Raw Blanched (skin removed) Filberts (Hazelnuts) – More than just coffee Flavoring!
Commonly used for baking and frostings and candy making.
Filberts are an all around healthy nut. They have high levels of monounsaturated fats, which can improve cardiovascular health. They are also rich in the antioxidant vitamin E, which may prevent cataracts and macular degeneration, maintain healthy skin, and reduce risk of dementia.
Raw Brazil Nuts – naturally healthy nut. Brazil Nuts are higb in protein, calcium, iron, zinc, and are one of the best natural dietary sources of selenium. Selenium has been proven to protect against heart disease and cancers. Their high selenium content also discourages the ageing process and stimulates the immune system. Brazil nuts are an excellent source of protein and fiber, and high in minerals including zinc and magnesium, and useful amounts of phosphorous, copper and iron.
Raw English Walnuts Halves & Pieces – available year round.
Great for baking, snacking, and homemade trail mixes.
Walnuts are the richest in omega-3 fatty acids, which help fight inflammation. Walnuts are a great way to get these healthy unsaturated fats if you’re not a fan of fish! They are also rich in manganese.
Raw 240 Jumbo Cashews
Cashews provide essential fatty acids, Vitamin B, fiber, protein, potassium, iron, and zinc.
Cashew nuts have a lower fat content than most nuts, with roughly 75% consisting of unsaturated fats.
This nut is rich in heart-protective monounsaturated fats!
Raw Pecan Halves – JR Mammoth – used for baking and candy making.
Pecans aren’t just for making tasty pies – they can also help improve your heart health. Pecans are among the most antioxidant-rich nuts, and may help prvent plaque formation in your arteries. Pecans can also help lower LDL cholesterol levels.
Raw Natural Amonds – Whole
Great for eating alone, or mixed into trail mixes. Almonds are a leading source of Vitamin E and magnesium, plus offers protein, fiber, potassium, calcium, phosphorus & iron. Almonds can also help lower harmful cholesterol, since the fat found in almonds is mostly monounsaturated.