Nuts are a great source of essential nutrients, dietary fibre and minerals such as calcium, iron, zinc and magnesium.
A small handful of nuts can provide much needed health benefits and can actually aid in weight loss.
Roasted? Salted? Raw?
Raw nuts are always best, just like fruits and vegetables, keeping foods in their natural state do hold more nutrients for the body.
Nuts contain health-promoting monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats and can help regulate cholesterol.
The perfect place for all your nutty-needs is at a variety-packed John’s Nuts kiosk at your local shopping centre.
John’s Nuts stock everything. No, I’m not even exaggerating. For the sweet tooth- we all have one, or ten- there’s Turkish Delights, Chocolate Covered Sultanas, Nougat, Baklava and Chocolate Covered Raspberries.
If it’s just a snack you’re after or nibbles needed for your next party there’s plenty to choose from at John’s. What about some delicious soy crisps (get the honey soy!!), nut bars, salted nut mixes or even cheesy flavoured cashews?
The dried fruit range is diverse with paw paw, pineapple, dates, prunes, figs, mixed lots and sultanas.
My favourite range is the plain nuts. Although it’s not easy to decide what to fill your bag with; almonds, pistachios, walnuts, cashews, brazil nuts, hazelnuts and macadamias. I spent a while trying to decide what I wanted to take home, and what was most likely to actually make it home! There’s a few mixed types to choose from too, including chocolate and nut mixes.
The prices are good value at John’s Nuts and it’s possible to choose a range of goodies without feeling you’ve over-spent. I walked away with, medjool dates, macadamias, raw cashews, vanilla bean cashews, honey soy crisps & healthy nut bars.
You will be impressed by the customer service at John’s Nuts too. The staff are friendly, talkative and great with recommendations. Special mention to Paul at Waverley Gardens, fresh faced and genuine with his customers. It’s down to earth service that’s rare to see.