Organic blue poppy | 1 kg

With our blue poppy seed there are no limits to your creativity. As a topping or filling for your sweet or savoury dishes or to pimp your pastries.

  • Ideal for baking and cooking
  • Free from preservatives; From organic farming
  • Excellent ingredient for mueslis, pastries and bread
£15.00
Content: 1 kg

incl. VAT plus shipping

Delivery time appr.
5-7 workdays

Description

Everything at a glance

The poppy seed plant is often associated with the producing of the narcotic drug opium. But don’t worry, even though the little seeds do have a lot of power in them, you’ll only get narcotic from their nutty sweet taste and their awesome smell. Our poppy is from organic cultivation and without any additives. Application wise, there are no limits; as a topping, a filling or coating, poppy tastes good on pastries or savoury dishes. How about some poppy seed bread rolls for a perfect start in the day? Or maybe a slice of a self-made poppy seed cake? You can also  integrate poppy for dinner, for example as a coating for fish. A little tip on the side: If you roast our Blue poppy, it’s taste and aroma will be more intense!

Durchschnittliche Nährwerte pro 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 2167 /  518  
Fat 42,2 g
    of which Saturates 4,9 g
Carbohydrate 4,2 g
    of which Sugars 2,3 g
Fibre 20,5 g
Protein 20,2 g
Salt 0,05 g

Order number MOHN_002
Origin Czech Republic
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260335837856
Data sheet Specification
Eco-Monitoring Unit DE-ÖKO-006
Traces Nutrition traces
Shipment Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storing Store the product cool,dry and keep it airtight.
Ingredients 100% poppy* *from organic farming
Allergens No allergens according to EU Regulation 1169/2011.
Price evolution

The KoRo price chart

  • Price Graph Icon

    What is the KoRo price chart?

    In this chart, you can see the price per base unit (mainly 100g). In addition, you will learn the reason for a price reduction or increase by clicking on the information circles.
  • Price Change Icon

    Why is the price fluctuating?

    Most annual product crops have an impact on the relationship between supply and demand in the market. In the event of a bad harvest, we must also pay a higher price for raw materials. Due to the strong impact of external factors such as wind, weather, climate and natural events on the harvest, we are refusing long-term cross-harvest contracts with our producers.
  • Communication Icon

    Why are we communicating price changes at KoRo?

    Open communication is very important to us and therefore part of our vision. For this reason, we would like to keep you informed of the evolution of our prices. Thus, the KoRo price chart provides a transparent overview of the evolution of the products prices over time.
Newsletter

The KoRo price-letter

Keep up-to-date: get the latest changes to our prices every month.
Newsletter Mockup
FAQs

Questions about questions

Is blue poppy nutritious?

Blue poppy has a lot of vitamins and nutrients. Especially high is the protein and fibre content, as well as calcium and magnesium. Therefore it's also perfect for athletes!

Is blue poppy nutritious?

Blue poppy has a lot of vitamins and nutrients. Especially high is the protein and fibre content, as well as calcium and magnesium. Therefore it's also perfect for athletes!

Is blue poppy gluten free?

The poppy itself is naturally gluten free, but be advised that it may contain traces of gluten due to cross contamination.

Why is blue poppy known to make people tired?

In the past poppy seed was very known for it's effect of making people sleepy. Even today poppy is found as an ingredient in drugs. This effect of poppy only occurs when it is harvest unripe, so poppy as a ripe food is totally harmless.

Why is blue poppy known to make people tired?

In the past poppy seed was very known for it's effect of making people sleepy. Even today poppy is found as an ingredient in drugs. This effect of poppy only occurs when it is harvest unripe, so poppy as a ripe food is totally harmless.

How can I process blue poppy?

Blue poppy can be processed raw, roasted or grounded. Cold pressed it can also be used as for manufacturing oil.

How can I process blue poppy?

Blue poppy can be processed raw, roasted or grounded. Cold pressed it can also be used as for manufacturing oil.

What are the differences between the difference between: blue poppy, grey poppy and corn poppy?

First of all the colour of the seed is very important. That's the first difference between the blue- black and the grey- white poppy. These two kinds are often used for baking and cooking. The corn poppy on the other hand is more known for it's beautiful red coloured flowers, which you can often see on the side of the roads. You should be very careful when eating this kind, because they have slightly poisoned substances, like alkaloids in them.

Keine Bewertungen hinzugefügt, schreibe den ersten Kommentar
Write a review
Evaluations will be activated after verification.
Review*
Please enter these characters in the following text field.

The fields marked with * are required.

Related products
Most liked by others Show all →
leer
Cashew nuts
£12.00
Content 1 kg

* Price incl. VAT plus shipping costs

BIO ERDNUSSMUS | 500 G
Organic 100% peanut mousse without additives
£4.50
Content 0.5 kg | £9.00 per kg

* Price incl. VAT plus shipping costs

BIO SONNENBLUMENKERNE | 1,5 KG
Organic sunflower seeds
£7.00
Content 1.5 kg | £4.67 per kg

* Price incl. VAT plus shipping costs

LAST SEEN
You might also like Show all →
C-8 MCT-Öl | 500 Ml
C-8 MCT-Oil
£17.00
Content 0.5 l | £34.00 per l

* Price incl. VAT plus shipping costs

BIO MÜSLI GEKEIMT | 2,5 KG
Organic germed muesli
£27.00
Content 2.5 kg | £10.80 per kg

* Price incl. VAT plus shipping costs

leer
Cashew nuts
£12.00
Content 1 kg

* Price incl. VAT plus shipping costs

News that really matter!

* No transfer of personal data to third parties, cancellation possible at any time