Almond Nuts

500.00 - 600.00 / Kilogram

5 Ton (MOQ)

Business Type Supplier, Trader
Size 1.2-1.6 Cm in Length and 0.8-1.2 Cm in Width
Shape Oval or Teardrop Shaped, with a Pointed End
Color Light Brown or Beige, with a Slightly Darker Brown Skin
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Preferred Buyer From

Location Anywhere in India

Product Details

Texture
Hard and Crunchy, But Not Brittle
Flavor
Nutty and Slightly Sweet
Moisture
6-7%
Oil
45-55%
Protein
20-30%
Carbohydrates
10-15%
Vitamins
Vitamin E and Other Vitamins and Minerals
Shelf Life
6-12 Months if Stored in a Cool, Dry Place

Almonds are nutrient-dense nuts that are widely consumed and appreciated for their distinct flavor and numerous health benefits. They are the edible seeds of the Prunus dulcis tree, native to the Middle East but cultivated in various parts of the world. Almonds are highly versatile and can be enjoyed in different forms, including whole, sliced, chopped, ground, or as almond butter or almond milk.

Almonds are known for their rich, slightly sweet, and subtly nutty taste. They are commonly consumed as a snack, added to both sweet and savory dishes, and used as an ingredient in various culinary creations. Almonds can be enjoyed on their own, raw or roasted, or incorporated into recipes such as salads, baked goods, granola bars, trail mixes, and desserts.

From a nutritional perspective, almonds offer several health benefits. They are a good source of healthy fats, including monounsaturated fats, which are beneficial for heart health. Almonds are also rich in protein, dietary fiber, vitamins (such as vitamin E, vitamin B2, and niacin), minerals (such as magnesium, phosphorus, and manganese), and antioxidants. These nutrients contribute to overall well-being and support various bodily functions, including brain health, bone health, and blood sugar regulation.

Almonds have gained popularity as a part of plant-based diets and are suitable for those following vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free lifestyles. They are also often used as an alternative to dairy milk, producing almond milk through a process of blending or grinding soaked almonds with water and straining out the solids. Almond milk serves as a dairy milk substitute for those who are lactose intolerant, have dietary restrictions, or prefer a non-dairy option.

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