Allergens in bold. Packed in areas which also handle cereals containing gluten.
Suitable for vegans.
How to store Brazil nuts
Nuts are best kept somewhere cool and dry. They’ll be quite happy in the store cupboard.
Once opened, put them into a sealed airtight container. A re-sealable freezer bag will do.
As much as we love veg, there are some things you just can’t get from your five (or eight, or ten…) a day. Nuts are a great source of protein, and essential fats that are good for lowering cholesterol. Different nuts also offer the benefits of different vitamins and minerals. Brazil nuts are particularly rich in selenium; three or four nuts will give you your whole daily recommended amount.
About Infinity Foods
Infinity Foods, a workers’ co-operative based in Brighton, are a fantastic ethical supplier that we are really happy to be working with. They’re committed to promoting organic farming, and have been at the forefront of the campaign against GMO. All of their organic products are grown sustainably and certified by the Soil Association. They are also trying hard to offset their carbon, while they work towards the ideal of becoming a zero waste business.
It’s not just the planet that Infinity Foods is trying hard to protect, but also its people. Infinity Foods develop real relationships with their growers and producers in the developing world, and ensure that people are always given a fair deal. Their Brazil nuts are sustainably grown in Bolivia.
|Energy (kJ)||2730 kJ|
|Energy (kCal)||650 kCal|
|Fat (g)||68 g|
|of which Saturates (g)||16 g|
|Carbohydrate (g)||4 g|
|of which Sugars(g)||2.3 g|
|Protein (g)||13 g|
|Salt (g)||0 g|