Mixed Nuts (56 oz Canister)
Mixed Nuts (56 oz Canister)
Mixed Nuts (56 oz Canister)
Mixed Nuts (56 oz Canister)
Mixed Nuts (56 oz Canister)
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Mixed Nuts (56 oz Canister)

Acid Reflux
Breakfast
GERD
Lunch
Snacks

$12.88

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Foodguides Review

Nuts, seeds and nut/seed butters contain unsaturated fats that are good replacements for saturated fats. However, those with IBS should limit their intake of almonds, cashews and pistachios due to their fiber content.

Amazon Description

Planters Mixed Nuts offer a crunchy combination of peanuts, almonds, cashews, hazelnuts and pecans, making them a perfect on-the-go snack to curb your cravings for a crunchy treat. The mixed nuts contain sea salt for a savory flavor that satisfies. Planters mixed nuts are roasted and packed in the USA. Sprinkle these Kosher mixed nuts over a salad, or serve them with soups. Keep a canister of these roasted mixed nuts on hand to add texture to your favorite dessert recipes. Each canister of mixed nuts offers 6 grams of protein and healthy fats, helping to quell your hunger between meals. A resealable 56 ounce canister helps lock in freshness.

  • LIGHTLY SALTED MIXED NUTS: PLANTERS Mixed Nuts, Lightly Salted, consist of peanuts, almonds, cashews, hazelnuts and pecans
  • PLANTERS NUTS: This 56 ounce resealable jar of PLANTERS Mixed Nuts With Sea Salt contains about fifty six 1 ounce servings and features a resealable lid designed to lock in long lasting freshness
  • SALTED MIXED NUTS: These roasted mixed nuts are enhanced with sea salt
  • LESS THAN 50% PEANUTS: Each canister of mixed nuts contains less than 50 % peanuts by weight
  • NUTRIENT DENSE SNACKS: Every serving of PLANTERS Mixed Nuts, Lightly Salted, contains 6 grams of protein—they're energizing and delicious
  • KOSHER CERTIFIED MIXED NUTS: PLANTERS mixed nuts are great tasting snacks for those keeping Kosher

Package Dimensions: 6.2 x 6.2 x 6.0 inches

Foodguides Review

Nuts, seeds and nut/seed butters contain unsaturated fats that are good replacements for saturated fats. However, those with IBS should limit their intake of almonds, cashews and pistachios due to their fiber content.

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