Hazelnuts are protected by a hard round shell, broken to reveal a brown-skinned small nut or cream coloured when skinned. They're often used for their creamy rich flavour as part of deserts and occasionally seasonal savory dishes.

They have a fantastic set of micronutrients, including manganese, copper and vitamin E. Along with these, hazelnuts also have high contents of antioxidants, mostly concentrated in the skin. Along with other nuts, they've been associated with positive health metrics like reduced cholesterol and protection from cancer.

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Water5.79 g
Energy629 kcal
26 %
Protein13.7 g
Fats61.15 g
Carbs17 g
Fiber11 g
Sugars3.49 g
Calcium149 mg
11 %
Iron3.3 mg
22 %
Magnesium160 mg
44 %
Phosphorus310 mg
25 %
Potassium658 mg
14 %
Sodium0 mg
Zinc2.2 mg
24 %
Copper1.6 mg
180 %
Manganese12.65 mg
141 %
Selenium4.1 µg
7 %
Vit C2 mg
3 %
Thiamin0.475 mg
48 %
Riboflavin0.11 mg
11 %
Niacin1.55 mg
11 %
Vit B60.585 mg
49 %
Folate78 µg
20 %
Vit B120 µg
Vit A2 µg
Vit E17.5 mg
117 %
Vit D0 µg
Vit K0 µg
Sat Fat4.669 g
Mono Fat48.192 g
Poly Fat5.558 g
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Caffeine0 mg