Grain & Seed Guide

Pumpkin Seeds

Available year-round, these oval, edible seeds scooped from pumpkins have long been a valued source of nutrients. These seeds are a common ingredient in Mexican cuisine and can also be eaten as a snack raw or roasted. Containing remarkable levels of copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, protein, vitamin A, vitamin B, and zinc, pumpkin seeds are a phenomenal health food. They are also high in fiber, boosting the fiber intake of anyone who consumes them.