Nutritional Information

Poppy Seeds



AverageQuantityPer Serving AverageQuantityPer 100g.
Energy 657kJ 2190kJ
Protein 6.3g 21.0g
Fat – Total 13.0g 43.3g
Saturated 1.7g 5.6g
Trans Less than 0.1g Less than 0.1g
Polyunsaturated 8.7g 29.1g
Monounsaturated 2.6g 8.6g
Carbohydrate – Total 1.3g 4.2g
Sugars 1.1g 3.5g
Dietary Fibre 6.0g 19.9g
Sodium 20mg 68mg
Phosphorus 261mg (26% RDI*) 870mg
Calcium 431mg (54% RDI*) 1438mg
Iron 3mg (25% RDI*) 10mg
Zinc 2mg (17% RDI*) 8mg


Poppy Seeds.

May be present: Peanuts, Sesame Seeds and Tree Nuts.

Store in a cool dry place.

Product of Australia.

Poppy Seeds

Tiny power seeds filled with nutrition and flavour.

NuVitality Poppy Seed is a great way to add flavour and nutrition to almost everything you cook. Great as a garnish or to add crunch to salads, egg dishes and sweet dishes, it’s also a fabulous ingredient in breads, pastries, curries and desserts. Try this. Add to sauces, noodles and vegetarian dishes too.


  • Good Source of Fibre for regular laxation and digestive health.
  • Good Source of Phosphorus for teeth and bone health and energy metabolism.
  • Good Source of Calcium for teeth and bone health, nerve and muscle function, digestive enzyme function and blood coagulation.
  • Source of Protein for the growth and maintenance of bone and muscle.
  • Source of Zinc for bone, hair and nail health, metabolism of fatty acids, cognitive function, protection of free radicals, protein synthesis and maintenance of normal testosterone levels in the blood.
  • Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

Lemon and Poppy Seed Pancakes