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“KITCHEN GOURMET” - Wellnut Farms: All Things Walnuts

Mar 15, 2019
Wellnut Farms is committed to providing the absolute best quality walnut butter products while doing everything possible to treat our earth with care. Sustainable farming practices are paramount to its operation with focus on soil health, minimal water use, decreased pollution, employee wellbeing, and environmentally friendly.

Wellnut Farms has quite a robust history, with four generations of farmers, two family farms and lots of walnuts! Fifty years ago, the owners’ grandparents planted their first walnut trees in sunny, bountiful northern California. Five decades later, they are still passionate about all things walnuts. Walnuts are nutritious little nuts and contain vitamins and minerals. But unlike other nuts, walnuts are also a good source of plant-based ALA omega-3 fatty acid, which has health supporting benefits. One can only imagine the delight when they discovered two favorite things coming together – walnuts and indulgence.

Each of the three delightfully wholesome Wellnut Farms vegan walnut butters, Original, Maple, and Salted Caramel, feature sustainably sourced palm oil and no artificial flavors.

The Original walnut butter offers the nutty flavor of walnuts without any of the bitterness. Maple lovers can unite with the perfect Maple flavor paired with the creamy nature of walnuts. Finally, the Salted Caramel flavor is like dessert in a jar. A pinch of salt and the joy of caramel make this an all-time favorite.

For more information on Wellnut Farms please visit www.WellnutFarms.com.


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