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Walnusskerne groß & extra hell | 1 kg
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Walnut kernels large & extra light 1 kg

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  • Halved, light and fully ripe walnut kernels
  • Large & extra light
  • Gently cracked by hand
  • Sweet buttery flavour
  • Ideal for baking, cooking and as a snack

Quantity: 1 piece

Walnut kernels large & extra light 1 kg

1 piece

£17.50
per piece
Walnut kernels large & extra light 10 x 1 kg

10 piece

£16.10
per piece

Quality: Kernels

Walnut kernels large & extra light 1 kg

Kernels

£17.50
per kg
Organic walnuts | 1 kg

Organic broken

£11.50
per kg
Walnut kernels | 1 kg

Broken

£10.00
per kg
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Everything at a glance Walnut kernels large & extra light 1 kg

Rough and hard on the outside but soft on the inside - don't worry, we are not describing you, even if this sounds familiar. We are talking about the walnut: the soft, buttery nut is hidden underneath a hard and round shell. For real nut lovers, there is no way around the walnut. You can get them from us in a convenient 1 kg value pack, so that you never have to look further than your pantry when you want to have a few walnuts in the evening. "Extra light halves” variety walnuts The walnut is not the only one with a soft core. At KoRo, we may appear to be the bad boys revolutionising the food industry (which we are), but we don't have a hard shell around us, we are a different type of online shop. If you know us, you have noticed by now that we only offer the best of the best products - that's what we want to do for our beloved customer family. That's why our walnuts are gently cracked by hand. That way, there is fewer breakage on the kernels and the walnuts stay fresh for a longer t
Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 2929 / 700
Fat 67 g
   of which Saturates 6,8 g
Carbohydrate 8,5 g
   of which Sugars 5,3 g
Fibre 4,8 g
Protein 16 g
Salt 0 g

Order number WALNU_001
Origin Chile
Content 1 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260335831854
Data sheet Due to technical reasons, data could differ. In case you have specific questions, you can contact our customer support team. Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store cool and dry and protected from heat
Ingredients 100% WALNUTS
Cross-contamination Cross-contamination is the unwanted transfer of contamination from a product to another. This can occur when residues of other food are present in the production plant, for example. This notice is mainly directed at allergy sufferers. According to consumer associations, foods that are unintentionally cross-contaminated with animal products are still considered vegan. May contain traces of GLUTEN, SOYA, NUTS, ALMONDS, PEANUTS, MILK (LACTOSE), SESAME and SULPHUR DIOXIDE (SULPHITES).
Sales name Walnut kernels large and extra light
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The KoRo price chart Walnut kernels large & extra light 1 kg

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01.02.2021
Calculation: Cross-range adjustment based on new price calculation
2,10€/ 100g

-7,14%
1,95€ / 100g
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18.03.2020
Corona-crisis: Change in suppliers, resulting in a price increase
1,80€/ 100g

+16,67%
2,10€ / 100g
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13.02.2020
Competition: Cross-range price adjustment to increase competitiveness
2,00€/ 100g

-10,00%
1,80€ / 100g
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02.08.2019
Market: Monthly market adjustment - August
2,70€/ 100g

-25,93%
2,00€ / 100g
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27.03.2019
Environmental project: Price adjustment for investments in our CO2 project and product development
2,59€/ 100g

+4,25%
2,70€ / 100g
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15.06.2018
Portfolio expansion: Internal price increase due to a portfolio expansion aimed at improving your shopping experience
2,49€/ 100g

+4,02%
2,59€ / 100g
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03.03.2018
Market: Market-related price adjustment
2,99€/ 100g

-16,72%
2,49€ / 100g
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06.01.2018
Product size: Change to 1000g
3,18€/ 100g

-5,97%
2,99€ / 100g
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01.01.2015
Quality: Increase in quality due to switch to Chilean Extra Light Halves
2,58€/ 100g

+23,26%
3,18€ / 100g
⭐️
01.01.2014
New In stock
2,58€ / 100g
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Walnut kernels large & extra light 1 kg - a look behind the scenes

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Extra light halves

If you know, you know. Unsere großen und extra hellen Walnusskerne sind der Sorte „extra light halves” zuzuordnen. Das bedeutet, dass sie besonders groß und hell sind, woraus sich wiederum folgern lässt, dass sie nur ganz wenige, bis keine, Bitterstoffe enthalten. Sie werden also nur noch aussortiert, eingetütet und ab geht’s in unser Lager, wo sie sehnsüchtig auf Deine Bestellung warten.

