Raw Living Organic Hemp Seed Shelled 100g

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Organic Hemp Seed Shelled ingredients: Organic Shelled Hemp Seed

About Organic Hemp Seed Shelled

The little white hemp seeds are the whole hemp seed with their outer husks removed. Shelled hemp seeds make our favourite mayonnaises, creams, icing and ice cream.

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