Our English walnut halves really are a cut above the rest. (We couldn’t resist the pun!) Raw English walnuts, conveniently halved, are domestically grown and of the highest quality. Sprinkle these nuts over a leafy green salad or a batch of muffins.
English Walnuts vs. Black Walnuts: What’s the Difference?
The English walnut has a somewhat misleading name. English walnuts are native to Persia (cultivated by the Greeks), but England and its empire are largely responsible for bringing them to the Western diet. Today, the English walnut is grown in California and other parts of the mainland United States. Compared with black walnuts, English walnuts are more widely consumed.
The black walnut, by contrast, is native to California and has a bold, earthy flavor. Their dark shells are very tough to crack compared with the thinner shells of English walnuts. Black walnuts are much less widely cultivated than English walnuts and primarily grow wild.
Ratings & Reviews
Always a favorite. Delicious and fresh!Lisa, Los Lunas, NM
Freshest walnuts ever.Jane, Cedar Rapids, IA
The walnuts are good too.Marguerite, Hagerhill, KY
My husband is a "senior" who eats raw walnuts every morning and needs whole ones. These have the fewest pieces we have found and are the best tasting!Martha, Woodbine, GA
Walnuts. **May contain occasional shell fragment.** Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 30g (~1.1 oz.)
|Amount per serving|
|Calories from Fat||180|
Store open or closed under refrigeration for up to 6 months. This item can be frozen.
Approximately 160 pieces per pound.
Country of origin: United States