£3£2 per 100g
|per small handful (25g)
|of which saturates
|of which sugars
|Vitamin E mg (NRV%)
|Selenium µg (NRV%)
|NRV = Nutrient Reference Value
Not suitable for Nut, Peanut and Sesame allergy sufferers due to manufacturing methods.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (11)
something\x27s gone wrong
Have bought these many times, but recently I've had separate batches that had almonds, hazelnuts, cashews and something like cobnuts in them, not just Brazil nuts. If I want mixed nuts, I will buy mixed nuts.
Definitely more miss than hit
I know that brazil nuts can have the odd 'bad egg' amongst the good. However, I have bought these several times now (giving them the benefit of the doubt) but will not be buying them again. They are consistently poor quality with many tasting very unpleasant, and others being soft and/or musty, even though they are well within their date.
I enjoyed these. I was after some plain brazil nuts. I have only had a couple of packs do far, so I can't comment on the variability that someone mentioned. Mine have been fine. Certainly less skin than some brands. My choice for nuts is generally on price though, so unless a brand is not nice I would go for the cheapest at the time. I would not hesitate to buy these if the price was right.
Fresh and crunchy
Love these nuts there's no chippy bits in them just whole good sized equality creamy nuts that are really fresh. Slightly more expensive than they need be, but still a good quality product
Hit and miss
Sometimes great and sometimes not so good at all.
Hard and Taste Old
Maybe Ive been spoilt by the cheaper Ocado Brazil nuts. By comparison these are hard and taste old, and some of the nuts taste bad/unpleasant. I wouldnt buy these again or recommend them.