Salvia hispanica, commonly known as Chia, is a species of flowering plant in the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is native to central and southern Mexico and Guatemala. The Aztecs boast the first record of Chia as early as 3500B.C. It was, in fact, one of the main foods in the Aztec diet. Ancient Aztec warriors attributed their stamina to this tiny seed. After eating or drinking small quantities of chia seeds, they were said to run hundreds of miles.
We create and support fair, diverse and equitable employment opportunities, providing professional developmental and learning opportunities for the hard working rural communities of small-scale farmers that work with us to produce hundreds of tons of Chia seeds each year. We produce high-quality Chia products that improve the livelihoods and health of our customers. We follow responsible supply chain practices with all the partners in our value chain, from the farmers we grow Chia with right through to our export partners
Packed with micronutrients. Chia seeds are gluten free, rich in Omega-3 oils, fibre, proteins and are a good source of minerals like iron and magnesium. The seeds help fight cancer, diabetes, obesity, bone diseases, heart diseases, anaemia and depression.
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