Karma Nuts to launch three new flavours of Wrapped Cashews
Karma Nuts is home of the “Wrapped Cashew®,” meaning they are dry roasted in their natural skin without added oil.
This results in our cashews having twice the fiber and antioxidative activity comparable to blueberries! They are also high in copper and manganese, and are a good source of magnesium, phosphorus, vitamin K, zinc, and iron. They contain less total fat than many other popular nuts, making them a great snacking choice!
The company plans to launch three new flavours, which will be available on Amazon, store shelves and www.karmanuts.com this summer:
• Golden Turmeric Wrapped: These cashews blend the exotic flavours of chilli, pepper, and turmeric to create the ultimate snack. old and flavourful, these nuts will liven up your taste buds.
• Cocoa Dusted Wrapped: These cashews are lightly dusted with a cocoa coating with a touch of pure cane sugar and vanilla. Indulge your chocolate cravings along with a nutritional boost.
• Sweet Matcha Roasted: Combines the superpowers of savoury matcha with hints of cardamom spice and vanilla to deliver an amazing sweet ‘n’ salty combo. Matcha’s health benefits include polyphenols that may reduce inflammation and fight cancer.
These new exciting flavours add to the current Karma Nuts product lineup that currently includes: Toasted Coconut Roasted, Sea Salt Wrapped, Lightly Salted Wrapped, Lime Twist Wrapped, Peri Peri Roasted, Cinnamon Wrapped, Sea Salt Roasted, Raw Jumbo. We now offer a total of 11 flavours available in 8oz jars and 1.5 oz snack pouches.
For over 80 years, the founder, Ganesh Nair’s family has had a passion for healthy living and is committed to bringing great tasting, high quality, and nutritious food to the world.
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