Sunflower kernels chips

Project Description

Bird seeds

The broken sunflower kernels also known as sunflower chips are used in the confectionery industry as an additive to creams, preparation of sunflower butter and as a fine replacement, and cheaper alternative of sunflower kernels in the food for birds or pets. Sunflower chips is more suitable for the feeding of birds, being smaller in size and easier to eat without further breaking. Goldfinches, Chickadees, Titmouse, Sparrows, Carolina wrens, Cardinals and Woodpeckers, they all love it! Other pets also benefit from the high in protein and essential fatty acids sunflower chips.

Sunflower chips is ideal for the preparation of Halva – a very distinguished and sweet product made by shelled sunflower seeds.The quality of the sunflower chips is as good as it is in the bakery sunflower kernels but the percentage of broken kernels is high – above 80%.

Product Name Sunflower Kernels chips
Type Chips
Shelf Life 12 Months
Color Light grey, oblong kernels
Taste and smell Typical, fresh, not bitter, not rancid
Discolored kernels < 1%
Insect damage < 1%
Purity 99,9% – 99,97%
Sticks or unpeeled seeds < 0,1%
Broken kernels > 85% (smaller than 1/2 kernel)
Foreign matter < 0,05 %
Moisture < 8%
Free fat acid (FFA) < 1,5 %
Cadmium < 0,6 ppm
Genetically modified food No
Storage conditions Cool and dry place. Avoid direct sunlight
Microbiology Corresponds to EU Regulation (EC) No 2073/2005
Pesticides Corresponds to EU Regulation (EC) No 396/2005


Project Details

October 30th, 2015


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