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Navitas Naturals Organic Raw Chia Seeds, 16-Ounce Pouches
- Certified organic
- Non-gmo project verified
- Superfoods are a diverse whole-food source of antioxidants, protein, essential fats, minerals, vitamins and other key nutrients
- 100% Certified Organic, kosher, non-GMO, gluten-free, vegan and raw
- Chia is a vegetarian source of omega fatty acids, protein, calcium, antioxidants, minerals, vitamins and soluble fiber
- Chia seeds absorb liquid and swell up to form a gel that helps to support hydration and a feeling of fullness
- Sprinkle into smoothies, oatmeal, granola, cereal or yogurt or use as a thickener
- Food for modern life. Great for home consumption or use in your healthy restaurant or café.
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Size: 16 Ounce
Packed in a facility that also handles tree nuts.
There are two dates printed on the package.
The expiration date is labeled as "BEST BY" with a date in the MM/DD/YY format.
There is a second date which part of the manufacturer's lot number labeled as "LOT #" with a manufactured on date in the MM/DD/YY format.
Food sensitivity: Packaged in a facility that also handles tree nuts.
Certified organic chia seeds (Salvia hispanica)
Add water to make into oatmeal like food. Or add water and place in refrigerator and make into pudding. Add to oatmeal, smoothies,cereals, yogurt or salads.
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Top Customer Reviews
For starters, one bag had aquired a small whole which was leaking a little bit of seeds. Which is fine. It's a packaging problem, not a failure of the actual product. So, I figured I could still consume what was left in the bag itself (which was 99.9% left inside. But here's where it gets much worse..
I dumped the rest out into my "Chia" jar. (I always empty all my food products into glass containers for storage). I noticed a few small twig fragments but I figured, meh, what the hell, a few sticks won't hurt so I decided to eat them any how haha. Over the next couple days I felt a bit more bloated than normal. By the third day, I was eating them and CRUNCH. Right into a rock. A tiny, gray rock. Fortunately, I must have strong teeth because I did not break a tooth.
Then I decided to investigate further. I emptied the whole bag out and found MUCH more debri mixed in then I expected. Along with the rocks, twigs, etc. I found what looks like animal feces -_-
Naturally, I've refused to eat them after all this. But AGAIN. I noticed something strange..
When I empty my packaged food into glass containers, I usually keep the bag for nutrional content reference, etc. It's easy when I have someone over who asks what the health benefit is, etc.
Well, I compared this more recent bag to an older bag and almost ALL the nutritional value was A**-Backwards and different! I'm going to have to post pictures, because this is just freakin' crazy.
I never had a problem with the bags that just tore open and then ziplocked shut.Read more ›
WASHINGTON (AP) — Those who seek to make food healthier by adding chia powder should avoid several recalled brands that are linked to salmonella illnesses, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.
The CDC on Friday issued a warning to consumers who may eat chia powder, made from ground dried chia seeds and often added to smoothies and other foods for its health benefits. Some of the recalled brands are Organic Traditions, Green Smoothie Girl, Navitas Naturals and Williams-Sonoma.
Twenty-one people in 12 states from New York to California were sickened with salmonella linked to the chia powder, the CDC said. Canada is investigating similar illnesses.
The CDC said chia powder can have a long shelf life, so people should check to see if they have the recalled products in their homes.
Two people have been hospitalized in the outbreak. Symptoms of salmonella include diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps 12 to 72 hours after infection.
Illnesses were reported in Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Utah, Washington and Wisconsin.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Using Chia in my morning smoothie and feeling better my bowels have improved a lot.Published 18 days ago by Christina Molina
When I grind into a powder and take about 3-4 tablespoons at night...no restless legs....fantastic product! :-)Published 25 days ago by Fyvie
My first order of chia seeds - love them but this was a high price compared to what I can buy them for in a store.Published 27 days ago by lpippen
Good bag of chia seeds. I am not picky but love to have these on toast with peanut butter or in my smoothie. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Morgan Leach
This is my second order of these, because I have found them to be really good quality. Chia seeds are easy to add to your yogurt, smoothies, and cereal and they don't have a strong... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eenl Liwis
I bought this to add to green smoothies. A little bit of Chia seeds goes along way so this bag lasts quite awhile. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dallcang Caring