As consumer eating and consumption patterns evolve, there is a distinct move towards adoption of healthier ingredients and alternatives. Nut butters, made from a variety of nuts, are packed with the goodness of proteins, fiber, vitamins, and heart-healthy unsaturated fats. Their compelling benefits have made them a popular addition to the balanced meal. Across the world, nut butters are finding their place in multiple applications, from main courses to accompaniments and beverages.
What are Nut
Nut butter is a byproduct of nuts – a paste you get after crushing nuts. All types of nuts can become nut butter - the result is almost similar - a coarsy and/or smooth, spreadable paste with an oily texture and a nutty flavor. No other i
There are numerous nutrition facts, ingredients lists, recipes and tall dietary claims printed on food packages. Pre-printed “organic” labels appear to be another piece of information to decipher while shopping for packaged foods. This blog helps understand what “organic” really means and can help almond buyers make informed choices.
Organic foods that are USDA certified are grown and processed according to the federal guidelines addressing many factors such as soil quality, animal raising practices, pest & weed control, and usage of various additives. Organic producers rely on natural substances and physical, mechanical, or biologically based farming methods to the fullest extent possible.