Sesame Seeds

  • Organic Sesame Seeds (Natural, Unhulled) Organic Sesame Seeds (Natural, Unhulled)

    Organic sesame seeds are all natural and are not hulled. They are grown free of any chemicals or pesticides. These can be used in baking, soups, salads, and sushi.

    $3.99/lb
  • Sesame Seeds Sesame Seeds

    Natural imported unhulled sesame seeds used in many meals and candies.

    $3.29/lb
  • Organic Sesame Seeds (Hulled) Organic Sesame Seeds (Hulled)

    All natural raw organic sesame seeds with the hull removed.

    $4.49/lb
  • Black Sesame Seeds Black Sesame Seeds

    Black sesame seeds are more rich in flavor than white sesame seeds. Used on fish, salads, breads, and sauces. It is a prominent ingredient in Asian dishes as well.

    $4.29/lb
  • Sesame Seeds (Hulled) Sesame Seeds (Hulled)

    These hulled sesame seeds are lighter in color than the natural variety. Often found on top of rolls, these seeds are ideal for baking and cooking.

    $3.99/lb
  • Organic Sesame Tahini Organic Sesame Tahini

    Delicious and smooth Organic Sesame Tahini. Delicious on a sandwich or used as a dip for vegetables.

    $9.99

From our family to yours, since 1929

Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.

“Absolutely the least expensive nuts and seeds anywhere. But even better was the speed of our order. The sesame seeds were here in Virginia before I typed in my credit card number. Well maybe not quite.”

Bill, Roanoke, Virginia May 27, 2009

Sesame seeds come from the pods of the sesame plant. Sesame seeds can be added to breads and crackers, as well as salads. It can also be used in making tahini and halvah. Whether added to sweet or savory dishes, sesame seeds are a source of iron, magnesium, manganese, copper, and calcium. They are also a source of antioxidant lignans.