Great quality, finely ground almonds from the USA. The perfect ingredient for all of your cake baking exploits or even adding that extra something to your curry.
Our finely ground almonds are:
✔ Perfectly milled for baking
✔ Suitable for flavouring and thickening sauces
Almonds are naturally low in sugar and saturated fats, they are also packed with vitamins and minerals.
Almonds are a source of Vitamin E (24mg in 100g), Vitamin B1 (0.21mg in 100g), Vitamin B2 (0.75mg in 100g), Vitamin B3 (3.1mg in 100g), Folic Acid (48µg in 100g), Vitamin B7 (64mg in 100g), Potassium (780mg in 100g), Calcium (240mg in 100g), Magnesium (270mg in 100g), Phosphorus (550mg in 100g), Iron (3mg in 100g), Copper (1mg in 100g), Zinc (3.2mg in 100g) and Manganese (1.7mg in 100g).
- Vitamin E – contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress
- Vitamin B1 – contributes to normal energy yielding metabolism
- Vitamin B2 – contributes to the maintenance of normal skin
- Vitamin B3 – contributes to normal functioning of the nervous system
- Vitamin B7 – contributes to the maintenance of normal hair
- Potassium – contributes to the maintenance of normal blood pressure
- Calcium – is needed for the maintenance of normal bones and normal teeth
- Magnesium – contributes to a reduction of tiredness and fatigue
- Phosphorus – contributes to normal energy yielding metabolism
- Iron – contributes to normal oxygen transportation in the body
- Copper – contributes to maintenance of normal connective tissue
- Zinc – contributes to normal DNA synthesis
- Manganese – contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress
Ingredients for Ground Almonds
Whole ALMONDS, finely ground.
Our ground almonds come in sealed, clear plastic packs to ensure freshness and quality.
Allergy advice for Ground Almonds:
For allergens, see ingredients in CAPITALS.
Warnings: Packed in a factory that also packs cereals containing gluten, nuts, peanuts, sesame and products containing sulphere dioxide.
While every care is taken to ensure that our product information is correct, food products and recipes are constantly being reformulated meaning that ingredients, allergens, dietary and nutritional content may change from time to time. Given this fact you should always read the product label and not rely solely on the information provided on web listings.