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Nuts

Apricot kernels (Semen Armeniaca Amarum)

The seed of Apricots, Apricot kernels are a versatile source of ingredient for many industries. Confectionery manufacturers produce a...

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Cashews (Anacardium occidentale)

Although a native of the Americas, cashews are mostly known as being of Indian origin, and these days Vietnamese,...

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Coconuts (Cocos nucifera)

Some speculate that coconuts first originated in the Malayan Archipelago but no one really knows. It is ideally suited...

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Hazelnuts (Corylus Avellana)

Hazelnuts, or Filberts as they are also known as they get harvested around the 22nd August each year, St....

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Macadamia Nuts (Macadamia intergricola)

Also knows as the Queensland nuts, the macadamia nut is Australia’s major contribution to worlds nut supply ! It...

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Peanuts (Arachis Hypogaen)

The plant probably originated somewhere in Brazil, Peru or the low lying lands of Bolivia and were growing as...

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Pecans (Carya illinoensis)

Pecans first grew around the south central region of North America and Mexico. Algonquian Indians gave the nut its...

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Pine Nuts (Pinus Pinea)

Pine nuts are called pinoli in Spain and are also locally known as pinoccoli or pinocchi. Pinocchio in fact...

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Pistachios (Pistacia vera)

Pistachios have been carbon dated to 6760 BC. It probably is native to Iran and is one of two...

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Walnuts (Juglan Regia)

Walnuts are one of the oldest nuts in the nut family, with over 15 different nut trees native to...

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Almonds (Prunius Dulcis)

Some botanists believe the almond is a prehistoric hybrid of unknown Origin Countries. It is closely related to the...

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Brazil Nuts (Bertholletia Exelsa)

The first historical data that can be traced on this nut dates from 1569 when a Spanish Colonial officer...

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