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Natural nuts 35 Article

Organic pine nuts 500g

Content: 0.5 kg (€38.00 / 1 kg)

€19.00 €38.00 per 1 kg
Macadamia nuts, wholes and halves 500g

Content: 0.5 kg (€32.00 / 1 kg)

€16.00 €32.00 per 1 kg
Organic pine nuts 100g

Content: 0.1 kg (€70.00 / 1 kg)

€7.00 €70.00 per 1 kg
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Pistachios with skin 200g

Content: 0.2 kg (€48.75 / 1 kg)

€9.75 €48.75 per 1 kg
Premium cashews 200g

Content: 0.2 kg (€30.00 / 1 kg)

€6.00 €30.00 per 1 kg
Premium almonds 200g

Content: 0.2 kg (€26.25 / 1 kg)

€5.25 €26.25 per 1 kg
Oil-free-roasted peanuts, unsalted 15kg
Quantity: 15 kg

Content: 15 kg (€6.13 / 1 kg)

€92.00 €6.13 per 1 kg
Pecan nuts 200g

Content: 0.2 kg (€37.50 / 1 kg)

€7.50 €37.50 per 1 kg
Extra green pistachios 500g

Content: 0.5 kg (€69.00 / 1 kg)

€34.50 €69.00 per 1 kg
Organic macadamia nuts 500g

Content: 0.5 kg (€37.00 / 1 kg)

€18.50 €37.00 per 1 kg
Macadamia nuts 500g

Content: 0.5 kg (€34.00 / 1 kg)

€17.00 €34.00 per 1 kg
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Organic Brazil nuts 200g

Content: 0.2 kg (€27.50 / 1 kg)

€5.50 €27.50 per 1 kg
Large and extra light walnuts 200g

Content: 0.2 kg (€32.50 / 1 kg)

€6.50 €32.50 per 1 kg
Macadamia nuts 200g

Content: 0.2 kg (€40.00 / 1 kg)

€8.00 €40.00 per 1 kg

Buy natural nuts

We like it natural! That's why we have a fine selection of untreated nuts for you in our assortment, which should bring you closer to the versatile taste of the different kernels and seeds. We have gently roasted a few varieties, but the majority are completely untreated.

Our nutty bestsellers include:

You will find many more types of untreated nuts in our shop.

Organic nuts in value packs

KoRo means value packs, great quality and fair prices. Thats why you can find both regular and organic products in our store. Our organic nut range includes, among several others, organic almonds, organic pine nuts as well as organic macadamia nuts. And so you can enjoy them for particularly long, you can always order our organic nuts in value trays.

Nuts and nutrition

Our untreated nuts are particularly valuable for a vegan and vegetarian diet, as they can often serve as a source of vegetable protein and/or fibre. Our almonds, for example, are a great source of both protein and fibre. Our hazelnuts and pistachios also have a high fibre content. Nuts generally have a comparatively high energy density, but this only means that they provide you with energy for a longer period of time.

Buy (organic) nuts online

Thanks to our practical bulk packs and the long shelf life of our nuts, you can enjoy them for a long time and save money as well as a lot of packaging waste. In our large nut selection, it is not only untreated peanuts, organic walnuts and more natural nuts which are sold in large packs, but also spiced nuts, fine nut flours, special nut mixes, sweet chocolate covered nuts, aromatic seeds and – last, but not least – our legendary nut butters

All your questions about KoRo's natural nuts

We would like to give you all the information you need about our natural nuts. If you have any questions about a specific product, please check the product specification. If you don't find what you are looking for, please contact us by email or on social media and we will clarify all your questions.

Are nuts vegan?

Of coursethey are! Natural nuts are perfectly suitable for a vegan diet. You will find a huge selection of vegan products in our shop. Only a few of our chocolate covered nuts, such as the caramel and chocolate covered almonds, are not vegan.

Are nuts healthy?

Healthy and unhealthy are primarily determined by a balanced and varied diet and physical exercise. Nuts often have a significant amount of protein and fibre to offer. Our premium cashews are a great source of plant-based protein and fibre.

How can I use natural nuts?

Natural nuts are not only true all-rounders in the snack game, but also have a lot to offer in the kitchen, as they are ideal as a crunchy topping for sweet and savoury dishes. Walnuts, for example, add a fine note to your next salad, cashews lend your curry that extra crunch and macadamia take your fruity breakfast bowl to the next level. You can make your own pesto with our incredible pine nuts – and you can also use all types of nuts to decorate and add flavour to your cakes and other baked goods. There is not really a way in which you can go wrong with our nuts, for more ideas have a look at the recipes in our Food Journal.

Can I eat nuts during my pregnancy?

Yes, you can safely eat up to a handful of natural nuts a day during pregnancy. It is best to alternate between different types. However, you should be a little more careful with spiced nuts during pregnancy, so be sure to talk to your doctor about this.