where to buy chia seeds
where to buy chia seeds
I am going to buy some since people have been talking about its benefits here.
Is it carried in any local stores in Dallas, any ideas? I would rather buy in a store than order online. Thanks very much.
I only recently discovered these wonderful little seeds. I had to ask if my local store had them after I looked exhaustively for them. I didn’t know they were also known by the name “Anutra”. Anutra is the white chia seed and quite a bit more expensive than the black seed however I bought a small amount to familiarize myself. In just a few days I have become enamoured with this little miracle, lol.
If you get them at a health food store, they’re going to be more money than they would be online (most likely). I got my first chia seeds for $22 for a one pound container at a natural foods market. Later, I found them online for $6 and some change with shipping for a pound.
I’ve heard of the white seeds called Salba, not Antura, but both may be just brand names. The nutritional profile is similar, white seeds being slightly more nutritious and lots more expensive. I buy the regular organic chia online. 2 lbs, $20./ free shipping. www.getchia.com
Hey yydallas, I buy my online at www.chiaseedandoil.com They have the best price that I have found… If you find them locally you may pay through the nose as compared to this site…
Wish I was in Big “D”... I love Texas!!!
Salba is a brand name for a selected variety of white Chia seeds. Little if any nutritional difference. For those in Canada, we carry both white and natural (brown) http://www.rawnutrition.ca/html/advantage_healt…
you can purchase chia seeds thro brian and courtney smith. they own and operate an online store called Loving Foods in Dallas. $10 a pound.
they have tons of superfoods, check them out!
after reading about chia in countless blogs and in victoria boutenko’s book, i researched them. I simply have to try them. I am going to order them online because i haven’t seen them anywhere.
I saw them in Whole Foods but did not notice the price.
I went to the links above and none of them are chemical free, they just say Premium, not chemical free :(.
The only places I’ve found chemical free chia are from Angela Stoke’s and Matt Monarch’s sites. They also are selling on Amazon.com. The shipping cost appears to be less from their sites, but price per bag is more expensive than on Amazon (but think that their site ends up being less money). Here are the links (the links are for 25 pounds worth, but you can search for smaller sizes once there):
Hi I have been using these great little seeds for 6 months now and they are really good organic chia seeds . Very good for training and endurance sports. I have founda new site in England selling them with lots of infomation on them.
One pound for £10 plus p+p .http:// www.chia4uk.com
I just bought a 5 lb. bag from Matt Monarch and Angela Stokes through Amazon. I think it was $37, can't remember if that was before or after shipping. That is for the white seeds, that is the best price I've ever found. I love them and eat them every day!
Consider purchasing chia seeds from Natural Zing (naturalzing.com) They're very reputable, responsive and quick to fulfill orders. I've been pleased with every order I've made with them!
I have ordered from them too. And have had very good luck. I order everything else from them. The Monarch/Stokes chia seeds are priced much lower.
Anyone knows the cheapest and best source in Canada for Chia seeds? Shipping a 5 lb bag from the US might be quite expensive.
I've actually seen them at my local Whole Foods (in California) in the bulk section, I think for something like US $6/lb... It also helps if you have a local natural foods grocery. Just ask them if you could place a bulk order, and they'll usually get it for you at less than retail prices, and if you're lucky, at just a tiny bit more than wholesale. It also saves on shipping, since it's shipped along with the stuff your grocery store has already ordered... All you have to do is drive to the grocery store and pick it up when your store gets their next shipment.
I bet you could ask Whole Foods if they do that, too, if you don't have a smaller local natural grocery store in your area.
Hope this helps.