Nutritional Information

Nuts are good for you. This has been established by the myriads of studies that have been done over the last three decades. A large-scale, 30-year long study found that people who regularly ate one ounce of nuts at least seven times per week were 20 percent less likely to die for any reason, compared to those who avoided nuts in their diet.  Much more is being studied, including whether the body absorbs the calories of nuts like it does other foods. (For what it's worth, we eat nuts every day, and we maintain our weight!) The oils in nuts have tremendous benefits for your heart and internal organs, as well as for your skin and hair. One of our most nutritious nut blends is our Nature's Bounty, which contains seven kinds of raw tree nuts. Our Energy Mix is also a popular blend of unsalted nuts, seeds, and raisins.

We recommend the following articles and websites:
NY Times - Snacking Your Way to Better Health
Medical News Today - Eating Nuts Everyday May Prolong Health

We roast using 100% pure peanut oil.

Nutrients Found in Nuts and Seeds

28 g
(1 oz.)
Calories Total Fat (grams) Carbs (grams) Fiber  (grams) Also contains:
(about 20)   
160 Monounsaturated 9
Polyunsaturated 4
Saturated 1
4 3

Vitamin E, Magnesium, Calcium, Copper, Manganese, Riboflavin

(about 20)

177 Monounsaturated 13
Polyunsaturated 2
Saturated 1
5 3

Vitamin E, Magnesium, Copper, Manganese, Phosphorous      

(about 12)

200 Monounsaturated 17
Polyunsaturated <1
Saturated 4
4 3

Thiamin, Manganese               

(about  25)
165 Monounsaturated 7
Polyunsaturated 5
Saturated 2
6 2

Phosphorus, Niacin, Folate, Thiamin, Copper, Magnesium, Protein (7g)                                 

(about 18)

195 Monounsaturated 12
Polyunsaturated 6
Saturated 2
4 2

Calcium, Iron, Phosphorous, Potassium, Magnesium          

English Walnuts
(about 15)
190 Monounsaturated 3
Polyunsaturated 13
Saturated 2
4 1

Omega-3, Copper, Manganese, Vitamin B6

(about 14)
165 Monounsaturated 7
Polyunsaturated 3
Saturated 3
8 1
Magnesium, Phosphorus, Copper


(about 7)

185 Monounsaturated 7
Saturated 4
2 2 Dietary Selenium, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Copper 
(about 18)


Monounsaturated 7
Polyunsaturated 4
Saturated 2
2 2 Vitamin B6, Phosphorus, Thiamin, Copper, Manganese               


Figures above were compiled from various sources including the US Dept. of Agriculture, and are approximate.