Chia is edible seed of plant Salvia hispanica, a flowering plant found in Latin America. Latin America is considered as one of the main suppliers, as the region accounted for over 80% of global chia seeds supply in 2016. Chia seeds are preferred for massive amount of nutrients with very few calories. The seeds mainly consists of fibers, protein, fats, calcium, manganese, magnesium, and phosphorous with traces of zinc, vitamin B1, B2, B3 and potassium. The seeds improve metabolic health and reduce risk of heart diseases & type 2 diabetes. The seeds prevent premature skin aging, bone & muscle strength improvement and prevention of free radicals within body cells. Such health benefits are propelling demand for chia seeds in the food, beverage, personal care, and nutraceuticals industries.