Hello Nutty Professor! If you are berry nuts about nuts like us, you will definitely like these nutty snacks. They are made of the most popular cashew nuts and almonds, and of course, we need to top it up with some juicy berries!
The mulberries, raisins and cranberries are a good combination with the nut as they quench some thirst and are sweet compared to the raw nuts. Preservatives are needed only in this case to preserve the natural sweetness for a longer time.
Rich source of Vitamin E, Manganese, Vitamin B2, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Zinc, Iron*
*Rich source is defined as more than 50% of daily allowance in 120g as specified by AVA. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that protects body from toxins. Manganese boosts bone structure and metabolic activity. Vitamin B2 is involved in energy metabolism. Magnesium is needed to have higher energy level and muscle functions. Phosphorus is necessary for higher energy level and stronger bones and teeth. Zinc maintains your bones, hair, vision and cognitive functions. Iron is vital to keep hair, skin and nails healthy and reduce fatigue. Nutrition content taken from USDA Food Composition Databases.