Sunflower Seed Butter, Lightly Sweetened, Organic by Once Again



Sunflower Seed Butter

Kosher-certified and non-GMO verified, Once Again's delicious and natural plant-based spreads are keto-friendly, gluten-free, and created using only the finest ingredients. Their organic sunflower seed butter is created by roasting organically-grown sunflower seeds and milling them smooth with organic sugar cane and salt for a product that is full of flavor and protein.

We only sell this product in bulk.  No individual jars of sunflower butter are available.

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Top 3 Excellent reasons to eat more sunflower seed butter:

1. More unsaturated fat than nut butters! And no cholesterol, making it a heart healthy food.
2. A source of fiber, and easy to digest. For those with a nut allergy, sunflower seed butter is a
perfect substitution for recipes and all other ways can enjoy it!
3. It’s plant-based protein, fiber and healthy fats combination leaves you feeling satiated and
Each 2 tablespoons serving of sunflower seed butter provides the following nutrients, minerals, and
• Protein. Sunflower seed butter contains about 5 grams of plant-based protein per 2-tbsp
serving. This counts toward the recommended dietary allowances (RDA) for women of 46
grams and 56 grams for men, which varies by age and activity level.
• Magnesium. With about 118 milligrams of magnesium, each serving helps towards the RDA of
400–420 mg in men and 310–320 in women. Magnesium is essential for health, playing a role
in over 300 chemical processes in the body.
• Phosphorous. Each serving contains 236 milligrams of phosphorus, which is about 34
percent of the RDA of 700mg for adults. Phosphorus helps the body to build healthy cells and
bones and helps cells to produce energy.
• Zinc. A serving of cashew butter provides 1.6 mg of zinc. This is 12 percent of the
recommended daily intake of 11 mg for men, and 20 percent of the RDA of 8 mg for women.
Zinc is necessary for immunity, protein synthesis, and DNA formation.
• Copper. Cashew butter contains 0.6 mg of copper per serving, which makes 30 percent of the
RDA for adults. Copper together with iron enables the body to form red blood cells. It helps
maintain healthy bones, blood vessels, nerves and immune function.
• Folate. With about 76 milligrams of folate per serving, sunflower seed butter provides almost 6
percent of an adult's RDA. Our body requires folate to make DNA and other genetic material, it
is also required for cells to divide. There is an increased need for folic acid during pregnancy to
prevent neural tube defects in the fetus.
• Fiber. A serving of sunflower seed butter provides 3 grams of fiber, contributing to the daily
recommended of 25 to 30 grams. Fiber is beneficial in weight management, decreasing risk for
diabetes type 2 and coronary artery disease by lowering cholesterol levels. • Vitamin E. Sunflower seed butter provides almost 59 percent of an adult's RDA of 15 mg.
Vitamin E is an important vitamin required for the proper function of many organs in the body.
It is also an antioxidant.
Health benefits of sunflower seed butter:
• Excellent source of vitamin E, protecting our cells from damage
• Contain about 47% daily value for vitamin B1, fighting fatigue and helping our body convert the
foods we eat into actual energy.
• Fights stress due to its high magnesium content.
• Muscle building
• Great for blood and bone health, also to prevent anemia.
Good fit for:
• Plant-based diet
• Gluten-free diet
• High protein diet
• Vegan and vegetarians
• Paleo diet
• Mediterranean diet
• Nut allergy

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Disclaimer: For educational and informational purposes only, prepared by Carolina Jantac, MS, RD, LD. Any product recommendation is not intended to
diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Our statements and information have not necessarily been evaluated by the Food and Drug
Administration. Please consult with your health professional before making any dietary changes.