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The gumdrops aren't loaded with seeds. Actually, I don't remember noticing the presence of seeds when I tried them. I imagine a few slip through the process, so they want to make the consumer aware of it.
Not sure of your recipe...but you could run them through a food processor and strain them with a chinois strainer this would remove the pulp from the seeds
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