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Waitrose Duchy Organic Walnuts 150g


£1.90 per 100g

Product information

Organic walnuts
Wholesome nuts, delicious as a snack, with cereal or sprinkled over salads
Organic, Rich in fibre, Grown without reliance on artificial chemicals and fertilisers
Country of Origin
Moldova (Republic Of)

OrganicOrganicSuitable for vegetariansSuitable for vegetarians

Typical ValuesAs Sold Per 100gAs Sold Per 25g Serving
Energy kJ2844711
Energy kcal689172
Fat 65.2g16.3g
of which saturates 6.1g1.5g
Carbohydrates 7.0g1.8g
of which sugars 2.6g0.7g
Fibre 6.7g1.7g
Protein 15.2g3.8g
Salt trace0.00g
Manganese 3.4mg (171% of NRV)0.9mg (43% of NRV)
This pack contains 6 servings
Allergen Information
Contains Nuts, May Contain Peanuts, May Contain Sesame
Allergy Information
Contains Nuts
May also contain other Nuts, Peanuts and Sesame
Dietary Information


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31 August 2019 by 
Great Value

I soak these to get rid of the anti-nutrients and then dehydrate them and they taste delicious!

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02 October 2018 by 

Old and rancid, cannot consume them. It's almost impossible to find fresh walnuts these days.

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06 September 2016 by 

tastes foul

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31 August 2016 by 
dry and bitter

these are ok for mixing in recipes where the edge can be taken off but at a premium price I expect them to taste much nicer. They are bitter and leave a nasty taste - not one for nibbling or being the signiture topping on that walnut cake

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25 January 2016 by 
packed in Italy grown where?

Why don't any of the ocado nuts say where they're grown? Presumably if it was somewhere good they would want to advertise it?

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23 January 2016 by 
where do they come from?

We need to know the origin of these nuts. There is no point in selling Organic nuts at premium price if then they are sourced from China, for example. Why is there no country of origin? I will not buy again.

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