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Organic Brazil nuts 1 kg


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  • Whole Brazil nuts
  • Source of fibre (4.3 g/100 g)
  • Great as a muesli or baking ingredient
  • Crunchy
  • From organic farming
Quality: Organic Brazil nuts 1 kg

Available, delivery time 6-7 days

BBD: 30.09.2023

Buy now: Organic Brazil nuts 1 kg

The Brazil nut is also called the "Para nut" because it was originally exported to Europe from the Brazilian state of Pará. Rest assured, the beloved nuts have nothing paranormal about them. The only unusual aspect is how incredibly tasty they are! The seeds of the Brazil nut tree are delicious in cakes, bread, energy balls, muesli as well as porridge and are equally tasty in savoury dishes, for example, they can make a fine sauce for pasta! Take your taste buds to Brazil and order a 1 kg value pack of Brazil nuts now!

The history of the Brazil nut

The Brazil nut comes, as the name indicates, primarily from Brazil. It grows in the Amazon rainforest and is one of the oldest trees that grows in the region. Beginning in the 17th century, it was brought to Europe. 

Brazil nuts: growth and harvest

The Brazil nut bears capsule fruits similar to coconuts which fall to the ground once ripe. Now you can do the maths: each capsule contains about 20 Brazil nuts and each tree forms around 400 capsules per season, so how many Brazil nuts per tree do we get? Correct! Around 8000 nuts per tree! Although the Brazil nut was for a long time grown mainly in Brazil, Bolivia has also become a big producer.

Brazil nuts: recipes

Our Brazil nuts come to you ready to eat, so you can snack away as soon as you get the pack. Just open the bag and enjoy! You can also bake biscuits with them, make sauces or refine your banana bread. Breads, porridges, salads or home made trail mix also have only to gain from adding Brazil nuts. 

Buy KoRo's organic Brazil nuts

Cracking open Brazil nuts is not just difficult, but also needless: we deliver you 1 kg of pre cracked nut power for you to enjoy. All you need to do is order the value pack from us. Since it can be difficult to choose among all the treats in our nut world, we can recommend starting with our organic Brazil nuts. Order them online now!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Calorific value (in kj/kcal) 2888 / 700
Fat 67 g
thereof saturated fatty acids 16 g
Carbohydrates 4 g
thereof sugar 2 g
Dietary fiber 6 g
Protein 17 g
Salt 0 g
Product number: PARA_002
Origin Bolivia (Plurinational State of), Brazil, Peru
Content 1 kg
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4260718297659
Data sheet Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
Storage Advice Keep in a cool and dry place.
Ingredients 100% BRAZIL NUTS
Cross contamination May contain traces of other NUTS.
Best before date 30.09.2023
Trade Name Brazil nuts
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Questions & answers: Organic Brazil nuts 1 kg
You can snack on them plain, use them in pastries, make bliss balls, or upgrade your oatmeal or yogurt. The crunchy nuts are always a delicious ingredient.
Quinoa belongs to the group of so-called "pseudocereals" and is therefore naturally gluten-free. However, since quinoa comes into contact in the processing process with machines that also process other gluten-containing foods, traces of gluten may be present. People with celiac disease or a gluten intolerance must therefore unfortunately keep their hands off our organic quinoa.
To lose weight, a calorie deficit is usually the key to success. KoRo Brazil nut kernels provide 682 calories per 100g. As long as you watch your daily calorie intake, our Brazil nut kernels can be wonderfully integrated into your diet.
White quinoa is the most common and is usually cheaper than other varieties. It is rather nutty in taste. Black quinoa tastes quite similar, but is a bit more al dente and has a minimally longer cooking time. Red quinoa, much like the black version, takes a little longer to cook. Because it holds its shape and looks pretty, you're best off using it as a highlight for salads. Puffed quinoa is also known as the popcorn of the Incas and looks great in your breakfast.
Quinoa has a nutty, mild flavor that is more than welcome in a variety of dishes.
Yes, our quinoa comes from organic farming.
Quinoa is a pseudocereal. This means that it is often classified as a cereal, but strictly speaking it belongs to the seeds. Quinoa belongs to the foxtail family and comes from South America, where the plant is grown along the Andes. Inca wheat is a great alternative to most other grains and is extremely delicious prepared both savory and sweet.
Our Brazil nut kernels provide 700 calories per 100 g.
The one or other Brazil nut as a snack in everyday life is not a problem from our point of view. If you would prefer not to stop snacking, talk to your doctor again and clarify which quantity is best for you.
What amount of Brazil nut kernels is suitable for you during pregnancy, your doctor can best tell you. Therefore, we recommend that you consult your doctor before consuming them.
Because we care about your dog's well-being as much as you do, we encourage you to consult with your veterinarian to make sure what amount is suitable for your beloved pet. In the meantime, take a look at our premium dry dog food.
The Brazil nut, or Brazil nut, originally comes from Brazil, but is now widespread throughout South America. The Brazilian nut owes its name to the port city of Pará, from which it was exported to Europe as early as the 17th century. We source our Brazil nut kernels from Bolivia, Brazil and Peru.

