IMAGE 1- Almonds
Calcium-rich California grown almonds are a good choice to ensure you’re getting enough of this bone-building mineral.
Almonds are also high in vitamin E and heart-protecting compounds called flavonoids.
/ IMAGE 2- Peanuts
These filing legumes offer an array of nutrients and are grown in the USA.
/ IMAGE 3- Pecans
USA & Mexico grown these are a great source of vitamin B3, pecans are the perfect option if you’re fighting fatigue because this vitamin helps us access the energy in our food.
/ IMAGE 4- Walnuts
Not a friend of fish, try our California grown walnuts instead, rich in omega-3 they make a great alternative.
They’re also a good source of mono-unsaturated, heart-friendly fats and contain a superior antioxidant content!
/ IMAGE 5- Cashews
A useful source of minerals like iron and zinc, cashews make an excellent choice for vegetarians.
Sourced from mineral rich countries like India, Vietnam and South Africa.
/ IMAGE 6- Other Nuts
All nuts have different nutrition credentials and offer various health benefits so we offer a wide variety from raw to roasted. One of mother nature’s wonderful gifts!
/ IMAGE 7- Pistachios
Especially rich in vitamin B6, and the only nut to contain reasonable levels of lutein and zeaxanthin, two antioxidants that play an important role in protecting the eyes.
/ IMAGE 8- Mixes
Hand blended, responsibly sourced energy dense nuts, seeds, grains, dried fruits and an occasional sweet.
You can mix and match your own ingredients to come up with your own that’s perfect for the trail.
The combinations are endless!