XL Bag - 1000 g
- Net weight: 1000 g
Almonds are best cultivated in the wam climates, and the USA and Australia have most of the world's almond production today. In Europe, it is primarily Spain that is successful in growing almonds. The almond tree is a smaller, deciduous tree that becomes productive and bears fruit after 5 years. In spring, the tree blooms with fine pink flowers, and 7-8 months after flowering, the fruit matures. Almonds are in principle not a distress, but a stone fruit with a fruity, green oval must be extreme. Inside the stone fruit there is the brown, moistened shell that you know, for example from Christmas time when almonds can be bought in shell, so that they can be broken just before eating the almond itself. Almonds are widely used and are available in both sweet and bitter versions.
Almonds can be enjoyed at breakfast, salad, snack, pastries or desserts. Note: Extra large quantity suitable for the professional kitchen.
May contain traces of other nuts and peanuts
How to store
Store dry, cool and tightly closed
Nutrition content pr. 100G
- Energy 2466 KJ (596kcal)
- Fat 50g
- - of which is saturated fat 3.8g
- Carbohydrate 9.1g
- - of which is sugars 4.4g
- Dietary fiber 13g
- Protein 21g