Organic Wild Brazil Nuts

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Premium organic Brazil nuts sourced from the Bolivian rainforestHand-cracked and gently processed to capture natural flavour and nutritionSustainably grown using wild-harvesting to protect the natural worldGreat source of vitamins A and E, and a fantastic source of seleniumPerfect for snacking, adding to muesli, making butter or grated in desserts.
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Average Nutritional ValuesPer 100g
Energy2829kJ / 686kcal
of which Saturates17g
of which Sugars1,4g
Vitamin E7.6mg

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Native to the Amazon rainforest, Brazil nuts are commonly enjoyed for their buttery texture and nutty flavour and are one of the world’s most distinctive nuts in terms of flavour and appearance, as well as being impressively large.

We source our premium Brazil nuts from the Amazon rainforest. From Bolivia. You can call them “Bolivia nuts” if you prefer, but no one will know what you’re talking about, so we can’t recommend it.

The Captivating Process of Growing and Harvesting

In the rainy season, ripe pods fall from the trees before being hand-cracked with machetes to reveal the nuts within. We work closely with local cooperatives to preserve the rainforest by encouraging sustainable farming practices. Paying a fair price for premium Brazil nuts helps incentivise keeping the trees alive and well, preserving the rainforest from deforestation for agriculture.

Our modern facilities use a combination of eco-friendly pressure treatment and cutting-edge spectroscopy to check, clean, and select our products, guaranteeing premium quality in every pack. The whole process is done without the use of harmful artificial processing methods, for sustainable snacking that's Right by Nature.

Brazil nuts are a great source of vitamin A, vitamin E, and selenium, as well as natural, healthy fats and protein. Science has shown the incredible health benefits of vitamin E and selenium, including their ability to protect cells from oxidative stress - an imbalance of antioxidants and free radicals in the body. Brazil nuts are rich in nutrients that support healthy body function.

Natural, hand-cracked and of raw-food quality, Brazil nuts are ideal for snacking, adding crunch to muesli, or making delicious butter. They’re also easy to grate and slice and can be a great addition to cakes, pastries and other desserts.


Yes, Brazil nuts are good for you and offer several health benefits. They are a rich source of selenium, a mineral essential for various bodily functions, including immune support and antioxidant defense. Brazil nuts also provide healthy fats, protein, and other essential nutrients, making them a nutritious addition to your diet.

It's recommended to consume Brazil nuts in moderation due to their high selenium content. Eating one to two Brazil nuts per day can provide your daily selenium requirement. Excessive selenium intake can have adverse effects, so it's important not to overindulge.

Brazil nuts come from the Brazil nut tree (Bertholletia excelsa), which is native to the Amazon rainforest in South America. The tree produces large, hard-shelled fruits that contain the edible seeds, known as Brazil nuts.

Brazil nuts are good for various aspects of health. They are an excellent source of selenium, which plays a role in immune function, DNA synthesis, and antioxidant protection. Selenium also supports thyroid health. Additionally, Brazil nuts provide healthy fats, protein, and dietary fiber, contributing to overall well-being.

Brazil nuts contain magnesium, which is a mineral that may support sleep by promoting relaxation and reducing stress. While they may be part of a diet that promotes good sleep, the effects of Brazil nuts on sleep can vary from person to person. A balanced diet, regular exercise, and a healthy sleep routine are essential factors for quality sleep.

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