The Global Chia Seed Market Size will reach to US$ 5.5 Billion by 2027. Salvia hispanica, also called Chia is a plant in the mint family which is grown commercially for its seeds and is rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Apart from that, Chia seeds provide a magnificent source of antioxidants as well as soluble fiber. Furthermore, chia seed production was only feasible in tropical and subtropical regions because the prolonged growing season required to complete seed development. At the same time, chia plants grow well in temperate climates; they need short days to flower and are typically killed by frost before seeds mature.