Nuts, Raw, Soaked and Dried, Certified Organic, Pumpkin Seeds

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Organic pumpkin seeds from Wildly Organic are easy to incorporate into any meal for an extra boost of nutrition. You can eat these raw pumpkin seeds straight from the bag, grind them into nut butter, add them to salads, or blend them into smoothies!

Like nuts, pumpkin seeds are activated through a low-temperature soaking and dehydrating process, which gives them a perfect tender crunch while unlocking their full nutritional potential. Some people call our activated seeds sprouted pumpkin seeds.

What Are Pumpkin Seeds?

Pumpkin seeds, also known as pepitas, are flat, dark green seeds. Pumpkins are from the same family as cantaloupe, cucumber, and squash. Their seeds are subtly sweet, slightly nutty, and have a light crunch.

Why Choose Wildly Organic’s Soaked Pumpkin Seeds

Organic pumpkin seeds from Wildly Organic are always of the highest quality. We use vapor-barrier packaging to preserve freshness, ensuring you get the best product possible.

You can find our raw pumpkin seeds in small and bulk quantities. Pumpkin seeds in bulk are unsalted and clean with no shells or added ingredients.

What Are The Benefits Of Soaking And Dehydrating Seeds?

Phytic acid occurs naturally in seeds and nuts, protecting them until they’re ready for germination. Unfortunately, phytic acid binds to certain minerals, transforming into a phytate and inhibiting your body’s ability to absorb some of the nutrients of organic pumpkin seeds.

Once the soaking process is complete, we dehydrate the seeds slowly at a very low temperature to extend their shelf life and give them a delicate crunch. For some people this process might also be a component for sprouted pumpkin seeds. This low-heat method will preserve the nutrients and ensure that these soaked pumpkin seeds remain raw.

Buy the Most Delicious Raw Pumpkin Seeds From Wildly Organic

Wondering where to buy activated pumpkin seeds in bulk? Wildly Organic sells a variety of activated organic nuts and seeds, including walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, sunflower seeds, pistachios, pecans, chia seeds, cashews, brazil nuts, and mixed varieties.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you still have questions about our organic pumpkin seeds? These FAQs are just for you!

Are pumpkin seeds nuts?

Unlike nuts, seeds come from flowers and fruits, like pumpkins. However, pumpkin seeds contain essential nutrients such as proteins, minerals, and healthy fats, making them somewhat similar to nuts. Due to their nutritional similarities, some consider soaked pumpkin seeds interchangeable with nuts.

Are raw pumpkin seeds good for you?

Pumpkin seeds may be beneficial as they contain plant-based proteins, fiber, healthy fats, and essential nutrients such as magnesium, zinc, and iron. These seeds may support your heart health, immunity, and digestion. They’re also one of the 3 superfoods that may help boost brain health.

Do organic pumpkin seeds go bad?

Like all food items, pumpkin seeds have an expiration date. Store them in an airtight container in a cool and dry place to keep them fresh after opening the bag. You can extend their shelf life by keeping them in the fridge or freezer.

How many pumpkin seeds can I eat per day?

You may safely eat an ounce (a quarter cup) of soaked pumpkin seeds daily. Add these healthy seeds to your routine to take advantage of their benefits. If you’re an avid fan, you can even buy pumpkin seeds in bulk for a lower price.

Product Certifications:

USDA Certified OrganicNon-GMO VerifiedRawGluten-FreeVeganPaleo-friendlyKetogenicKosher
Whole30 friendly!

Product Micronutrients:

One serving of Pumpkin Seeds provides:

  • 2452mg of Omega-6 fatty acids
  • 7% Daily Value of Potassium & Manganese
  • 5% Daily Value of Iron

Over 10% Recommended Daily Value of:

  • Protein
  • Magnesium
  • Copper

Over 20% Recommended Daily Value of:

  • Zinc

Country of Origin (subject to change):
  • United States