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Cashew and walnut bar 40 g

Cashew and walnut bar 40 g

£2.00
£5.00 per 100 g

incl. VAT plus shipping

  • High-fibre
  • Gluten-free
  • Lactose-free
  • Vegan
  • Nutty snack for your in-between

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BBD: 15.10.2021

Everything at a glance Cashew and walnut bar 40 g

As much as it may tempt you, we discourage you from eating our delicious cashew and walnut bar in your library, as "crunchy" is the adjective that suits it best. Packed with cashews, walnuts, peanuts, almonds and hazelnuts, our nut bar brings a fantastic nutty touch to your day! A true nut bomb and nutcracker, you will be head over heels in love with it.

We have created the ultimate crunchy, vegan nut bar, able to accompany and support you practically everywhere. You can rely on it when you are hungry to feel satisfied and energised, as it is a great source of fibre and healthy fats. With 238 calories per piece and its extra crispy and firm consistency, it is the perfect snack for your busy days. Enjoy!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 2472 / 595
Fat 42 g
   of which Saturates 4,9 g
Carbohydrate 38 g
   of which Sugars 21 g
Fibre 5,6 g
Protein 14 g
Salt 0,03 g

Order number RIEGEL_015
Origin Germany
Content 40 g
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654785661
Data sheet Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place
Ingredients CASHEW NUTS 17%, WALNUTS 16%, PEANUTS 15%, agave syrup, ALMONDS 13%, HAZELNUTS 13%, rice syrup, sunflower oil
Cross-contamination Contains PEANUTS and TREE NUTS. May contain SESAME.
Sales name Bar with cashews, walnuts, peanuts, almonds and hazelnuts
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The KoRo price chart Cashew and walnut bar 40 g

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18.11.2020
Wettbewerb/Markt
3,75€ / 100g

+33,33%
5,00€ / 100g
⭐️
13.11.2020
Neu im Sortiment
3,75€ / 100g
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Cashew and walnut bar 40 g - a look behind the scenes

Kalamata olives belong to the Greek Kalomon variety. Kalamata is located on the Greek peninsula of the Peloponnese, in the Messinia region, where, already in...

Cultivation on the Peloponnese peninsula

Kalamata olives belong to the Greek Kalomon variety. Kalamata is located on the Greek peninsula of the Peloponnese, in the Messinia region, where, already in 13 BC, the famous Kalamata olives were grown in numerous fields. Even today, the olive fields decorate the area around the region's capital, whose hilly landscape on the seashore is climatically ideal for growing these juicy black table olives. The fruits of this variety are only called Kalamata olives if they actually come from the region, as it is a protected designation of origin.

Olive trees have shaped the Greek landscape for thousands of years. A member of the genus Oleaceae, this naturally evergreen tree loves the warmth and can...

The olive tree

Olive trees have shaped the Greek landscape for thousands of years. A member of the genus Oleaceae, this naturally evergreen tree loves the warmth and can withstand extended periods of drought. Depending on the variety, olive trees can reach heights of 10 to 20 metres and can live up to 600 years!

In the Mediterranean area alone there are over 1000 different varieties of olive trees, which differ depending on the climate and soil conditions. The colour...

The most famous olives

In the Mediterranean area alone there are over 1000 different varieties of olive trees, which differ depending on the climate and soil conditions. The colour of the olives does not depend on the type of tree: olives are green or black only according to their degree of ripeness, as the flavourful black olives are already ripe when picked, and the milder green olives are harvested not fully ripe. As a rule, however, there are different varieties of olive trees, as some are more suitable for the production of black olives and others for those of green olives.

The olive tree blooms between the end of April and the beginning of July. Its inflorescences can hold up to 40 flowers each, from which the solitary stone...

First the flowers

The olive tree blooms between the end of April and the beginning of July. Its inflorescences can hold up to 40 flowers each, from which the solitary stone fruits, our olives, will develop during the summer months. How fast the ripening process goes depends on the hours of sunshine and the temperature, but also on the tree variety.

As soon as the plant sheds the first seeds, these are collected and carefully selected. By removing the outer skin, the beautiful white-greenish colour of...

Selected and sorted by hand

As soon as the plant sheds the first seeds, these are collected and carefully selected. By removing the outer skin, the beautiful white-greenish colour of the hemp seeds comes to light.

In Greece, harvesting takes place in winter. From October to March our ripe olives are still harvested by hand in the south of the Greek Peloponnese...

In Greece, harvesting takes place in winter. From October to March our ripe olives are still harvested by hand in the south of the Greek Peloponnese peninsula - picked individually or combed from the trees with the help of long sticks. Under the olive trees are placed nets and tarpaulins that catch and collect the falling olives. This harvesting method is traditional of the Messinian region and goes back to ancient Greece.

 the cores should not be removed or damaged under any circumstances, as they preserve the fruit's taste. Finally, the Kalomon olives are soaked in a...

Kalamata olives, like all other types of olives, cannot be eaten raw due to the bitter substances they contain. After the harvest, the olives are therefore first de-bittered in a water bath, then preserved in a brine

the cores should not be removed or damaged under any circumstances, as they preserve the fruit's taste. Finally, the Kalomon olives are soaked in a fresh brine made from sea salt, water and vinegar for a period of up to ten months in order to completely lose their bitterness. The composition of the brine determines the final aroma of the table olives.

Good things are worth waiting for. Once the olives have lost their bitterness and have developed their full aroma, they are poured in our brine-filled jars,...

Good things are worth waiting for. Once the olives have lost their bitterness and have developed their full aroma, they are poured in our brine-filled jars, to which we add absolutely no sugar, artificial colours and preservatives. Last but not least, the finished olives must undergo a strict quality control which ensures that you only get the best and finest Kalamata olives.

Questions about questions Cashew and walnut bar 40 g

Why are these cashew and walnuts bars so special?

Our cashew walnut bars are not only delicious and crunchy, but also vegan, gluten and lactose free, and high-fibre.

How are these bars produced?

To create our fantastic walnut and cashew nutcrackers, we mix together cashew nuts, walnuts, peanuts, almonds and hazelnuts. With the help of agave and rice syrup, a real mush comes out, then pressed into moulds coated with sunflower oil and baked until crispy. Bars are finally cut out of this, packed, and sent to you.

How many calories does one nutcracker bar have?

One of our walnut and cashew bars (40 g) has 238 kcal.

Are these walnut and cashew bars vegan?

Yes, our nutcracker bars are completely plant-based.

How long is the shelf-life of these walnut and cashew bars?

If stored in a dark and cool place, our cashew and walnut bars keep for about 12 months.

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