Australian NQ Chia
Australian black & white chia seed
High in Omega 3, fibre, and protein.
Grown in the pristine farm land of the Atherton Tableland in North Queensland, west of Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef.
Salvia Hispanica, commonly known as chia, belongs to the species of flowering plant in the mint family. Chia is a herb that grows annually up to 1.75 m (5.7 ft) tall. It develops from a seedling into lush green foliage before it produces purple or white flowers. These flowers develop into seed pods to produce Chia Seeds. Chia is now considered a superfood as it is high in Omega 3, dietary fibre, protein and antioxidants.
White and Black Chia Seed are the first food-grade products grown, graded and packed by the Salvetti Family under their Australian Superfoods NQ (ASF) brand on their red volcanic soils of North Queensland.