*BBD (Best Before Date) is passed (August 2020) but still perfectly ok to use. Is discounted by 50%. See following from Food Standards Australia
Date marks give a guide to how long food can be kept before it begins to deteriorate or may become unsafe to eat.
The two types of date marking are use by dates and best before dates. The food supplier is responsible for placing a use by or best before date on food.
Foods that must be eaten before a certain time for health or safety reasons should be marked with a use by date. Foods should not be eaten after the use by date and can’t legally be sold after this date because they may pose a health or safety risk.
Most foods have a best before date. You can still eat foods for a while after the best before date as they should be safe but they may have lost some quality. Foods that have a best before date can legally be sold after that date provided the food is fit for human consumption.
A gluten-free flour, rich in minerals, made from fat-reduced sesame seeds. This flour has a fine, white appearance, yet contains some 15% fibre and as much as 46% protein. Sesame flour also includes ample minerals and vitamins. 75 grams of sesame flour will fully cover the recommended daily intake of magnesium and zinc. It also provides calcium and vitamin E. Sesame flour contains very high antioxidant properties because of the presence of natural sesame antioxidants –sesamol and sesamolina.
Sesame flour has a mild and nutty aroma. The round and slightly sweet taste is perfect for biscuits, cakes, bread, pizza, etc. The flour is an excellent alternative to almond flour and is used in exactly the same way.
- Low carbohydrate content (only 6%)
- Good source of protein (46%)