pressing for oil the hemp meal is milled and sieved to produce flour that’s full of fibre, protein & other nutrients. The fine flour, also known as Hemp Protein, has a naturally very high protein content of 50% but less fibre than coarse hemp flour.
The contrasting nutritional content of the coarse and fine flour is the result of the protein content milling to a finer particle size than the fibre.
Hemp seeds are the nutritious seeds of varieties of Cannabis Sativa with no psychoactive THC content. They offer an ideal ratio of omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, and are rich in plant-based proteins and fibre.
We're working with the British Hemp Company to offer a range of hemp seed products grown by their network of British hemp growers and processed at their base in Wiltshire.View full product details
Gently peppery organic whole rapeseed grown by John & Alice Pawsey at Shimpling Park in Suffolk.
Most commonly pressed for oil, these beautiful dark seeds of the rape or canola plant (Brassica napus subsp. napus) are also delicious as whole seeds and have a distinctive mustardy sweetness.
They're excellent for baking, as a topping or incorporated into doughs and pastry. Try adding to dressings or sprinkling toasted seeds over salad.
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The first ever British-grown organic chia seeds!
These versatile and nutritious seeds are delicious sprinkled on salads, added to smoothies or in baking. They make a great vegan egg replacement too.
Organically grown by John and Alice Pawsey in Suffolk, with guidance from chia pioneers Peter and Andrew Fairs, these chia seeds are the result of five years of crop trials and developments. The tiny oil-rich seeds are harvested from the Salvia hispanica plant, a member of the mint family originating in central America, where chia was a staple food in Aztec cultures, alongside beans and corn.View full product details
Spicy and aromatic whole wild mustard seeds can be used whole or ground to add piquancy to dals, pickles, baking and more.
Grown by Mike and Sam Stringer in Yorkshire. Harvested as an accidental crop from a field of organic fava beans.View full product details
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|British-grown pumpkins seeds from Essex!|
These deliciously crunchy seeds are superb toasted and sprinkled on salad.
Grown in Essex, these pumpkin seeds are the very first to be harvested from a new trial crop. The tasty and nutritious seeds are from a huskless variety of Cucurbita pepo.View full product details