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If you want a seed that packs a flavour punch then this is for you.


Fennel seeds have a sweet, mild liquorice taste and are often used in cooking for their aromatic flavour.  


Fennel seeds are often found in several savoury meals like curries and seafood dishes as well as pickles and chutneys.  You can also make a fantastic herbal tea with these seeds by steeping in hot water for 5 minutes for an incredible anti-inflammatory tea.


Fennel seeds, come from the same family as carrots and parsnips, (Umbellifers) and  have several health benefits such as a digestive.



Fennel Seed

  • Typical values per 100g

    Engergy - 1443kJ/345 kcal

    Fat - 14.87g of which saturates - 0.8g

    Carbohydrates - 52.29g 

    Fibre - 39.8g

    Protein - 15.8g

    Salt - 0.22g

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