Pumpkin Seeds


These seeds harvested from pumpkin innards have a sweet, nutty flavour. They can be used as a topper for various deserts and breads, but can also be integrated into hearty dishes also.

Incredibly nutrient-dense, pumpkin seeds have a fantastic profile of various minerals hitting multiple daily quotas in 100g. They've also been associated with both positive cardiovascular health as well as potential protection from breast cancer.

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Water5.23 g
Energy559 kcal
23 %
Protein30.23 g
Fats49.05 g
Carbs10.71 g
Fiber6 g
Sugars1.4 g
Calcium46 mg
4 %
Iron8.82 mg
59 %
Magnesium592 mg
169 %
Phosphorus1233 mg
99 %
Potassium809 mg
17 %
Sodium7 mg
Zinc7.81 mg
87 %
Copper1.343 mg
151 %
Manganese4.543 mg
284 %
Selenium9.4 µg
17 %
Vit C1.9 mg
3 %
Thiamin0.273 mg
27 %
Riboflavin0.153 mg
15 %
Niacin4.987 mg
36 %
Vit B60.143 mg
12 %
Folate58 µg
14 %
Vit B120 µg
Vit A1 µg
Vit E2.18 mg
15 %
Vit D0 µg
Vit K7.3 µg
10 %
Sat Fat8.659 g
Mono Fat16.242 g
Poly Fat20.976 g
Trans Fat0.064 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Caffeine0 mg