Nuts (tree nuts and peanuts) are nutrient dense foods with complex matrices rich in unsaturated fatty and other bioactive compounds: high-quality vegetable protein, fiber, minerals, tocopherols, phytosterols, and phenolic compounds. By virtue of their unique composition, nuts are likely to beneficially impact health outcomes. By definition, tree nuts are dry fruits with one seed in which the ovary wall becomes hard at maturity. The most popular edible tree nuts are almonds (Prunus amigdalis), hazelnuts (Corylus avellana), walnuts (Juglans regia), and pistachios (Pistachia vera). Other common edible nuts are pine nuts (Pinus pinea), cashews (Anacardium occidentale), pecans (Carya illinoiensis), macadamias (Macadamia integrifolia), and Brazil nuts (Bertholletia excelsa). The consumer definition also includes peanuts (Arachis hypogea), which botanically are groundnuts or legumes but are widely identified as part of the nuts food group.

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Raw Almonds
Whole Blanched Almonds
Slivered Almonds
Sliced Almonds
Ground Almonds
Roasted Almonds no salt
Roasted Almonds salted
Hickory Smoked Almonds
Tamari Almonds
Almond Butter
Almond Paste
Raw Brazil Nuts
Raw Cashews Whole
Raw Cashew Pieces
Roasted Jumbo Cashews no salt
Roasted Jumbo Cashews salted
Roasted Cashew Pieces no salt
Roasted Cashew Pieces salted
Filberts (Hazelnuts)
Ground Filberts
Raw Macadamia Nuts
Deluxe Mixed Nuts no salt
Deluxe Mixed Nuts salted
Mixed Nuts with Peanuts no salt
Mixed Nuts with Peanuts salted
Peanuts in Shell
Roasted Peanuts no salt
Roasted Peanuts salted
Roasted Redskin Peanuts no salt
Roasted Redskin Peanuts salted
BBQ Peanuts
Beer Nuts
Honey Peanuts
Honey Flax Peanuts
Wasabi Peanuts
Natural Crunchy Peanut Butter
Natural Smooth Peanut Butter
Pecan Halves
Pecan Pieces
Pecans Ground
Pine Nuts
Roasted Pistachios in Shell
Pistachios Shelled
Walnut Halves
Walnut Pieces
Walnut Crumbs