Why Eat Hemp Hearts

It’s simple: it’s a delicious way to get your protein and Omegas! Compared with chia and flax seeds, Hemp Hearts provide two times more protein, more Omegas, 70% more iron, and half the carbohydrates per serving.

  • 10g of protein

    Each serving (3 tablespoons) of Hemp Hearts has 10 grams of plant-based protein for a quick power boost.

  • 12g Omegas 3 & 6

    With 12 grams of Omegas 3 and 6 per serving, Hemp Hearts are a tasty and simple way to incorporate healthy fats into your meals.

  • Key Nutrients

    Our Hemp Hearts contain all 9 essential amino acids, making hemp foods a great plant-based protein alternative. They also offer vital nutrients like magnesium, fiber, zinc, and iron.

How to use Hemp Hearts

Hemp Hearts are ready to eat right out of the bag and have a slightly nutty taste, similar to sunflower seeds or pine nuts. Hemp Hearts are a delicious and functional addition to almost any recipe or meal.

  • Blend in smoothies

  • Sprinkle on yogurt

  • Shake on salad

Our Hemp is Great for you and the Planet

  • Carbon Neutral

    Hemp is a carbon sequestering plant: it absorbs roughly 1.63 tons of CO2 for every ton of hemp grown.

  • Seed to Shelf

    We’re involved in the entire process of growing our hemp seeds, including working directly with Canadian farmers and having a say in how our Non-GMO hemp seeds are cultivated.

  • B-corp Certified

    Reflecting our pledge to consider the impact of our decisions on our workers, customers, suppliers, community, and the environment.

Hemp Myths

Le chanvre n’est pas un aliment.

L’un des meilleurs superaliments provient du chanvre! Les graines de chanvre sont riches en nutriments en plus d’être extrêmement polyvalentes et délicieuses!

Manger du chanvre provoque les mêmes effets que consommer de la drogue.

Non, vous ne serez pas drogué si vous mangez du chanvre. C’est comme si l’on comparait la menthe et le basilic. Les deux sont des herbes, mais elles sont utilisées de manières bien différentes avec des effets bien différents.

Les aliments de chanvre contiennent moins de 0,001% de tétrahydrocannabinol (THC). Ils ne causeront donc AUCUN effet psychoactif.