Pumpkin Seeds: Finger Lakes grown, brined and roasted pumpkin seeds (aka pepitas) are a crunchy seed snack loaded with nutrients like Vitamin E, zinc, copper, manganese, magnesium, omega 3 and omega 9 oils, lutein and beta carotene. Seeds are dry roasted at low temperatures to preserve the delicate omega-3 fats and optimum flavor. Eat right out of the bag or sprinkle over your yogurt, add to granola, or on soups and salads like wheat-free croutons.
Maple Pepitas: Finger Lakes grown and roasted pumpkin seeds are drizzled with maple syrup for a slightly sweet, crispy crunchy snack loaded with nutrients like Vitamin E, zinc, copper, manganese, magnesium, omega 3 and omega 9 fats, lutein and beta carotene. These are the same seeds we roast and press to create our pumpkin seed oil. Eat right out of the bag or sprinkle over your yogurt, granola, or dress up a mixed green salad with goat cheese, beets and blueberries!
Butternut Squash Seeds: NY grown and roasted butternut squash seeds, salt. Eat as a snack or sprinkle over salads, soups or grind in food processor as a gluten-free, nut-free alternative to bread crumb topping.
Stony Brook is one of the few US producers using domestically grown seeds.