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Wild Oats Marketplace Organic Whole Flax Seed

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Take your flax to the max!

Wild Oats flax seed is certified organic, and is a source of fiber, protein and Omega-3 fatty acids. It’s a nutritionally unique and flavorful compliment to numerous dishes, smoothies, desserts and baked goods.

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22 OZ (1.38LB) 624g

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16 Responses to Wild Oats Marketplace Organic Whole Flax Seed

  1. Deborah says:

    Question, should flax seeds be stored in freezer or refrigerator if not using all in a small amount of time ? how long is shelf life after opening container.

    • Wild Oats Moderator says:

      Hi Deborah,
      Thank you for inquiring. Best to store them in freezer in airtight container. They should be consumed quickly if not stored in a freezer. If stored in a freezer, can last up to a year but quality should be checked periodically and flax can take on freezer odor.

      Wild Oats Team

      • Roy says:

        So your flax seed is raw? and when I purchased this product at the supermarket it was on the shelf. Should I not purchase this product if it is not refrigerated?

        • Oatie at Wild Oats says:

          Hi Roy! our flax seed is cold milled but not toasted. Ground flax is more digestible than whole flax seed (seed in, seed out) but after milling the alpha-linolenic acid that is the omega-3 fatty acid abundant in flax seeds and provides it’s health-protective properties is more susceptible to denaturing or spoiling. You can cook with ground flax that has been stored in cool conditions because the foods are eaten shortly after cooking but once heated the clock begins to tick. Hope that helps.


  2. sam says:

    Question: Why your nutrition facts data differ from other organic flax seed from a different brand? e.g. Mostly I have seen only 1800 mg of Omega 3 per serving, 2 or 3 gram of protein and 4 grams of fiber.

    These are organic Flax seeds so there should not be that much difference across brands?

    • Dave Carter says:

      Hi Sam,

      the nutritional content on basic foods will vary, depending on the region in which they are grown, the type of seed planted, moisture, soil conditions, and other factors. Our nutritional content is based on a lab analysis of our products, and not on a comparison with other products in the marketplace.

      I hope this clears up some of the confusion on that issue.


  3. Hope Foster says:

    Hi I would like to know how long does this last if kept in the refrigerator. Thanks!

  4. Hope Foster says:


    I love your product. I store it in the refrigerator. I would like to know how long does it stay fresh in the refrigerator.

  5. Cleta says:

    Is it safe to bake flaxseeds whole after soaking. I heard it could cause release of free radicals.

  6. rachel says:

    I bought this today but went to use it and there was no seal under the lid. Does this product not come sealed?

    • Chelsea Vurciaga says:

      Hi Rachel! It should have a seal! Please take it back and exchange it for one with a seal. Thanks and sorry for the inconvenience!

  7. Monica says:

    How many teaspoons can I pit in a 16oz smoothie?

    Can I use these whole flax seeds as is or should I have bought ground flax seeds?

    • Chelsea Vurciaga says:

      Hi Monica! I actually use whole flax in my smoothies all the time! I just toss a small handful in and it tastes great!

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