Hemp Hearts Wholesale
Bulk Hulled Hemp Seed
Hulled Hemp Seeds are harvested from the THC free Hemp plant (Cannabis sativa), and then mechanically hulled without the use of chemicals and solvents.
Bulk Hulled Hemp Seeds (also known as Hemp Hearts) is a nutritional super food, offering a sustainable and renewable source of digestible protein (10 essential amino acids), as well as a variety of vitamins and minerals, including Iron, Magnesium and Manganese. Furthermore, its oil component is an excellent source of the Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s) Linoleic Acid (Omega 6, LA) and Alpha Linolenic Acid (Omega 3, ALA) as well as smaller amounts of Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA), and Stearidonic Acid (SDA). Hemp Hearts are one of nature’s most digestible, natural and complete sources of protein, amino acids and EFA’s. They have many health benefits including building and tissue repair, growth and maintenance of muscle and contributing to normal metabolism. With their pleasant nut-like flavour and creamy texture, Hulled Hemp Seeds can be eaten raw or make an ideal addition to foods such as cereals, salads, smoothies or baking. We produce bulk Hulled Hemp Seeds that are a nutritious product that is gluten free, nut free, no added sugar, suitable for vegetarians and vegans, and produced in a non GMO production process.
Hemp Hearts Product Information
We are leaders, pioneering innovation in hemp production. Our New Zealand grown hemp seeds are transported from the field to be crushed at our purpose-built facilities, producing excellent quality oil. However, bulk hemp seeds for hulling are sent to purpose-built facilities where the tough outer coat of the hemp seed is removed and discarded, producing the soft hemp heart in the middle.
Our quest for quality and a competitive edge is ongoing to ensure that our products meet the highest international standards. With quality assurance programmes that maintain control at every point along the production process, we deliver a superior bottle of hemp.
Our plant-based production focus ensures we give back to the environment. Carefully planning crop rotations to improve soil health and biodiversity. Our hemp seed is produced in a responsible and environmentally way.
Why NZ grown hemp hearts?
New Zealand, and in particular the Canterbury Plains, has pristine air quality, consistent water supply, and exceptional soil types which allow us to maximise nutritional components and produce superior bulk hemp seeds. Alongside our stringent food safety standards, hemp hearts from New Zealand are rigorously tested for THC and CBD.
Mild, nutty flavour, with a creamy texture.
Bulk hemp hearts are consumed for their health benefits and nutritional characteristics. Known for its essential fatty acids, protein content and amino acids, it also contains vitamins, minerals and fibre. As a nature source of antioxidants, it also hosts a complete amino acid profile, making this seed a popular plant based protein and essential fatty acids booster.
- Linoleic Acid (LA / Omega 6)
- Alpha Linolenic Acid (ALA / Omega 3)
- All 9 essential amino acids - Histidine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Threonine, Tryptophan and Valine
- Vitamins (such as Niacin, Riboflavin and Vitamin E)
- Minerals (such as Magnesium, Phosphorous, Potassium, Zinc and Manganese)
Hemp hearts are a good source of both protein, which is needed for muscle growth and maintenance. With essential nutrients, it is not only a source of Essential Amino Acids, but Essential Fatty Acids (EFA's), Alpha Linolenic Acid (Omega-3) and Linoleic Acid (Omega-6) as well. These omega fatty acids are vital components that are considered an essential part of a balanced diet. To complement this plant based protein, it is also an excellent source of dietary fibre, offering a raw, natural and balanced plant based protein alternative.
Are Hemp Hearts heart healthy?
Diet plays a major role in heart health. Eating the right foods can help decrease your risk of heart disease, and normalising high blood pressure, triglycerides and cholesterol levels. Polyunsaturated fats (PUFAs), Omega 3 and Omega 6, have demonstrated the ability to improve cholesterol levels by reducing bad cholesterol (LDL) and increasing the good cholesterol (HDL) in the blood.
Gourmet Culinary ★★★★
Hemp hearts wholesale are a versatile ingredient in a range of food products. As a functional food ingredient with a wide range of valuable nutritional benefits. To eat organic hemp seeds you can sprinkle them over cereals or salads or eaten by the handful. With a delicate and nutty flavour, it is a popular addition to a range of bakery items, including protein balls and cookies.
As producer of hemp hearts wholesale, we have a range of product, quality, and export certifications that help deliver great products where you need them, when you need them, including;
- Non GMO
- Certified Organic
- FDA Registered
- AQSIQ Registered
We provide a range of packing options when it comes to product delivery. We supply private label foods in a variety of packaging and sizes from as small as 5g to as large as 5kg alongside bulk options for repackaging or as a food ingredient. Orders are packed into containers or pellets in selected packaging. Other selected packaging options may be available on request and minimum order quantities apply. Sizes include;
Private Label Food or Health Supplement
Bulk Options for Repackaging or an Ingredient
Retail Ready Brands for Distribution
Other packaging may be available on request. Minimum order quantities apply.
Private Label Foods or Health Supplement & Bulk Options for Repackaging or an Ingredient
- Hulled Hemp Seed
- Organic Hulled Hemp Seed
Retail Ready Brands for Distribution
We also have a retail ready branded product for distribution.
- new hemisphere Hulled Hemp Seed 200g
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