Gerbs Allergy Friendly Salad Mixes are intended to be sprinkled into salads however they also make excellent lip-smackin, energy-producing, portable snacks. Our Super Food Mix contains Raw Sunflower Kernels, Raw Pumpkin Kernels, Raisins (sunflower oil), Cranberries (pure cane sugar, sunflower oil), Raw Flax Seeds, Blueberries (pure cane sugar, sunflower oil), Raw Chia Seeds, Cherries (pure cane sugar, sunflower oil), Goji Berries and Raw Hemp Kernels.
Gerbs Allergy Friendly Antioxidant Cape Cod Raw Salad Mix contains Raisins (sunflower oil), Raw Sunflower Kernels, Raw Pumpkin Kernels, Cranberries (pure cane sugar, sunflower oil), Raw Flax Seeds, Blueberries (pure cane sugar, sunflower oil), Raw Chia Seeds and Raw Hemp Kernels. Both non-GMO!
Seeds are often an afterthought: they make up toppings for muffins or buns and are often salty or spicy snacks. But it’s about time we start seeing seeds as a serious source of nutrition in our diets. The growing popularity of foods like hemp and chia seeds should change our minds about how we can consume seeds. Gerbs Salad Mixes Seeds can be enjoyed in a variety of ways from raw to roasted. And unlike nuts and peanuts, salad mixes seeds are not a common allergy products.
Because Gerbs Salad Mixes seeds contain food to support plants that grow from them, they are concentrated sources of nutrients like fats, vitamins, and minerals. Sprinkling a few seeds into baked goods, breakfast foods, and salads is a great way to add a boost of fibre to your day, for example. As well, seeds are a great alternative for people who have allergies to nuts. They can provide a similar crunch and taste, and also have healthy fats and fibre. Many salad mixes seeds can be enjoyed as butters, which can replace peanut butter, and some are also a good source of healthy oils like hemp oil.
Gerbs Foods are free of 12 major allergens including, Gluten, Wheat, Peanut, Tree Nut, Soy, Egg, Sesame, Dairy, Fish, Crustacean, Shellfish, and Mustard. Gerbs are made, packaged, processed and shipped from our dedicated facility in Johnston, Rhode Island.