Hemp Flour 500g

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The flour from the edible hemp seed is ideal for baking and cooking, because it gives the food a pleasant nutty taste and serves as a valuable protein and mineral supplier.

The finely ground edible hemp flour has a high fiber content and is gluten-free.

The edible hemp flour is obtained by pressing edible hemp seeds. It is obtained from the press residue of edible hemp seeds and processed by further grinding to produce a fine and very tasty flour.


Replace 8-10% of the grain flour with edible hemp flour and otherwise proceed as usual in the preparation of your dishes and baked goods. Edible hemp flour is also a healthy and tasty alternative for thickening soups and sauces!

Edible hemp flour is:
  • lactose-free
  • gluten-free
  • sugar-free
  • yeast-free
  • vegan

(may contain traces of other cereals)

Ingredients: 100% ground press cake from edible hemp seeds

Content: 500g raw food quality edible hemp flour from controlled organic cultivation.

From EU agriculture. Bottled in Germany.


Manufacturer “Hemp & Nature

Hemp and Nature was one of the first companies in Germany to use the raw material hemp seeds for the production and sale of food products. Today they are one of the largest producers of hemp edibles in Europe. Founded in 1998, Hanf und Natur has gradually become a pure organic company with over 20 years of experience in the cannabis seeds market. The target group is consumers who value a conscious, balanced and healthy diet. Hemp and Nature works to the highest quality standards to meet the high demands of its customers.

Hemp – a magic word on everyone’s lips

We live in a time of constantly increasing demands and inform ourselves about high quality and naturalness of what we feed our bodies. For example, hemp, which for a long time only haunted the minds of society as a drug, is celebrating a comeback as an edible plant. This environmentally friendly and nutritionally valuable plant looks back on a long tradition.

A brief cultural history

The plant was cultivated in China as early as 3,000 B.C. and in India from about 900 B.C. onward. The Scythians extracted oil from hemp seeds and the Thracians wove clothes from its fibers, as Herodotus reports. The Greeks got to know hemp “only” in 500 BC and passed it on to the Romans under the name CANABIS. The Germanic tribes, Gauls and Carolingians also knew and used hemp. From numerous mentions in Hildegard von Bingen we know that the plant was widespread in the Middle Ages and highly valued for its positive effects.

Intelligent plant…

The hemp plant provides raw materials for industry and crafts, for food and pharmaceuticals. Among its many uses are products with high added value, whose cultivation can be quite profitable even without maximum yields. This welcome exception in today’s agriculture is joined by another extremely positive fact: hemp crops require practically no pesticides, thus helping the environment and also saving material and labor costs.

… with rich fruits

It is mainly the hemp seeds (botanically correct: nuts) that interest us. These lonely little nuts are full of ingredients whose value for humans and animals can hardly be surpassed.

Additional information

Nutritional values per


Calorific value kj

1331 kj

Calorific value kcal

320 kcal


9,7 g

Saturated fatty acids

1,1 g

Monounsaturated fatty acids

0,9 g

Polyunsaturated fatty acids

7,7 g


4,7 g

Of which sugar

1,9 g

Dietary Fibre

34,2 g


0,04 g


36,4 g


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