Onset Worldwide – Your Bulk Chia Seed Supplier

Our CHIA products:

  • black chia seeds (conventional & organic)
  • milled chia (conventional & organic)
  • micro-sliced chia (conventional & organic)
  • defatted chia bran/cake (conventional & organic)
  • chia oil in bulk (conventional & organic)
  • chia oil in capsules 

See more information here. We can supply quinoa and teff as well. 
Minimum order quantities = 1 pallet (2,000 lbs)

Contact us for a quote today! 

Chia Pudding Recipe!

Chia Pudding

Make your meals. Choose your raw ingredients. Avoid processed foods and preservatives.

Ingredients for chia pudding pictured here:

Almond Milk
Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
Chia Seeds

Mix together and let sit overnight! Top with a fruit of your choosing. 

The basics of GMOs

We are in the process of getting Non-GMO verified and USDA Organic certified for our retail brand, Ned’s Naturals. Learning about GMOs has been such a eye-opener!

Here is what you should know about GMOs. 

GMO, “genetically modified organisms”, are the plants and animals created through genetic engineering. Monsanto, in particular, is a large agricultural company responsible for most of the GMO crops in the world today. Monsanto is actually genetically engineering crops to produce their own pesticide in the form of Bt (Bacillus thurengiensis). Bt is known to harm the soil, wildlife, animals, and human health. 

Not only are GMOs producing a toxic chemical, but they also lack nutrients in comparison with non-GMO crops. When eaten by animals, GMOs cause a nutrient deficiency, bloating, tumors, and various severe illnesses. When humans eat these animals or GMO plants directly, we also experience the side effects of GMOs. GMOs have been linked to autism, cancer, thyroid issues, IBS, organ damage, gastrointestinal and immune system disorders (including allergies), accelerated aging, and infertility.

“Currently commercialized GM crops in the U.S. include soy (94%), cotton (90%), canola (90%), sugar beets (95%), corn (88%), Hawaiian papaya (more than 50%), zucchini and yellow squash (over 24,000 acres).” –IRT 

Ingredients derived from GMOs include vegetable oil, vegetable fat and margarines (made with soy, corn, cottonseed, and/or canola), soy flour, soy protein, soy isolates, soy isoflavones, soy lecithin, vegetable proteins, textured vegetable protein (TVP), tofu, tamari, tempeh, and soy protein supplements, corn flour, corn gluten, corn masa, corn starch, corn syrup, cornmeal, and High-Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS).

How to avoid GMO

1. Buy certified Organic
2. Look for the Non-GMO Project Seal
3. Avoid high-risk ingredients, including corn, soy, canola, cottonseed, sugar beets, papaya, zucchini, and yellow squash.
4. Use the Non-GMO Shopping Guide 

More information can be found at the Non-GMO Project, Beyond Pesticides, and IRT.

Register for the New Jersey Tour de Farm!

The owners of Onset Worldwide have registered to participate in the NJ Tour de Farm, a cycling and culinary experience like no other! We are both riding in the 34 mile bicycling tour of NJ farms, and enjoying a beautiful farm-to-fork feast afterwards! Last year was amazing, and we are expecting it to be even better this year. So click the link to register today 🙂

NJ Tour De Farm

Ned’s Naturals, formerly Pop Top Foods

Ned's NaturalsAfter much deliberation and seeing our Pop Top Foods brand on the shelf next to other health food brands, we have decided to completely rebrand our retail line to Ned’s Naturals! 

Meet Ned: 

We put a name to a movement; a movement to bring back raw, whole foods to today’s fast-paced lifestyle. Our motto, “conveniently healthy”, states just that.  Ned’s Naturals is a proponent of providing organic and natural nutrient-dense foods, eating healthy, starting local, and supplementing your diet with worldwide superfoods. Our unique packaging includes spouted pouches for easy pouring and smaller, refillable To Go containers to keep next to your blender, at work, at the gym, in the car, or for traveling.


Strawberry Chia Hamantaschen Recipe


For the dough:
2 sticks unsalted butter, softened
1 pkg. cream cheese (8oz)
1/2 cup sugar

2.5 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 tsp salt

For the filling:
1 cup of strawberries
1 cup of sugar
6 tbsp chia seeds
1 egg, beaten 


Beat butter, cream cheese, and sugar until smooth. Add flour and salt and beat until incorporated. Refrigerate dough while making filling. 

To make filling, slice each strawberry into quarters. Add sliced strawberries and sugar to a pan on the stove, and heat until sugar is dissolved and strawberries are breaking down. Stir often. At the consistency you desire, remove from heat and let cool for 5-10 min. Stir in chia seeds! Allow chia seeds to absorb the moisture for up to an hour. Filling should set to jam-like consistency. If too runny, add more chia! 

Line baking sheets with parchment paper. Roll out dough and cut into 3-inch circles.  Spoon 1 tsp of filling in center of each circle (try to include a chunk of strawberry on each). Form triangles by folding in edges, pinching corners, and leaving the opening at the center of the filling. Brush dough with egg. 

Freeze cookies for 2 hours! This step is important, or your cookies are likely to loose shape in the oven. Preheat oven to 350, and bake until golden, about 30 minutes.  

ENJOY! Makes ~3 dozen cookies 

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