100% Natural. No added sugar, colours or preservatives
When it comes to healthy snacks, you can't go past our Lightly Salted Almonds. Each delectable nut is rich in heart-healthy fats that keep you feeling full and help to manage your blood sugar levels. And because we grow our almonds in bee-friendly orchards, they also support the health of over 3 billion bees every pollinating season.
Roasted Almonds, Rock Salt.
Contains tree nuts. May contain traces of soy.
Vegan. No gluten, lactose, peanut, flavours, colours, preservatives, or GMO ingredients.
Dietary Fibre (g)
Our almond orchards in Australia put the health of bees first. Learn how we sustain over 3 billion bees per season in this video.
Our high-grade almonds are grown in Australian orchards that put the health of bees first. We provide fresh water sources throughout our orchards, and grow nectar-rich flowering plants to give our bees a varied and nutritious diet.
We are proud to offer you a truly premium grade of almonds. These tasty almonds are chosen for being healthy, whole, and without blemishes. We also made sure to select the largest size of almonds available, so you can enjoy a bigger crunch and a more satisfying snacking experience!
Almonds originated in Iran and surrounding countries. From the Middle East, the cultivation of almonds spread to the Mediterranean and other parts of Europe, and then eventually around the globe. Today, the world’s leading almond producers are United States, Spain, Iran, and Turkey. Our Lightly Salted Almonds are grown in orchards in Australia. Click here to find them on our interactive map!
Almonds deliver so much nutritional value that they’re often described as a superfood! These tasty nuts are packed with fibre to aid in digestion, protein for repairing your muscles and tissues, and unsaturated fats to help keep your heart and cholesterol levels healthy. They are also rich in antioxidants and essential vitamins and minerals, which work together to support the health of your cells and your immune system, among other important functions.
Nuts in general are good in moderation if your goal is to shed some kilos. They tend to be high in protein, healthy fats and fibre, which work together to keep you feeling full. They’re also low in carbohydrates, which is helpful for weight loss. However, almonds are particularly favoured by the figure-conscious because not all of the fat content in almonds can be absorbed by your body. Because of this, 10% to 15% of the calories in almonds are “free” calories that you don’t have to count!
Nutritionists and doctors generally recommend to eat one serving of almonds per day, which is equivalent to about one handful. By consuming this amount, you can enjoy all the health benefits this impressive nutritional powerhouse has to offer – along with long-lasting energy and unbeatable taste!
Bees pollinate 1/3 of the world's food, but bee populations have been declining for decades.
Our Australian almond orchards keep bees healthy by providing sources of water and nectar.
And make sure not to use pesticides or herbicides while the bees are pollinating almond trees.
Almonds are one of the healthiest snacks around. These tasty treats are high in monounsaturated ("good") fatty acids, which control blood sugar levels and improve cardiovascular health. They’re also a rich source of vitamin E and antioxidants that are essential to maintaining bright and healthy skin, shiny hair, and strong nails.
Almonds and other nuts require more water to grow than most fruits and vegetables. Each hectare of almonds grown consumes about 12-13 megalitres of water per season, the equivalent of five Olympic swimming pools.
Our almond orchards in Australia use water-saving sensors that monitor the hydration levels of the trees, and allocate water based on need. This allows water to be used more efficiently and sustainably.
Almond production consumes high amounts of energy. This energy typically comes from fossil fuel sources, which generate carbon emissions that contribute to climate change.
Our almond orchards in Australia have transitioned to renewable solar and wind sources for 75% of their energy needs, and aim to keep reducing their dependency on fossil fuels.
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