Almond Nut Butter

Versatile & Nutty

Almonds are incredibly versatile and impart exceptional flavour to almost any dish! Our richly decadent almond nut butters are oh-so-tasty yet packed with healthful nutrients.

Lightly roasted, salted and sweetened with less than a teaspoon of coconut palm sugar, this delightful nut butter is must-have in your pantry.

Pair with Red apple, pear and banana. Use our rich and creamy almond butter for making smoothies, almond milk,  in any of your cooking or baking recipes that call for peanut butter. Almond makes delicious sauce for your steaks, roast chicken and also as salad dressings.

Your culinary concoctions will be so much tastier and healthier, and you won’t have to worry about the aflatoxins and excessive Omega 6 fat found in peanuts. Feasting on almond butter has never been more satisfying!

Nutty Benefits

Almonds are really good for your heart!  Besides providing a hefty dose of heart healthy monounsaturated fats, they are also good sources of supplementary protein. According to several large studies, this wondrous nut actually reduces cardiovascular risk by slashing bad cholesterol. What provides the protective heart benefits is the combination of powerful antioxidant flavonoids concentrated in the almond’s skin.

Almonds are also bursting with Vitamin E, one of your body’s key antioxidants, and minerals like manganese, potassium, riboflavin and copper. The phosphorous in almonds also build strong bones and teeth, which are great for growing children and preventing osteoporosis. One ounce of almonds provides 76 milligrams of calcium, or a whopping six times more than cashews!

Women especially will love this fact: almond-enriched diets help the overweight to shed more pounds and achieve smaller waistlines, less body fat and lower blood pressures.

Now here’s a nut after your own heart.

Almonds…Fit for (Egyption) Kings

Back in ancient Egypt, almonds were a prized ingredient in breads served to the Pharaoh kings. With an amazing ancestry that dates as far back in history as the Bible, almonds have literally come a long way. While their exact origin remains unknown, the earliest varieties were discovered in China and carried down the ancient Silk Road to Greece, Turkey and the Middle East.

Many may not know that they are actually seeds from a medium sized tree that produces flowers and almond fruit. They thrive in Mediterranean-type climate such as California where our almonds are from. California also produces 82% of the world’s almonds, with the rest cultivated in countries that border the Mediterranean Sea including Spain, Italy, Portugal and Morocco.

Cashew Nut Butter

Sweet, Creamy & Milky

Cashews are irresistibly tasty with its distinctive nutty aroma. Our cashew nut butters seal in their delicately sweet, uber creamy and milky flavours.

Savour the buttery treat as a spread on your favourite bread and crackers, or as dipping for celery and carrot sticks. Make cashew-miso sauce and transfrom it into noodle sauce, spring roll dip or salad dressing!

For cooking, this luscious nut butter also adds a rich, delicious flavour to any stir fry or curry. It is great in soups, meat stews and milky desserts.

Or eat it straight from the jar by the spoonful for a delectable treat.

Nutty Benefits

Cashews lower your blood pressure and promote robust health.  It is packed with soluble fibre, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals like manganese, potassium, copper, iron and selenium. They are a great source of protein, containing 5 grams for every ounce or about 28 grams, compared to 6 grams protein in a boiled egg. It also contains magnesium which is protective against high blood pressure and works with calcium to promote strong bones structure.

With one of the highest antioxidant content in nuts, it dramatically decreases the risk of heart disease. Compared to almonds, cashews contain double the amount of zinc, which gives these nuts powerful antibacterial and antifungal properties. It also contains oleic acid which is a similar heart-healthy monounsaturated fat found in olive oil.

Cashews… South American Beauties

Native to Brazil’s Amazon rainforest, cashews are spread all over the world by Portuguese traders in the sixteenth century. First introduced to Mozambique, Africa and then India, it soon takes deep roots in the entire coastal region.

A cashew is actually the edible seed or nut of the domesticated cashew tree and grows out of a strange “apple”.  Cashews are the number one crop in the world after almonds, and flourishes in hot, humid climates like Brazil and Peru.

Hazelnut Nut Butter

Rich, Luxurious, Extremely Fragrant & Elegant

Velvety and creamy, hazelnut butters are a delicious addition to any pantry. Just a spoonful of this all luxurious, natural hazelnut butter will send you to seventh heaven!

Spread it on your favourite bread, banana, waffle, pancakes, drizzle on avocado or ice cream, or makes awesome smoothies!

Nutty Benefits

Hazelnuts are agents of optimal health! They are packed with numerous health promoting phyto-chemicals which give protection from diseases. Their rich supply of phytosterols makes some of nature’s most powerful antioxidants. Excellent sources of vitamin E, hazelnuts help protect your body tissues from the damage of free radicals.

