Nuts, in strict accordance with the requirements of the industrialization of agriculture, to take ” rooted farmers producing raw green + immediate world-class product factory” organizational form of agricultural industrialization , strengthening enterprise management , the implementation of “6S” management approach , vigorously strengthen the building of quality , has passed the ISO9001: 2000 quality management system certification, HACCP international food hygiene quality system certification, QS certification, as well as Germany, France, IFS, KOSHER certification, established a perfect quality assurance system.
Available sizes: 18/20, 20/22, 23/25, 25/27, 27/30, 30/32,
MOQ:1 x 40 fcl
23/25: 6.25 per Kg
25/27: 5.75 per Kg
27/30: 5.55 per Kg
30/32: 5.20 per Kg
Packaging: 25 lbs (11.3 kg)/50 lbs (22.7 kg)Cartons, 2,200 lbs (1 mt)
Storage & Shelf Life: Store under cool and dry
conditions(<10°C/50ºF and <65% relative humidity) Almond moisture should be maintained at 6% or less.
All products comply with state standards and satisfy all the requirements of ISO 22000 requirements.
Non-GMO, 100% free from any coloring materials, flavors, and anti-foaming agents.
what kind of nutrients are in walnuts?
Walnuts and Plant-Based Protein, Fiber, Vitamins, and Minerals
Firstly, Consuming a diet consisting of plant-based foods can be a healthy way of eating. Incorporating walnuts into meals and snacks is a simple, tasty and convenient way to help ensure adequate protein intake, especially among vegetarians. 28 grams of walnuts provides four grams of protein, as well as two grams of fiber. Found solely in plant foods, fiber helps make you feel full and can control overeating, and can assist in lowering cholesterol and regulating blood glucose levels. Moreover, Walnuts also contain numerous other vitamins and minerals. They are a good source of magnesium (11% daily value) and phosphorus (10% daily value) – both important minerals involved in body’s processes and necessary for achieving optimal wellness.
When Fat is a Good Thing
Walnuts are rich in unsaturated fat – especially the omega-3 fatty acid ALA (alpha-linolenic acid). A handful, or 28g of these nutritious nuts provides a generous 18g of unsaturated fat. In other words, 83% of a walnut’s fat content is unsaturated. That means that when you eat walnuts in place of another food that’s high in saturated fat (e.g. chocolates), they can help to lower cholesterol levels too.*
Walnuts are high in alpha-Linolenic acid (ALA), which helps to maintain normal cholesterol levels as part of a balanced diet.
Walnuts are high in unsaturated fat. Replacing saturated fat with unsaturated fat in a balanced diet helps to lower our cholesterol levels, which is important for heart health.