Barlean's Flax Seed Oil Organic Fresh (4 Varieties)

  • Barlean's Flax Seed Oil Organic Fresh (4 Varieties)
  • Barlean's Flax Seed Oil Organic Fresh (4 Varieties)
  • Barlean's Flax Seed Oil Organic Fresh (4 Varieties)
  • Barlean's Flax Seed Oil Organic Fresh (4 Varieties)
  • Barlean's Flax Seed Oil Organic Fresh (4 Varieties)
Our clear Flax Oil is a pure and unrefined source of plant-based, vegetarian Omega-3 fatty acids. Vegans, raw food enthusiasts and chefs all enjoy our clear flax oil for its numerous health benefits, mild flavor and versatility.
  • High in ALA Omega-3 fatty acid: 7,640mg per Tbsp  
  • USDA Organic, Non-GMO verified, Gluten Free, Kosher
  • Fresh, cold-pressed and protected from air and light
  • Enjoy right off the spoon or mix into salad dressings, yogurt, oatmeal or smoothies
  • Barlean’s is the #1 selling organic flax oil

Just as nature intended: pure, organic and unrefined. That’s music to our ears at Barlean’s and our Organic Fresh Flax Oil is all those things and more. With its wholesome, nutty flavor, Barlean’s Fresh Organic Flax Oil provides a whopping 7,640mg of plant-based ALA Omega-3 fatty acid per tablespoon. Omega-3s are vital fatty acids that cannot be produced by the body, so we need to get them from foods or supplements. Flax is the best plant-based source. Barlean’s Organic Flax Oil is an award-winning unfiltered organic flax oil, freshly pressed in the Pacific Northwest, and protected from damaging heat and light from seed to bottle. There’s a reason Barlean’s is the #1 selling organic flax oil in the world.

Organic Fresh Flax Seed Oil

Item #FG10000 (8oz)

Item #FG10011 (16oz)

Item #FG10022 (32oz)

Item #FG10078 (100ct Softgels)

  • High in ALA Omega-3 fatty acid
  • Non-GMO, Gluten Free
  • Fresh, cold-pressed and protected from air and light
  • 1650mg of ALA Omega-3 fatty acids per serving
  • Barlean’s is the #1 selling organic flax oil

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Updated: 11/18/18