Our Customers Thought
New snack for this professional snacker. Delicious! They are a new staple in my snack bag of variety items from nuts.com that I take to work EVERYday!Blake, Murfreesboro, TN
Love the taste and the health benefits.Jeonghwa, syosset, NY
A little different tasting, but nice. Like the crunchiness and change from peanuts, walnuts and cashews.Dusty, Cherry Valley, CA
Different, but good.CONNIE, Lake Charles, LA
Nuts.com has the best quality Sacha Inchi!Eun, Glendale, CA
n/aWilkins,, Zeeland, MI
Tastes a little like a peanut but harder and drier. A few are a good pick me up snack to suppress your appetite.Debbie, Granite Bay, CA
This is my first time trying these and they are really good! I do not think they have any fishy taste whatsoever and I'm very glad for that as I absolutely hate the smell and taste of all seafood. When I first opened the bag they smelled like peanut butter, even my husband thought so. The first taste of one nut did have an earthy taste to it but as I ate a few more they began to taste like a mild peanut butter and left a peanut buttery taste in my mouth. Since my doctor told me I had to get more omega 3s in my diet (as the pills I'm taking 2x a day weren't doing it) I decided to give these a try as they're known to be very high in omega 3! hopefully they'll give me what I need and I will keep snacking on them! Yum!Debra, Ocala, FL
These little guys are pretty tastey! I added a little olive oil and salt, and that made them even better. Super high protein / low carbohydrate so great for a Paleo or Keto diet.Cynthia, Laguna Beach, CA
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Dry roasted Sacha Inchi Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 28g (~1 oz.)
|Amount per serving|
|Calories from Fat||126|
Store in a cool dry place for up to 6 months. It is ok to refrigerate.
Country of origin: Peru