Nutritional Information

Californian Walnuts



AverageQuantityPer Serving AverageQuantityPer 100g.
Energy 897kj 2990kj
Protein 4.4g 14.6g
Fat-Total 21.0g 70.1g
Saturated 2.2g 7.3g
Trans Less Than 0.1g 0.1
Polyunsaturated 15.8g 52.6g
Omega-3 ALA 1.9g 6.3g
Monounsaturated 3.0g 10.1g
Carbohydrate-Total 2.2g 7.3g
Dietary Fibre 1.1g 3.6g
Sugars 0.6g 2.1g
Sodium 1mg 3mg
Potassium 132mg 440mg



Contains Tree Nuts. May be present: Peanuts, Sesame Seeds and other Tree Nuts.

Store in a cool dry place.

Packed in Australia from imported ingredients.

Californian Walnuts

They taste so great, why just keep them for cooking?

Affectionately known as the ‘royal nut’ the unique flavour and texture and NuVitality Californian Walnuts makes them an essential ingredient in many sweet and savoury recipes, but they’re also a great nutrient-rich snack filled with plant-based protein that will keep you satisfied when you’re on the go. Try this.In a blender, add 2 cups of baby kale, a clove of garlic, 1/3 cup of NuVitality Californian Walnuts and 2 tablespoons of lemon juice and blend until smooth – while drizzling in ½ of olive oil. Stir in ½ cup of grated parmesan and season to taste for a brilliant dip.


  • Source of Omega-3 ALA. Omega-3 are a type of polyunsaturated fat which the body doesn’t produce and we therefore source from the food we eat. Research into the benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids is ongoing but polyunsaturated fats are healthy fats that when eaten in replace of saturated fats can have a range of positive health benefits such as reduced cholesterol and heart disease risk*.
  • Low in Sugar.
  • Low in Salt – a diet low in salt can reduce the risks associated with high blood pressure and heart disease.
  • Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

*Replacing saturated and trans fats with monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats helps lower the risk of heart disease.


Bourghal, Beetroot & Sumac Warm Salad with Feta and Walnuts