Raw Brazil Nuts

Total AU$6.8
Quantity: 1
Total AU$6.8

About Raw Brazil Nuts

Ingredients Brazil Nuts
Origin Brazil
Shelf life 18 months
Allergens Tree Nuts May be Present: Peanuts, Other Nuts, Sesame, Soy, Milk, Gluten, Egg
Storage Condition Keep in Cool and Dry Place
Features Raw, No Shell, Premium, Whole, Natural, Non-GMO

Brazil Nuts are the No. 1 food source on the planet for selenium. Our Raw Brazil Nuts are incredibly delicious with a rich creamy taste and a crisp firm texture. Use Brazil Nuts to make deliciously fresh nut butter and dairy-free nut milk or add them to raw food recipes, baked goods, and savoury or sweet dishes. Whole Brazil nuts, available in bulk or retail sizes, can also be added to pad Thai dishes, trail mixes, or pesto.

At NATURAL MOREISH we only select the superior quality and fresh kernels. Best part? Buy in bulk and save. Don’t go to the store, we ship it right to your door.


There are no reviews yet.

Share your thoughts with other customers. Login here.

Brazil nuts are the indisputable emperor of the mixed-nut platter. Everyone loves these gentle giants because they’re softer than most other nuts. They also have a slightly earthy, sweet flavour.   In addition to selenium, Brazil nuts are also significant sources of protein, fibre and zinc. Each order of raw, unsalted Brazil nuts is packed by hand right here at Natural moreish, guaranteeing that you receive the freshest supply possible.

Rich in proteins, healthy fatty acids and minerals, raw Brazil nuts offer many health benefits to humans. Therefore, we bring the most excellent quality Brazil nuts Kernels. Our Brazil nut Kernels are free from all kinds of chemicals and foreign substances.


General Information

Brazil nuts are derived from the Latin American Bertholletia excelsa, also known as the Brazil nut tree. They are high in healthy fats, protein, fibre, and selenium. The Brazil nut, despite the title, is a seed instead of a nut. Nuts, by definition, are hard-shelled fruits with a single ample seed.

Brazil nuts have an earthy flavour that lends well to salads, as an ingredient in raw vegetarian dishes, or just consume one per day of your selenium intake! The sweet, creamy, buttery flavour is blended with a trace of coconut flavour, which contributes to their popularity.


Serving suggestions

In addition to their creamy, sweet, and coconutty flavour, Brazil nuts may offer a great crunchy texture to bakery products, including bread, muffins, brownies, cookies, cakes, and biscotti. They are also an excellent and nutritious addition to salads, pastries, dressings, sauces, and a tasty and healthy complement to snack foods.

This buttery, sweet flavour pairs well with many fruits, including apples, apricots, bananas, berries, peaches, cherries, citrus, figs, pears, and plums. Brazil nut works incredibly well with chocolate and vanilla, so it is commonly used in desserts like cakes, cookies, ice cream, and gelatos.



It is best to process your nuts just before use. However, if you’d like to have brazil nuts ready for adding your dishes, only roast raw kernels, dice, and freeze in an airtight container apart from foods with strong odours. They will keep for over a year in the freezer, and you can get the amount you need, bring them to room temperature and use them immediately.

SKU: 174

Nutritional Information

Serving size: 50g
1371.5kJ 2743kJ
Protein, total
7.15g 14.3g
Fat, total
33.2g 66.4g
7.55g 15.1g
2.4g 4.8g
1.15g 2.3g
1.5mg 3mg

Postage, Returns & Payments

Post with Australia standard post
Delivery Time 5-7 Days
Shipping & Delivery Our Shipping & Delivery
Returns Policy Our Returns Policy
Tags: , , , , , , See all

Raw Brazil Nuts FAQ

I have Celiac so I cannot tolerate gluten. I know some nut processing introduces gluten, so are these gluten free?

We offer entirely free of gluten brazil nuts which are not processed along with any other products.

How many Brazil nuts is it safe to eat per day?

A single Brazil nut contains 68 to 91 micrograms (mcg) of selenium, meaning that just one nut per day can provide the daily recommended adult allowance of 55 mcg. In addition to selenium, Brazil nuts contain plenty of protein, essential minerals, and healthful fats.

Are they alkaline?

Most nuts and seeds are considered acid unless they’re sprouted; however there are some that are neutral or just slightly alkaline such as almonds, Brazil nuts, and sesame seeds.

What Are The Benefits Of Using This Product?

Brazil nuts come with healthy fats, fiber, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Selenium, a standout nutrient in these nuts, is known for helping protect against cancer. Overall, A key element in the Ketogenic diet. Highly recommended.

Where do Brazil nuts come from?

Brazil nuts come from the \\\\\\\"fruit\\\\\\\" of Brazil nut trees, which are native to South American countries. The edible nuts are found inside, in orange-like segments. There are 12 to 20 Brazil nuts in each pod. Each mature Brazil nut tree can produce over 250 pounds of nuts per year.

What happens if you eat too many Brazil nuts?

Brazil nuts are safe for everyone to eat but be aware that when it comes to Brazil nuts, more is not necessarily better. People should limit their intake of Brazil nuts to a few per day to avoid negative side effects. Brazil nuts are high in calories, and eating too many can cause selenium toxicity.

Are raw nuts more nutritious than roasted?

Both raw and roasted nuts are good for you and provide health benefits. Both varieties contain similar amounts of calories, protein, carbs and fiber. However, roasting nuts may damage their healthy fat, reduce their nutrient content and lead to the formation of a harmful substance called acrylamide.

High Quality

High Quality

Wide Variety

Wide Variety

Customer Satisfaction

Customer Satisfaction

Human Lifestyle

Human Lifestyle