Nuts Snack box subscription
Welcome to our Nut snack box subscription service! We are so excited that you decided to purchase our subscription package!
We want you to have all this snack goodness coming to you for a specific period of time, so you don't have to worry each time you run out.
We have made our subscription boxes simple, you pay once and we worry about the rest!
Our subscription boxes allow you to pay for your items once while we get to working and ensure you get your chosen spices each month.
What comes with your snack box subscription box?
Delivered monthly, for three months!
Choose either 2 or 4 from our nut selection below to create your snack box.
SNACK 1: Roasted paprika peanuts
SNACK 2 : Sweet and spicy cashew nuts.
SNACK 3: Chickpeas with sultanas.
SNACK 4: Roasted Green Peas with peanuts.
Health benefits of peanuts
Peanuts are rich in monounsaturated fats, the type of fat that is emphasized in the heart-healthy Mediterranean diet. Studies of diets with a special emphasis on peanuts have shown that this little legume is a big ally for a healthy heart. In one such randomized, double-blind, cross-over study involving 22 subjects, a high monounsaturated diet that emphasized peanuts and peanut butter decreased cardiovascular disease risk by an estimated 21% compared to the average American diet.
In addition to their monounsaturated fat content, peanuts feature an array of other nutrients that, in numerous studies, have been shown to promote heart health. Peanuts are good sources of vitamin E, niacin, folate, protein and manganese. In addition, peanuts provide resveratrol, the phenolic antioxidant also found in red grapes and red wine that is thought to be responsible for the French paradox: the fact that in France, people consume a diet that is not low in fat, but have a lower risk of cardiovascular disease compared to the U.S. With all of the important nutrients provided by nuts like peanuts, it is no wonder that numerous research studies, including the Nurses' Health Study that involved over 86,000 women, have found that frequent nut consumption is related to reduced risk of cardiovascular disease.