Without added sugar, salt and palm oil. Gluten-free. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Store in a dark and dry place.
Nutritional Information per 100g:
Energy 2,628 kJ / 628 kcal
Fats 61 g
of which saturated fatty acids 5 g
of which monounsaturated fatty acids 46 g
of which polyunsaturated fatty acids 8 g
Carbohydrates 17 g
of which sugars 4 g
Fiber 10 g
Proteins 15 g
Salt 0 g
– There are up to 18 types of different hazelnuts.
– The largest producer of hazelnuts is Turkey, which produces approximately 75% of global production.
– The largest consumer of hazelnuts is the Italian company Ferrero, which consumes up to 25% of global production.
– In German-speaking countries, hazelnuts are the most used nuts in the preparation of cakes and pies.
– Hazelnuts contain, among other things, coenzyme Q-10, which is mainly used in the cosmetics industry and is attributed with rejuvenating effects.
– Ancient Romans used torches made from hazel branches during wedding ceremonies because they believed that this would bring the newlyweds a long and happy marriage.