Scientific research is now showing that the nuts we once shunned because of their high fat and carbohydrate content are now considered a great source of vitamins, minerals and fiber, and are heart healthy! From almonds to sunflower seeds, we have them all, and most of our nuts are roasted fresh daily. Each type is available both salted and unsalted, and of course, and you can buy them raw as well. Please be sure to check out each page so that you don’t miss any!

  • Macadamia Nuts

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    Most of us think that majority of the macadamia nuts we buy come from Hawaii, but many come from the country where the trees were first discovered, Australia. The macadamia trees in Hawaii were first planted for cultivation in in the 1880s. Macadamias are a source of calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, selenium, iron, thiamine, riboflavin and niacin.
  • Almonds

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    Almonds are one of the earliest cultivated nuts known to man originating in the mideast. The United States produces about 80% of the world's almonds with Spain being second. Almonds are very high in vitamin E, protein, fiber, B vitamins, essential minerals, and phytosterols which are beneficial in lowering cholesterol. We have all sorts of different versions of almonds from raw to chocolate covered, so take a look at all of the great ways you can enjoy their nutritional benefits.
  • Brazils

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    Brazil nuts are a member of the plant family that includes blueberries and cranberries, so it should come as no surprise that they are a great source of vitamins and minerals as well as omega 6 fatty acids. The brazil nut tree grows only in rainforest settings and the recent interest in the health benefits of brazil nuts has helped in the conservation of rainforests. Selenium has been identified as a potentially beneficial mineral in preserving breast and prostate health and brazil nuts are one of the highest food sources for this mineral
  • Cashews

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    Cashews are peculiar in their growth because the seed grows from underneath the fruit. The fruit or cashew apple itself is eaten as well, and the juice is enjoyed and also fermented for an alcoholic drink. They are grown in the tropical regions in the southern hemisphere, and like the other tree nuts they are high in essential minerals and anti-oxidants. Our cashews are available fresh roasted or specially seasoned or candied. Next to peanuts, these are the most popular nut at our shop.
  • Filberts/Hazlenuts

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  • Peanuts

    Peanuts (8)

    There are so many different ways to enjoy peanuts and we offer just about all of them!
  • Pecans

    Pecans (8)

  • Pistachios

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  • Walnuts

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    China and Iran actually produce more walnuts than the United States, but the U.S. exports more. The walnuts we sell are English Walnuts as opposed to black walnuts. The husk of the English walnut is thinner, easier to crack, and therefore easier to process. Both the English and the Black walnut are similar in their nutritional value. Pound for pound walnuts are a nutrient-dense food. 100 grams of walnuts contain 15.2 grams of protein, 65.2 grams of fat, and 6.7 grams of dietary fiber. The protein in walnuts provides many essential amino acids. Wikepedia reports, "Compared to certain other nuts, such as almonds, peanuts and hazelnuts, walnuts (especially in their raw form) contain the highest total level of antioxidants, including both free antioxidants and antioxidants bound to fiber."