Sesame Seeds

Sesame Seeds have a mild, nutty flavour and can be used in a variety of sweet and savoury dishes. Add them to raw food recipes, baked goods and smoothies or sprinkle them over yoghurt, salads and hotpots for an added boost of nutrition! Sesame Seeds provide a number of health benefits and are an excellent source of protein and fibre.

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Product Name Sesame Seeds
Ingredients Sesame Seeds
Microbiological Specifications E. Coli – Not Detected

Coliforms – 500 cfu/g max

Salmonella – Not Detected in 25g

Yeast and Mould – 500 cfu/g max

 

Nutritional Panel Information

Nutrition Information

Servings per package: (varies depending on package weight)

Serving Size: 100 gm

Average Quantity per 100g
Energy 2531kJ
Protein 22.2g
Fat, total

– saturated

55.6g

6.8g

Carbohydrate

– sugars

0.9g

0.6g

Sodium 24mg
Genetically modified foods present GMO Free
Potential Allergens (product or processing) Product: Sesame Seeds
Physical Appearance Colour – Whitish Shape – Seed Texture – Firm
Flavour – Nutty
Weight(s)
(350gm)
Type of Packaging Airtight
Intended Use To be consumed by the general population without further processing.
Standard Packaging for Delivery In sealed packaging
Recommended Storage Conditions Keep cool and dry in a well-ventilated area. Store below 15 Degrees Celsius.
Shelf Life (packaged product)  

24 months under recommended storage conditions unopened.

Country of Origin (List % if >1 country)  

India

Quality High quality
Target Groups General population
Customer Preparation None required
Sensitive Populations Sesame seed intolerant
Labelling Requirements Labelled in accordance with the FSANZ Food Standards Code
Delivery Methods Delivery vehicle at ambient temperature stored separately from chemicals or other substances that may present potential for cross contamination.
Special Distribution Controls (if any) Nil
Foreign Materials Shell, husk, stone, stick, embedded shell, plastic, metal and glass
Delivery Same day Within 24 hours

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