Questions about questions Walnut kernels large & extra light 1 kg

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Where can I store Walnuts, so they stay fresh longer?

Because Walnuts are quite fatty, they need to be stored in an airtight container to keep them from drying out. Otherwise they will hold their beautiful taste longer, of you put them somewhere dark and dry. 


Are walnuts actually good for the heart and the circulatory system?

Walnuts help improve the elasticity of blood vessels. The effect starts with a daily assumption of 30 g nuts.

How much Omega 3 do walnuts contain?

30 g walnuts contain 2,7 g of the essential Omega 3 fatty acid alpha-linolenic, which isn't produced in our body but needs to be obtained through food consumption. This already is twice the daily requirement of Omega 3 fatty acids, which contribute in maintaining a normal cholesterol level. Walnuts are a true superfood.

How many calories do 30 g walnuts have?

A handful of walnuts (approx. 30 g) contain on average 200 kcal.

Do walnuts contain histamine?

Unfortunately they do. With a histamine intolerance you shouldn’t eat walnuts. If you however can’t do without nuts in our online shop you can get histamine-low Brazil nuts alternatively.

Can diabetics eat walnuts?

If you are diabetic you can safely eat walnuts but only in moderation. Walnut kernels have many calories and may - consumed in large quantities - lead to weight gain. The good thing about walnuts for diabetics is however that they have positive impacts on the function of the blood vessels.

Can I eat walnuts during pregnancy?

A regular consumption of walnuts during pregnancy can keep your lipid profile stable, as it is regulates the high blood pressure and the cholesterol level. However you should try to not overdo it as excessive consumption may produce laxative effects.

How to toast walnuts the best way?

You can easily toast your walnuts in a pan without any oil from both sides until golden and giving off a light fragrance. You might as well toast them perfectly also in the oven.

Can dogs eat walnuts?

Walnuts don’t have any nutritional value for dogs. Especially unripe and fresh walnuts as well as their shell may be affected with a fungus, which may be toxic to dogs. Outdoors you should thus make sure that your dog doesn’t find any walnuts. Even if our walnuts are definitely not affected by any funghi and shelled, according to proper animal nutrition we do not recommend to feed your dog walnuts.

What is so special about KoRo's large & extra light walnuts?

Well, the special thing is already written in the title of our walnuts: they belong to the "extra light halves" variety, which means that only the large and extra light walnut kernels make it into our bags. The colour of the walnut kernels can provide information about their taste: The lighter, the less bitterness they contain. Our "extra light" walnuts are therefore irresistibly sweet, nutty and buttery in taste. Their pristine appearance makes them ideal for decorating any creation, but of course they can also be integrated very well into the dishes themselves. With walnuts in your pantry, you are always on the safe side. You think you have nothing at home? Take another look in your pantry and poof - you can make a delicious pesto with our walnuts, a little basil, olive oil and garlic.

How can I prepare the walnut kernels?

Are you interested in baking and cooking with walnut kernels? Then take a look at ourFood-Journal. Here we show you the countless recipe possibilities. Walnut kernels can be used pure in cakes and pastries, roasted for savoury dishes, or caramelised. To caramelise the walnuts, simply add a little water with half the Zucker (50 g sugar per 100 g water) to a pan and bring the mixture to the boil over a medium heat. As soon as the sugar dissolves and turns brown, add the walnut kernels. Stir until the sugar coats them completely. The, simply place on the baking paper and leave to cool. The caramelised walnuts can now enhance your desserts, salads or cheese platters. Let us know how you use the caramelised nuts with a picture on Instagram @koro.de.

How many calories do 100 g of walnut kernels have?

100 g of our delicious walnut kernels have 700 kcal. You can find the exact nutritional values of our walnuts next to the product description and on the product packaging.

