Real • Organic Hiking Fruit & Nut Mix
If you’re planning on exploring the mountains for a day, our Hiking Fruit and Mix Nut is an essential addition. Even if you’re just looking for some clean energy to get you through the day, this delicious mix of fruit and nuts will keep you going when you feel like giving up. You’ll have a hard time putting down this mix of raisins, cashews, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, almonds, and apricots. When you’re in need of a filling snack, our Real Organic Hiking Fruit and Nut Mix is a perfect choice.
Place of Production: Canada, with imported ingredients
Quality Testing and Packaging in： Canada
Size: 200 grams
Shelf Life: 12 months
Organic Ingredients: Cashews, almonds, raisins, apples, cranberries (apple juice concentrate, sunflower oil), cherries (sunflower oil, cane sugar), pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds.
Nutrition Facts (per 50g)
Ingredients & Amount
% of Daily Value
|Fat, 12 g
|Cholesterol, 0 mg|
|Sodium, 10 mg||0%|
|Carbohydrate, 15 g
|Protein, 6 g|
Contains: Almonds, Cashews
Tips for Storing: Store away in a tightly sealed container. Make sure to keep product away from moisture and keep it away from the light. This product is best enjoyed if consumed soon after unsealing the package.
Main Ingredients and Functions
Cashews – Compared to other organic nuts, cashews contain a lower amount of fibre. However, they make up for it with an abundance of other vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. The presence of copper in cashews helps to increase energy by combating free radicals, while magnesium and calcium assist in bone development. Cashews also contain a number of B vitamins, along with vitamins E and K. They are great for maintaining proper bodily function.
For a detailed list of cashew benefits, check out our Real Organic Cashews product description by clicking here.
Almonds – Almonds have one of the highest levels of unsaturated fats among all nuts. They are incredibly helpful for lowering cholesterol levels, with their abundant collection of monounsaturated fats and antioxidants. They also contain a filling fibre that makes you feel full, helping with weight loss. Almonds are also a unique nut because they contain two key nutrients called riboflavin and L-carnitine, which both are beneficial for brain health by reducing inflammation in the brain.
For a detailed list of almond benefits, check out our Real Organic Almonds product description by clicking here.
Raisins – Raisins are high in dietary fibre, helping your body with the digestion process. Raisins are also packed with loads of minerals such as calcium, iron, manganese, magnesium, copper, fluoride, and zinc. Copper and manganese are two key components of superoxide dismutase, a powerful antioxidant that fights free radicals in the body and increases energy. This powerful scavenger of free radicals makes raisins a nutritional gem.
Although currants have a marginally higher nutritional value than raisins, you can get a better idea about the nutritional value of raisins by clicking here to view our Organic Currants.
Pumpkin Seeds – Pumpkin seeds contain large amounts of some vital minerals, such as magnesium and zinc. The presence of these minerals helps to stabilize your blood pressure and boost your immune system. The high zinc content is also beneficial for prostate health, while the presence of phytoestrogens help women deal with the side effects of menopause. Tryptophan, an amino acid, is also good for promoting restful sleep.
Sunflower Seeds – Sunflower seeds contain one of the highest amounts of vitamin E among all plant-based food. Vitamin E helps to reduce inflammation in the body, which helps to reduce cholesterol, hypertension and lowers high blood pressure. Vitamin E also helps to improve skin health. Sunflower seeds contain other beneficial minerals such as selenium, copper, manganese, magnesium, and phosphorus.
Apricots – Apricots are considered one of the healthiest fruits available. they have a high concentration of antioxidants, including flavonoids, vitamin A and vitamin C. Carotenoids and xanthophylls in apricots show promise for protecting the eyes against damage. Apricots contain catechins, the same phytonutrient that is found in green tea. This phytonutrient helps protect the body against inflammation. Like many healthy fruits, apricots are a good source of fibre.
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