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Nussknacker Cashew-Walnuss 12 x 40 g

Cashew and walnut bars 12 x 40 g

£13.50
£2.81 per 100 g

incl. VAT plus shipping

  • High-fibre
  • Gluten-free
  • Lactose-free
  • Vegan
  • The ideal snack for a busy day

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Delivery time: appr. 4-5 work days

Due to technical problems that are causing delays in reconciling the warehouse stocks, the best before date (BBD) may vary. This function is currently in the test phase (beta).
BBD: 15.10.2021

Everything at a glance Cashew and walnut bars 12 x 40 g

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

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_016
Origin Germany
Content 480 g
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654785678
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 Bars with cashews, walnuts, peanuts, almonds and hazelnuts
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The KoRo price chart Cashew and walnut bars 12 x 40 g

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18.11.2020
Wettbewerb/Markt
2,60€ / 100g

+8,08%
2,81€ / 100g
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13.11.2020
Neu im Sortiment
2,60€ / 100g
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Cashew and walnut bars 12 x 40 g - a look behind the scenes

Pecans originally come from the USA, where they are very popular, so much that the pecan tree is Texas official national tree. However, the cultivation of...

Born in the USA

Pecans originally come from the USA, where they are very popular, so much that the pecan tree is Texas official national tree. However, the cultivation of pecans is also possible outside of the American hemispheres, as all they need is sun and a warm climate.

Pecan trees need to be at least ten meters away from other trees, because their big roots go very deep. The tree belongs to the walnut family, and the...

A relative of walnuts

Pecan trees need to be at least ten meters away from other trees, because their big roots go very deep. The tree belongs to the walnut family, and the similarity is such, that pecans are also called American walnuts.

Farmers have to wait around five to eight years before being able to harvest the first nuts, which are, however, definitely worth the wait. Moreover, pecan...

The first nuts can be harvested after several years

Farmers have to wait around five to eight years before being able to harvest the first nuts, which are, however, definitely worth the wait. Moreover, pecan trees often live for several thousand years, and keep on rewarding their owners - or rather their great-great-great-great-grandchildren - with their delicious fruits.

How do you know when the pecans are ready to be harvested? The shell practically opens by itself and the nuts fall easily to the ground. This is why pecans...

Shaken, not picked

How do you know when the pecans are ready to be harvested? The shell practically opens by itself and the nuts fall easily to the ground. This is why pecans are not picked by hand, which would be hard anyway, as the trees grow up to 35 m, but simply shaken off the tree.

Once harvested, the nuts have to be peeled and sorted. Broken and whole kernels are divided, as the former ones are further processed, they are turned into...

Selected and processed

Once harvested, the nuts have to be peeled and sorted. Broken and whole kernels are divided, as the former ones are further processed, they are turned into pecan butter, for example, and the latter ones are sold for a higher price. For a delicious pecan-based snack, try our caramelised pecans!

Questions about questions Cashew and walnut bars 12 x 40 g

How long is the shelf life of these nutcracker bars?

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

Do these cashew and walnut bars contain gluten?

Our nutcracker bars contain less than 20 ppm of gluten, are therefore practically gluten-free and can be eaten also by those of you who suffer from celiac disease.

Are these cashew and walnut bars gluten-free?

Our nutcracker bars contain less than 20 ppm of gluten, are therefore practically gluten-free and can be eaten also by those of you who suffer from celiac disease.

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