- One of the most popular nuts for snacking.
- We only select top quality, whole nuts –not halves or bits.
- Fresh, moist and unsalted.
- Great for snacks or cooking
One of the most popular snacking nuts because of its creamy, sweet flavour while maintaining a crisp bite. We only select the best quality whole cashew nuts to ensure your favourite nut doesn’t disappoint.
The cashew nut is a dynamo of nutrients, boasting vitamins E, K and B6 as well as magnesium, iron, selenium and arginine, which helps to support blood vessel health . Raw natural cashews are also high in protein and fibre yet low in carbohydrates. They contain high levels of calcium, potassium, phosphorous, selenium, copper and zinc.
These crescent shaped snacks are also a good source of lutein and zeaxanthin, nutrients that are known to contribute to eye health. They are naturally high in fats but the good kind; monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats.
Each small handful (28g) of cashews is only 164 calories, so can be useful if you are trying to watch your weight but still want something tasty and filling.
Many nut roast recipes rely on the cashew for its subtle nutty flavour and with the mild almost buttery consistency some cuisines prepare the nuts to use in a similar way to the better known peanut butter spread. The easiest of all must be to sprinkle some into the final stages of cooking a stir-fry!
Did you know?
Did you know that the cashew tree is a sub tropical evergreen? The cashew nut first develops inside of a kernel, which then grows into a small yellow or red fruit that resembles an apple.
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these were fisappoinrinf being slightly soft and best roasted lightly before eating. I had the same problema this year with brazil nuts
I am sorry to hear that your latest bag of Cashew Nuts was not a crisp as previously. I have contacted you directly to discuss this further.
Really pleased with this product, very good value.