Omega 3’s & Memory

“In a new article published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, researchers have found that for patients with high omega-3 levels, blood flow in specific areas of the brain is increased.”

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Our most recent lot of Organic Chia Seed Oil tested at 62.17% Omega 3’s. Contact us for pricing and availability of chia seed oil! 

Organic Defatted Chia Flour in Stock

Organic defatted chia flour is back in stock! Packed in 20 KG (44.09 lb) bags. Email us for pricing based on volumes and testing reports! 

The flour is obtained from 100% chia seeds, of Salvia Hispanica, that has had most of the fat removed. The manufacturing of the product takes place under a controlled process by mechanical cold press, preserving the quality of the product.

Chia flour can be used as a nutritional supplement. It has a subtle and slightly nutty flavor. A dosage varies from person to person. Use Chia Flour in a wide variety of gluten-free recipes as 1-to-1 replacement for wheat flours or others flours. Mix in with foods like yogurt, oatmeal or shakes for extra fiber, protein, minerals and antioxidants.

Grains versus Seeds

All grains are seeds, but not all seeds are grains. Beans, nuts, and “seeds” are also all seeds!

By definition, a seed is a “flowering plant’s unit of reproduction, capable of developing into another such plant”. Grains (cereals) grow from the seeds of grasses. Nuts grow from the seeds of trees. And seeds (pseudocereals or other “seeds”) grow from the seeds of non-grasses. 

For example: 

  • Wheat, corn, oats and rice are all seeds, further classified as Grains
  • Amaranth, quinoa, and buckwheat are all seeds, further classified as Pseudocereals
  • Chia, sunflower, sesame, pumpkin are all seeds, classified as Seeds. 

True Cereals versus Pseudocereals

Grains are commonly called cereals. There are two types of grains: true cereals and pseudocereals. True cereals are mostly grasses, and pseudocereals are non-grasses but used in much the same way as cereals. 

Examples of True Cereals: 

  • Wheat
  • Corn
  • Rice
  • Barley
  • Sorghum
  • Millet
  • Rye
  • Oats
  • Teff
  • Spelt

Examples of Pseudocereals:

  • Amaranth
  • Quinoa / Kaniwa
  • Buckweat

Food Safety: Ferrous vs Non-Ferrous Metals

Ferro – is the latin root for iron. Alloy is a metal made by combining two or more metallic elements.

Ferrous metals are alloys of iron and usually stick to a magnet, and include: 

  • Iron / Steel
  • 4xx Series Stainless Steel
  • Nickel
  • Cobalt

Non-ferrous metals are generally non-magnetic, and include: 

  • Aluminum
  • Lead
  • Copper
  • Brass
  • Zinc
  • Magnesium
  • Pot metal
  • Chromium
  • Pewter
  • Titanium
  • Mercury
  • Gold
  • Silver
  • Platinum
  • Tin


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Quinoa Products in Stock

We now have the following products in stock in our NJ warehouse:
Organic Quinoa Flakes in 20 kg bags
Organic Quinoa Flour in 20 kg bags
Organic Tricolor Quinoa in 25 kg bags
Organic Red Quinoa in 25 kg bags
Organic White Quinoa in 25 kg bags
Conventional White Quinoa in 25 kg bags
Please email for pricing. MOQs apply. See product pictures below!
Organic Red Quinoa Organic Quinoa Flour Organic Quinoa Flour Organic Quinoa Flakes Organic Tricolor Quinoa Organic White Quinoa

Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism

Onset Worldwide has officially been certified as a partner in the C-TPAT program! 

The Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program is a voluntary supply chain security program, launched by US Customs and Border Protection in 2001. The partnerships allow for better risk assessment and establishes clear supply chain security criteria for members to meet. Applicants must address a broad range of security topics and provide procedural documentation. Certified members are considered to be of low risk, and are therefore less likely to be examined at the US port of entry. For more details check out their website here