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Q: How can I have The Nut Lady products sold in a nearby market?
A: We are continuing to expand daily. would you like to see The Nut Lady products in a market near you faster? Email or call The Nut Lady directly!
Phone: 518.489.9820
Q: Are the nuts roasted or baked?
A: Our nuts are baked, not roasted, in small batches.
Q: What's the difference between BAKED and roasted?
A: BAKED nuts are baked at a low temperature to maintain all the healthy nutrients. They are also much softer, kinder to teeth and will melt in your mouth! Roasted nuts use a high temp, along with butter or vanilla.
Q: What kind of shelf life do they have?
A: We guarantee stores a 6-month shelf life.
Q: Do you make the nuts yourself?
A: Yes! All The Nut Lady products are coated, baked and packaged in our Kosher facility in Albany, New York.
Q: Do your nuts contain vanilla extract or butter, as many recipes do?
A: Our original product is baked with sugar, egg whites, cinnamon and salt only. Our Sugar-Free products are baked with ZSweet, egg whites & cinnamon only.
Q: Will you ship them anywhere in the United States?
A: We not only ship Nationally, but Internationally as well. Contact us for International price rates.
Q: Do you use preservatives?
A: No Additives or preservatives in these ALL NATURAL nuts.
Q: Aren't all nuts Gluten-Free?
A: In their raw state, yes; however, there can be cross-contamination in most facilities manufacturing crackers, bread and other such products. The Nut Lady facility is totally Gluten-Free, Peanut-Free and Feingold Accepted!


Eating Nuts May Halt Adult-Onset Diabetes

"Eating lots of nuts or peanut butter may help ward off diabetes, a study of more than 83,000 nurses suggests. Women who reported eating the equivalent of a handful of nuts or one tablespoon of peanut butter at least five times a week were more than 20% less likely to develop adult-onset, or type 2, diabetes than those who rarely or never ate those products." - USA TODAY - November 27, 2002

Nuts of Choice

"Each American eats about 2.25 pounds of U.S. - and foreign-grown tree nuts a year. Of the nuts grownand consumed in the USA, the preferences:
Almonds - 25%; Pecans - 22%; Walnuts - 17%; Pistachios - 8%; Hazelnuts - 3%
Others - 25%" - USA Snapshots - September 2002.

You're Nuts for Nuts

"Several large studies have linked nuts to lower heart disease risk and longer life. In the landmark Nurses' Health Study, for instance,women who ate the most nuts (about 5 oz per week) had half the risk of heart attack as those who rarely ate them. Although the power sources in nuts is unclear, researchers suggest that their unsaturated fats, magnesium, copper, folic acid, protein, potassium, fiber, and vitamin E may all play a part." - Prevention Magazine / November 2000

"Nuts do not contain cholesterol."

In fact, studies show that walnuts, almonds, macadamia nuts and pecans might actually help protect against heart disease. ... One reader reports: 'Eating a handful of walnuts every day has lowered my
cholesterol 25 points.' " - Union-News, Springfield, MA - March, 2002

Go Nuts! Full of nutrients, nuts get a healthy report card - Any way you crack 'em, nuts are healthy

"Nuts, while high in fat, contain mostly monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. These unsaturated fats have a heart-friendly reputation. ..." 'If you reduce total fat consumption,' he says, 'you're also reducing the amount of good fats that you eat, fats that have a protective effect against heart disease.' They are necessary for growth, healthy skin, control of blood pressure and blood clotting. The walnut, while somewhat short on monounsaturates, is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids that counters the blood clots that can cause heart attacks. Two other antioxidants in nuts, quercetin and campferol, may suppress the growth of cancers. Most nuts are also fairly good sources of protein." - Union-News, Springfield, MA - November 3, 1999 (by Cheri Swoboda, Newhouse News Service)

The Nut Lady Guarantee:
If you're not completely satisfied with this product, return the unused portion
to The Nut Lady for a full refund.

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