Varieties & Origin


Large - The size classification of Brazil nuts is calculated from the number of nuts per pound. The less nuts per pound, the larger the nuts are. In the largest class Large, 80 to 110 Brazil nuts per pound are counted.

Cultivation by country in tons
Country Tons
Brasilien 32942
Bolivien 25749
Elfenbeinküste 19356
Peru 6042

The Paranut, also often called "Brazilian nut", is native to the tropical rainforests of South America. There are only four countries in total that are dedicated to a larger production of Brazil nuts: Brazil, Bolivia, Ivory Coast and Peru. In 2017, 84,089 tons of Brazil nut kernels were harvested worldwide. In the previous ten years, the world harvest had been between 80,000 and 100,000 tonnes each.


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16 Reviews

Sonja B.  | 14.06.2022

Again and again

I have rarely had Brazil nut kernels this delicious.

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Simona Z.  | 03.06.2022

Great value for money!

This nutty Brazil nuts I enjoy 1x daily - thanks to advantage pack 1kg this is possible at all without spending a fortune in the local supermarket. Thank you Koro!

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LAURENCE F.  | 23.05.2022

je recommande

very good

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Florence P.  | 10.05.2022

Big disappointment ...

Contrary to those of my previous order, these Brazil nuts are soft, with sometimes a little taste of rancid, so really not good, in spite of the deadline of consumption in March 2023. Moreover, their color is much darker than usual, which confirms their oxidation.

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Miriam B.  | 21.04.2022

Je recommande

Very good quality and price. Too bad it's not often available.

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Susanne S.  | 13.04.2022

Great value for money.

Very good for muesli or as a snack.

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Carolina T.  | 06.04.2022

Molto buone!!

Buonissime !! Veramente ottima qualità! Prezzo ottimo per questo prodotto

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Anonymous  | 23.02.2022



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Anonymous  | 21.02.2022

Belong in the nut mixture with pure....

Belong in the nut mixture with pure....

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Anonymous  | 18.02.2022

Quality unfortunately not as used to Koro

The Brazil nuts are large, but taste very pappik, bitter and unfortunately not as I know good Brazil nuts. Rather fingers off, I will probably unfortunately dispose of them.

Our feedback: Hey Henrik, vielen Dank für Dein Feedback. Es tut uns leid, dass du ein mangelhaftes Produkt erhalten hast. Natürlich sollten die Paranüsse nicht so schmecken. Wende Dich bitte an unseren Kundenservice, damit dieser sich Deinem Anliegen annenhmen und Dir eine entsprechende Entschädigung zukommen lassen kann. Liebe Grüße Dein KoRo Team :) 
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