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Almonds are nutty, nutritious, and versatile

A delicious snack or addition to healthy meals. They come with a protective shell to retain freshness  or unshelled ready to eat.



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2.0 lb

Best ways to enjoy Nuts U.S. Premium Almonds

Straight Up: Enjoy the pure, natural flavor of our almonds as a satisfying snack.

Trail Mix: Mix the almonds with your favorite dried fruits and seeds for a nutritious and delicious trail mix. Check out our delicious and fresh dried fruits and seeds category for more options.

Almond Butter: Blend them into a creamy home made almond butter for a versatile spread.

Salads: Add sliced or chopped almonds to salads for a crunchy texture and nutty flavor.

Baking: Incorporate almonds into your baking for added texture and flavor in cookies, cakes, and muffins.

Smoothies: Blend almonds into your smoothies for a creamy texture and a boost of protein and healthy fats.

Yogurt Topping: Sprinkle chopped almonds on top of yogurt for a nutritious and crunchy topping.

Stir-Fries: Add almonds to stir-fries for a nutty crunch and added protein.

Granola: Mix almonds into homemade granola for a nutritious and flavorful breakfast option.

Almond Milk: Make your own almond milk at home using our almonds for a fresh and delicious dairy-free alternative.

Benefits of Eating Almonds

Nutrient-Rich: Almonds are a good source of nutrients, including fiber, protein, healthy fats, vitamin E, magnesium, and antioxidants.

Energy Boost: Almonds are a good source of protein, healthy fats, and fiber, which can provide a steady release of energy and help keep you feeling full and satisfied.

How to Store Almonds

Cool, Dry Place: Store almonds in an airtight container in a cool, dry place, away from
direct sunlight and heat sources.

Refrigeration: For longer shelf life, store almonds in the refrigerator, especially in warm climates or if you're not planning to use them quickly.

Freezing: Almonds can be frozen to extend their shelf life. Place them in a freezer-safe container or bag and store them in the freezer for up to a year.

Shell On or Off: Almonds can be stored with or without their shell, but shelled almonds may be more convenient for snacking and cooking.

Avoid Moisture: Moisture can cause almonds to become moldy or rancid, so make sure they are stored in a dry environment.

Keep Away from Strong Odors: Almonds can absorb odors from other foods, so store them away from strong-smelling foods.