Go Raw Sprouted Seeds - Assorted

Go Raw Sprouted Seeds - Assorted

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Raw Sprouted Pumpkin Seeds - Sea Salt 16 oz

Raw Sprouted Super Simple - Sea Salt 16 oz

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Why Sprouting?

By sprouting and gently drying, not cooking, we unlock and preserve more powerful nutrients. This process also multiplies available proteins, enzymes and minerals, making good food easier to digest and allowing the nutrients to be more easily absorbed by the body.

All our seeds are hand sprouted at our own facility, and then dehydrated (not cooked!) so we keep the seeds "alive" and do not destroy all the nutrients that we just unlocked. The making of our snacks is closely monitored by real people for quality and consistency in every batch, every day. Go Raw has successfully created a line of over 45 tasty snack products you can enjoy.

Sprouting makes you feel Super!

Why eat Raw?

There are many benefits to a raw based diet, the process of cooking can destroy much of the enzymes and nutrients in foods. By keeping our snacks raw and gently dried, not cooked, we are able to preserve more powerful nutrients for optimal nutritive benefits.

We, at Go Raw, are proud to offer more than 50 delicious, raw sprouted snacks to help you make the right choice when looking for a nutritive snack on the go.

A raw diet is rich in: Enzymes, Vitamins, Minerals, Phytonutrients, Dietary fiber, and Nutrients

Sprouted Pumpkin Seeds

These seeds are far more than a post-pumpkin-prepping afterthought – say that five times fast; it’s fun. Pumpkin seeds are a tasty alternative to nuts.

Sprouted pumpkin seeds are a good source of Protein, Iron, Magnesium, Copper and Manganese.

Sprouted Super Simple Seeds

All snacking seeds are not created equally. Most conventional seeds are soaked in oil and roasted until most of the nutrients are cooked out. Ours are raw and, so they are easier to digest, and far less of the delicate nutrients are destroyed in processing. We just blend sprouted pumpkin seeds and sprouted sunflower seeds - with no added salt - so they're ready for your culinary wizardry.

Sprouted pumpkin seeds are a good source of Protein, Iron, Magnesium, Copper and Manganese while Sprouted sunflower seeds are a good source of Protein, Magnesium, Copper, and Manganese.