Our ingredient hunters are dedicated to finding the best quality ingredients for all our snacks, especially when it comes to one of the biggest nutritional powerhouses in the mix. We get our almonds, walnuts, and pecans from where they’re best - sunny California! We then batch roast them or leave them raw as nature intended, choosing the best process to combine the most delicious snack.

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The benefits of nuts and seeds

Nuts about nuts? Us too! Nuts are a great source of protein which is needed to help keep our muscles and bones healthy. Plus the natural fats supply our bodies with vitamins and essential fatty acids. Nuts and seeds contain complex omega fats and vital nutrients, which tend to be tricky to get enough of in the modern diet. This is why we love using wholesome nut and seed ingredients in our snack creations -- they just bring so much goodness to the table and taste amazing too!

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Why do we need to eat nuts?

Our nutritionist Jess recommends enjoying a portion of nuts everyday, as they contain amino acids, which are the building blocks for our muscle to repair, strengthen and grow. We think they are such a handy way to get in great quality fats, essential vitamins and minerals. Look out for our nutritionist badges to see which of our carefully balanced nut snacks are a source of fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals.

What are the healthiest nuts?

All nuts are nutritional superheroes, bringing many nutrients to the table and helping our bodies function at their best. Which could be considered the healthiest depends on what area of the nutritional profile you want to focus on. Pistachios and cashews have the lowest calorie (157 kcal) and fat content (12.9g) per serving size, whilst peanuts contain the most plant protein (7.3g) and almonds the most fibre (3.5g). In fact, almonds are considered to be the most nutritionally-dense nut, offering the most nutrients per calorie and per gram. Read more.