Tag: nut storage

How to Reduce Plastic in Your Life: 8 Tips from Dylan Weiser

How to Reduce Plastic in Your Life: 8 Tips from Dylan Weiser

How to Reduce Plastic in Your Life: 8 Tips from Dylan Weiser Our NutraMilk team knows the importance of practicing sustainability and we know you do too. You lead a low-waste lifestyle as much as possible, you use your NutraMilk system weekly (okay, letโ€™s be […]

Whole Foods Just Announced Their 2019 Trends and We are Super Excited About Them, Here’s Why

Whole Foods Just Announced Their 2019 Trends and We are Super Excited About Them, Here’s Why

Last week, Whole Foods announced the top 10 food trends to expect next year in 2019 in their fourth annual trends predictions. Whole Foods trend-spotters compiled this years report based on more than 100 years of combined experience in product sourcing as well as consumer […]

Facts about Peanuts

Facts about Peanuts

Facts about Peanuts By Florencia Tagliavini, The NutraMilk Nutritionist Peanuts are in fact not nuts. Botanically they are considered legumes, however, their nutritional properties are similar to tree nuts. They come in many varieties, but the most common are the Virginia, Spanish and Valencia. They […]

Living a Low Waste Life with Abby from Abby’s Food Court

Living a Low Waste Life with Abby from Abby’s Food Court

Living a Low Waste Life with Abby from Abby’s Food Court Sustainability is a phrase swirling around the health and wellness community and although sustainability has been around for decades, it is now becoming a crucial element in the almost every industry including health, wellness […]

Facts about Hazelnuts

Facts about Hazelnuts

Facts about Hazelnuts Geographic Source One of the oldest agricultural crops, hazelnuts are believed to have originated in Asia and then moved into Europe. Today, the principal hazelnut producing countries are Turkey, Italy, Spain and the U.S.A. Nutrition & Health Like most nuts, hazelnuts are […]

Facts about Macadamias

Facts about Macadamias

Facts About Macadamia Nuts History/Geographic Fact This tree nut is native to the Australian rainforest and named for the Scottish-born chemist who first cultivated it, John McAdam. In 1882, the macadamia was introduced to Hawaii, now the worldโ€™s largest exporter.ย Macadamiaโ€™s are some of the most […]