Organic Sesame Seeds for The Consumer

Around the world, Sesame Seeds are used to create high protein nutritional bars, granola and cereals. In Asian cuisine, Sesame Seeds are used in sushi rolls, stir-fry and salads.

In the Middle East, Sesame Seeds are grounded into a paste called tahini that is used in savory dishes, hummus and a main ingredient in baking sweet treats. Sesame Seeds are added to breads and other baked goods for a rustic, artisan touch and flavor. Day after day new sesame seeds recipes are emerging because of the great flavor they provide and their benefits.

Anto Natural Foods provides a variety of Sesame Seeds. The nutritional values are similar. It is hard to say that one is better than the other ones. Sesame seeds are a good source of Riboflavin, Niacin, Thiamine, Zinc and Iron.

• Black Sesame Seeds contain 60% more Calcium than White Sesame Seeds because black seeds retain their hull.

• 1 tbsp of whole Black Sesame Seeds will contain 9% of the daily recommendation of Calcium.

• Black Sesame Seeds contain higher levels of antioxidants than the hulled sesame seeds.