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Organic Chia seeds exporters in bulk
Scientific name: Salvia hispanica L.
Used ed portion: Seeds
Origin and distribution: In Peru the main production areas are: Cuzco, Huánuco and Andahuaylas.
Chia seeds come from the chia plant whose scientific name is of the plant are salvia hispanica. It belongs to the mint family (Lamiaceae). Chia seeds look similar to sesame seeds. They are very small and dark. This plant has been known to humans for a very long time. The chia plant had been cultivated by the Aztecs, Mayans, Incans and other tribes for a very long time. It was a staple food for them and historians considered it an important plant and food source for Native Americans.
Chia seeds top the list of functional foods because of their wholesome nutritional properties. In fact, nutrition planners today looking up at chia as a single wholesome source of phyto-nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids (a-Linolenic acid), anti-oxidants, minerals, vitamins and dietary fiber in right proportions. Chia seeds impart many health benefits, some of which include controlling diabetes, lowering cholesterol levels, improving the digestive system, boosting heart health, controlling hypertension, and they even contain anti-inflammatory properties.
Certificate of analysis:
|Physical and Chemical Properties|
|Color||Gray, Brown, Black y White|
|Odor||Characteristic of Chia|
|Aerobic Mesophilic Count||≤. 104 Ufc/G|
|Mould Count||≤. 102 Ufc/G|
|Bacillus cereus||≤102 Ufc/G|
|* It is a completely innocuous product under normal conditions of use.|
|NUTRITIONAL VALUE 100 g|
|Humidity(g/100 g)||7.87 %|
|Proteins (Nx5.7) (g/100 g)||19.63 %|
|Ash (Mineral Salts) (g/100 g)||4.26%|
|Crude Fibers (g/100 g)||25.21%|
|Non-Nutritive Sweetener . Carbohydrates (Sugar) (g/100 g)||12.73%|
|Calories per 100G. (g/100 g)||405.14%|
|Calcium (g/100 g )||1.01%|
|Iron (g/100 g)||0.05%|
|Fatty Acids Profile|
|Palmitic (g/100 g)||6.40%|
|Stearic (g/100 g)||2.50%|
|Oleic (g/100 g)||6.50%|
|Linoleic (g/100 g)||20.70%|
|Linolenic 3 (g/100 g)||63.00%|