Hazelnuts are also extremely rich in folate, dietary fibre, vitamins and minerals like manganese, potassium, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, zinc, and selenium. Their rich mono-unsaturated fatty acids like oleic and linoleic acid help clean out the plaques from your blood vessels.

Hazelnuts… From Turkey With Love

Like other nuts, hazelnuts have travelled halfway around the world too. They are reputed to be native to Asia Minor, having been cultivated in China for more than 5,000 years. They soon spread to Italy, Spain, France, and Germany via Greece. Our hazelnuts come from Turkey, the largest producer of hazelnuts in the world.

Interestingly, the English named the hazelnuts “filberts” because they are harvested during the celebration of St. Philbert’s Day. Well we know that by any other name, hazelnuts taste just as good!


Hazelnut with Cocoa Nut Butter

Exciting & Cheerful…Food For The Gods!

If you want all the heavenly bliss of chocolaty spread and none of the evils of processed versions loaded with sugar, oils, margarine & trans-fat, look no further! Here we have added pure cocoa to our nutritious hazelnut butter for a really healthy, all natural spread.

Spread it on your favourite bread, banana, Red apple, waffle, pancakes, drizzle on avocado or ice cream, or makes awesome smoothies!

Nutty Benefits

This ingenious combination contains all the benefits of hazelnuts with the added benefits of pure cocoa. Besides adding the irresistible flavour of chocolate, cocoa also brings you added health benefits. It contains potassium, an essential mineral which regulates heartbeat, blood pressure, and sodium levels in your body. You can also find phosphorus, magnesium, and calcium in cocoa, which build bones, tissues and nerves in the body. Cocoa also helps maintain healthy nervous systems, cell membranes, skin and vision through choline, folate, and lutein. Yes, good healthy food can taste just divine!

Macadamia Nut Butter

Mild, Subtle, Creamy & Healthy

Macadamia nut butter makes a delicious spread with its mild, subtle and buttery rich flavours. Makes a healthy and velvety treat straight from the jar too!

We love to slather it on steamed purple Okinawan sweet potato with a touch of sea salt. Try it with banana or your favourite bread with some shavings of dark chocolate!

Nutty Benefits

Macadamia nuts are packed with numerous nutrients, minerals and vitamins that are essential for optimum health. They are known to have higher levels of heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids than any natural, commercially available foods. Excellent source of minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese and zinc, macadamias also contain important antioxidants such as vitamin E and selenium.

Macadamias… G’day Mate!

Native to Australia, aborigines of the land would travel far just to feast on Macadamia seeds in fall and winter. However, its first recorded history is by the royal botanists in 1875, almost a hundred years after the British colonised Australia.

Today they are grown commercially in many countries such as New Zealand, Hawaii, Florida, South Africa, Mexico, Brazil and even Israel.

Pistachio Nut Butter

Exotic & Bold

Pistachio nut butter is so rare that we just have to make our own tasty version! Its nutty fragrance is exotic and bold, and a superb addition to any recipe.

Try it slathered onto roasted pineapple and as a dip for crudités. Spread on your favourite bread and crackers, or bring it to another level by mixing with citrus jams.

Make awesome sauce for baked chicken, roasted pork belly, grilled fish, or omelette!

Nutty Benefits

Pistachios have long been revered as the symbol of wellness since ancient times. They are a special package of fiber and polyphenols with potent prebiotic power which give slightly better benefit than almonds in improving our gut health.

Just a handful of pistachios a day provides enough recommended levels of anti-oxidants, minerals, vitamins and protein. They are also rich in heart-healthy mono-unsaturated fatty acids and a good source of antioxidants like vitamin EWith each spoonful you are taking in important B-complex vitamins suchas riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, vitamin B6 and folate, and minerals like copper, manganese, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc and selenium.

Pistachios… True Royal Snack!

Humans have eaten pistachios for more than 9,000 years, which makes them the original prehistoric snack. According to recent archaeological evidence in Turkey, we started eating them in 7,000 B.C. Native to the Middle East, it is one of the oldest flowering nut trees and one of only two nuts mentioned in the Bible (Genesis 43:11).

Flourishing in hot climates, pistachios spread from the Middle East to the Mediterranean, quickly becoming a treasured delicacy among royalty, travellers and common folk alike. In Persia, pistachio trading and ownership of pistachio groves mean riches and high status. In China, it is known as “the happy fruit” and in Iran, “the smiling fruit”.

A true royal nut, the Queen of Sheba demanded that the entire region’s pistachio harvest be set aside for her. Early gourmands such as Apicius from the first century included pistachios in his classical cookbook. Pistachios were also indispensable to early explorers and traders along the ancient Silk Road thanks to their high nutritional value and long shelf life. Legend has it that pistachios were featured in the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, built in 700 B.C. by King Nebuchadnezzar for his wife Amytis.