Nothing says festive like a display of Brazil Nuts in their stunning, deep maroon shells, they add to any platter and are great to have in the house. There are many ways to open them, try freezing or roasting them prior to opening them with a nut cracker.
+ Nutritional Info
GRAMS PER SERVE SERVES PER PACK PER SERVE PER 100g ENERGY 1371.5 2743 PROTEIN 7.15 14.3 FAT, TOTAL 33.2 66.4 SATURATED 7.55 15.1 CARBOHYDRATE 2.4 4.8 SUGARS 1.15 2.3 SODIUM 1.5 3
- + Ingredients
- + Health Benefits
Where do we begin! Just one of these nuts packs such a powerful punch! Let’s start with selenium, lacking in our Australian and NZ soil and a really important antioxidant for fighting free radicals and maintaining a healthy immune system. Incredibly, Brazil nuts have more selenium than any other food! Just two a day will supply the recommended daily intake. Brazil Nuts contain Vitamin E, and are a source of fibre, thiamin, and naturally low in sugars and sodium. They’re a super form of plant protein, calcium and healthy fats. Brazil nuts also contain magnesium, essential for healthy bones and zinc, which also helps to maintain a healthy immune system.
- + How to use
Try chopping and sprinkling them over your cereal or yoghurt, adding them to your salad, roasting them with vegetables or just grabbing a handful as a snack. Brazil nuts can be incorporated in almost any dish to add flavour, texture and nutrients!
- + Country of Origin
Product of Bolivia
- + Storage Instructions
Keep refrigerated before and after opening to ensure long-lasting freshness