Pumpkin seeds have been used since ancient times, both for their nutritional and nutritional properties. In fact, pumpkins were initially cultivated for their seeds and skin, not for their flesh.
Pumpkin seeds provide many nutrients: they contain proteins, unsaturated fatty acids, antioxidants, folic acid, vitamin E, zinc and other minerals, and are rich in calories.
Roasted pumpkin seeds are usually eaten as a snack or appetizer, although raw they are more nutritious. Their use in cooking is quite popular in many cultures: they are added to soups, salads, sauces, vinaigrettes and dressings, and are also used in bread, biscuits, cookies, cakes and sweets.
GREY VOLGA OR RUSSIAN:
Grey Volga’s quality and flavor make it unique, over the years its production has been declining and currently we use more and more Snow White.
It is a seed that in Europe its consumption is not very high, this widespread use in South America making it the most consumed pumpkin seed, fine and elongated size to be consumed both as raw or roasted.
It is the most used seed in Europe for its good taste and its large size.
Bulgaria, China, Ukraine and Russia
Grey Volga or Russian, Lady Nail, Snow white
Grey Volga or Russian: +11mm, +12mm and +13mm.
Lady Nail: +6, +7 and 8mm.
Snow White: +11, +12 and 13mm
Bags of 25 KGS
This seed is highly valued in the dried fruit and snack sector for its great taste and appearance, it is also widely used in the bread sector. It is characterized from the Snow White by its milder flavor and its appearance and light green color.
Seed of a more intense flavor than the Shine Skin and a larger size, is used for roasting or frying for its great flavor and is also used in the bread sector.
Shine Skin, Snow White
A, AA, AAA
Bags of 25 KGS