Hemp and nutrition
Foods with and from hemp are real “superfoods”. They are rich in fatty acids, e.g. the two essential fatty acids omega-6 and omega-3 in a perfect ratio of 3:1. And they provide easily digestible proteins, including essential amino acids, gamma linolenic acid, many vitamins, e.g. vitamin B1, B2, folic acid and vitamin E, as well as calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium and other trace elements.
Only commercial hemp is used for food and animal feed. It has only a small, barely detectable amount of the psychoactive THC and thus has no intoxicating effect. The THC levels are strictly controlled so that only harmless goods are processed. The healthy components of hemp are completely preserved thanks to modern, particularly gentle processes.
Why do we process hemp?
A healthy diet, responsibility for our environment and a conscious lifestyle are becoming increasingly important for a growing number of people. Hemp, as one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world, is an answer to the challenges of our time. Hardly any other plant can be processed and used in such a versatile and complete way. Hemp is suitable as a raw material for textiles, food, cosmetics, animal feed, building materials and energy. Hemp is easy to grow, environmentally friendly and CO2-neutral, grows quickly, requires little water and acts as a soil conditioner. Hemp is therefore an important contribution to maintaining the ecological balance.
These are just a few reasons for our enthusiasm for the valuable and sustainable raw material hemp. We want it to establish itself further on the food market, which is why we only process hemp raw materials – healthy for humans, animals and the environment.