Are walnuts healthy?

Above all, a balanced and wholesome diet is healthy. Walnuts are one thing above all - delicious. One thing is certain: your taste buds will be so enchanted by the sweet, buttery aroma that you won't have to miss any sweets or crisps.

Can walnuts be poisonous?

First of all, commercial walnuts are not poisonous to humans. However, there is some truth to this rumour. Like many things that grow in nature, you should not eat walnuts when they are unripe. But it is even worse to eat walnuts with black spots on the shell. This indicates that the nuts have been attacked by a poisonous fungus. This can also happen if the nuts are stored at home. Therefore, remember: never eat walnuts with black spots on the shell. But you don't have to worry about our walnuts. They are carefully selected and cracked by hand - we don't put any poisonous nuts in our bags.

Are the walnuts vegan?

Of course - apart from the nuts, we don't put anything in the bag. So your walnut kernels are vegan. 100% natural.

Can I freeze the walnuts?

Yes, that is indeed possible. If, for reasons we can't explain, you can't use up your pack of walnuts so quickly, freezing the nuts is possible and also makes sense. The most practical way is to weigh them directly and freeze them in standard portions, such as 100 g or 200 g in freezer bags. This way you don't have to weigh them when you defrost them and you can put 100 g of walnuts directly into your baking bowl.

How do I store the walnuts?

You should store the walnuts in a cool, dry place and protect them from heat. Ideally, you should store them in an airtight jar, such as our Ball Mason Jars.

Can I pickle the walnuts?

Unfortunately, this doesn't make much sense with our walnut kernels. Normally, the well-known "black nuts" are made with the freshly harvested, green walnut fruits. In this process, the walnuts are pickled together with their shells. Our walnuts have already had the shell removed and are also fully ripe.

Do the walnuts contain gluten?

Walnuts are naturally gluten-free. However, cross-contamination with gluten can occur during the packaging process, as our packaging company also processes foods containing gluten. For this reason, we do not describe our walnuts as gluten-free.

Can I eat walnuts during pregnancy?

Of course you can! - Walnuts can also contribute to a balanced diet during pregnancy. Of course, only if you do not suffer from a walnut allergy. If you have any concerns, it is best to talk to your doctor.

Can my dog eat walnuts?

No, theoretically you can give your dog walnuts - but this should be done with caution. If you collect walnuts from the wild, you have to be very careful. They can be infected with a fungus and be poisonous for your dog. Even ripe walnuts without shells, like ours, should only be given to your dog in very small quantities. So you are on the safe side if you do not give your dog any walnuts. However, if you are looking for a "real" food for your four-legged friend, take a look at our dog food selection.

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A happy customer says

C
20 Feb 2021
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Just buy and be convinced?

Just as good quality as the more expensive products in the supermarket. The walnuts taste really good to me! They are tightly packed and the shipping was also really fast. Super price / performance! I can only recommend! I will always buy my nuts here now.

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A critical customer says

A
27 Mar 2021

They used to be better

I have to say, the first time I ordered these walnuts, we were all blown away by how delicious and sweet they were. The last time, however, they had a bitter taste and I haven't dared order them since. Bummer.

R
28 Mar 2021

Same here! 1 kilo kinda rancid

All the reviews "Walnut kernels large & extra light 1 kg"

J
16 Apr 2021
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the walnut kernels we have for the repeated time

the walnut kernels we have ordered for the second time, very fine taste, the quality is right !

A
15 Apr 2021
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Perfect use in the kitchen area and great as decoration

The processing is very good. There are hardly any broken pieces. The walnuts are, as described, large and bright.
I would have liked a little more tart flavor. The price-performance ratio is okay . As an offer in the organic sector, they come but already very close.

A
15 Apr 2021
verified purchase

Crisp and very good

The cores look very fresh, very high quality

F
13 Apr 2021
verified purchase

Also very good price-performance ratio! Significantly better quality

Also very good value for money! Significantly better quality than products from the supermarket

J
12 Apr 2021
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Super quality compared to other walnuts.

Super quality compared to other walnuts. Fresh and delicious. In bread or muesli or yogurt.

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