Roastery Coast - Classic Gift Box (40 grab-n-go packs, Premium nuts and trail mix gift, Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Plant Protein)

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  • Premium mixed nut gift box
  • Non-GMO Project Certified, Gluten Free, Kosher, Unsalted, natural
  • Healthy gift choice - Plant protein, fiber, antioxidant (refer to product detail)
  • Slow dry-roasted; individually packed for the maximum freshness

Gift box includes:

10 Super Seven Mix pocket packs
10 Original Mix pocket packs
20 USA Super Food Mix pocket packs

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WARNING - California Proposition 65
Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including Acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.

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About macadamia nuts

Originating from Australia, macadamias are a hard shell nut that is very difficult to crack, but once inside the kernel has a subtle, buttery flavor and creamy texture, making macadamia nuts the perfect ingredient to add to just about any recipe in the kitchen. It’s a favorite amongst healthy snack lovers and dessert bakers alike.

The macadamia tree is of the evergreen variety and is a fast growing, medium sized tree with heavy foliage. It can take up to 15 years for a macadamia tree to reach its maximum nut yield.

Macadamia nuts are high in many essential nutrients, such as iron, vitamin B6, protein, thiamine, fiber, and magnesium and are linked to several health benefits including heart health, weight management, blood sugar and digestion.

About walnuts

Walnuts go way back, in fact they are the oldest tree food known to man dating back to 7000 BC in ancient Persia. In 1856, the first walnut orchard was planted in Los Angeles, California. Walnut cultivation has since proliferated. Now more than 99% of U.S. walnuts are grown in California.

The walnut tree is a deciduous tree from the Juglandaceae family and grows up to 80 feet tall. They do not bear fruit until they are around 7 to 10 years old. Walnuts are generally considered a nut, but like almonds, they are actually a drupe. The shells are removed and the kernel is consumed.

Walnuts are rich in antioxidants and remain a good source for omega-3 fatty acids. Walnuts are also known to reduce inflammation, particularly in people who suffer from heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and other types of cancers. Inflammation usually stems from oxidative stress, which walnuts help fight off. Several plant compounds within walnuts decrease inflammation.

They taste great in salads, yogurt, and flatbreads, or just by themselves! You can practically add walnuts to any recipe for added nutrients.