Organic Hazelnuts / Filberts

  • Organic Hazelnuts / Filberts
  • Hazelnuts Organic Small Bag
  • Hazelnuts with leaves
  • Raw Whole Nuts
  • Unsalted, No Shell
  • Certified Organic, Non-GMO
  • Cholesterol & Sodium Free
  • A Very Good Source of Manganese,
  • Copper and Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol)
5 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
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Product Description

Our organic hazelnuts or filberts are large-size nutritious nuts originating from Turkey, where they have been cultivated for a long time. Organic nuts are grown without chemicals, so they are safe and full of essential vitamins and minerals. These small kernels contain the most folate (also called vitamin B9) as compared to any other nut. That is why hazelnuts are good for the cardiovascular system. They also help pregnant women reduce the risk of numerous birth defects.

Health Benefits

To benefit from our organic hazelnuts, store them in a dry cool place or else they might become rancid. Do not open the package if you are not going to use them right away. After opening the package, we recommend using a freezer zipper bag or placing the hazelnuts in an airtight can. Our hazelnuts are of the best quality, so they can be repeatedly refrozen without loss of texture and taste, providing the essential health benefits:

  • Lower the risk of heart diseases.
    According to the recent research, people who eat about 1.5 oz of filberts per day reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases and heart attacks.
  • Decrease the risk of blood clotting.
    The high content of proanthocyanidin helps you prevent the risk of blood clotting, along with the risk of urinary tract infections.
  • Provide dietary fiber.
    By eating hazelnuts, you get the essential amount of dietary fiber, which helps you lower cholesterol levels and prevents constipation due to its laxative effect.
  • Are rich in vitamin E.
    100 g of hazelnuts provide 100 % RDA of vitamin E. This vitamin is a powerful antioxidant needed to maintain the integrity of your cell membranes.
  • Contain copper and manganese.
    Copper is used during iron absorption and manganese is needed for bone formation, so it is important to get them in sufficient amounts.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    I always enjoy buying from this seller because their service is prompt and their hazelnuts are fresh and delicious. I will be buying more kinds of nuts from them in the future.

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  2. 5 out of 5

    I had purchased a bag less than a month before and went through it so fast, I had to order another bag. Go to place to get organic nuts.

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  3. 5 out of 5 Quality

    Excellent product, good quality, tastes good!

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  4. 5 out of 5

    Everything was as described and on came on time. Taste is pretty good. I was just buying some to experiment with different breakfast options. Will probably buy them again.

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  5. 5 out of 5 Excellent Product!

    The hazelnuts I ordered arrived as scheduled. They were just perfect! Fresh and deliciously tasty. Certainly will order them again from you.

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  6. 5 out of 5

    Item arrived promptly and was exactly as described. Maybe one bad nut in the whole bunch – to be expected, and the rest were perfect. Will buy again!

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  7. 5 out of 5 Love Hazelnut !!!

    I’m nuts for NUTS!!! and this is just a perfect place to keep up with a healthy habit. I do suggest to keep nuts in a cool & dry place to prolong its life, I personally keep them in the fridge. Go nuts ! 😉

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  8. 5 out of 5

    Hazelnuts are good.

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INGREDIENTS: Organic Hazelnuts

WARNING: Contains Tree Nuts

CAUTION: May Contain Shell Fragments

Packaged in a facility that also processes wheat

Cold Storage Recommended

Storage Time: up to 12 months

Country of Origin: Turkey


Nutritional Value

1 oz (28g) of dried hazelnuts contains:

  • Copper – 0.5 mg (25 % of DV)
  • Dietary Fiber – 2.6 g (11 % of DV)
  • Folate – 24.6 mcg (6 % of DV)
  • Iron – 1.2 mg (7 % of DV)
  • Magnesium – 48.4 mg (12 % of DV)
  • Manganese – 1.6 mg (78 % of DV)
  • Phosphorus – 86.8 mg (9 % of DV)
  • Potassium – 211 mg (6 % of DV)
  • Thiamin – 0.1 mg (6 % of DV)
  • Vitamin B – 60.2 mg (9 % of DV)
  • Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol) – 4.3 mg (21 % of DV)
  • Zinc – 0.7 mg (5 % of DV)


DV – Daily Value

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Roasted Hazelnut Milk & Hazelnut Hot Cocoa

Roasted Hazelnut Milk & Hazelnut Hot Cocoa

Serves: Makes about 4 cups


For the hazelnut milk:

  • 2 cups roasted and skinned hazelnuts*
  • 4 cups water, plus more as needed
  • small pinch of salt
  • ½ vanilla bean (or ½ tsp. pure vanilla extract), optional
  • 2-3 tsp. pure maple syrup, honey, a few pitted dates, or other sweetener, optional


For the hazelnut hot cocoa:

  • 3-4 oz. good quality dark chocolate, or vegan chocolate, chopped
  • 2 cups hazelnut milk
  • Optional: fresh whipped cream, or coconut cream, for serving


  1. Add the hazelnuts, water, and salt, and the vanilla (if using), to your blender. Optionally, you can add in a little maple syrup or other sweetener (if you’re using dates, you need to add them now — otherwise, if you’re using a liquid sweetener, you can hold off until the nut milk is finished and add a little to taste).
  2. Blend thoroughly until the liquid is thick and cloudy, and the hazelnuts are very finely ground, about 1-2 minutes (you may require more or less time depending on your blender). Let the mixture steep for 10-15 minutes.
  3. Place a large nut milk bag, or a few layers of cheesecloth over a colander, over a large bowl, and slowly pour the milk mixture into the center of it. If you’re using cheesecloth, or a smaller nut milk bag, you may have to do this in batches. Pull up the sides of the bag or cheesecloth to form a pouch, and lift it above the bowl to allow the milk to drain through. Squeeze the bottom and sides of the bag or cheesecloth to extract all the liquid you can. Continue until all of the milk has been thoroughly strained. (Set the solids aside, but do not discard them. See recipe notes for tips on how to use the nut solids.)
  4. Taste the milk, and add any liquid sweeteners you’d like if you feel the milk needs it (I used a couple tsp. maple syrup and found that to be perfect for my taste, but you can adjust accordingly). If you feel the milk is too creamy or rich for you, simply add additional water to thin it down.
  5. Transfer to a jar or other airtight container, and store in the fridge. Milk should last for 4-5 days. (The milk will separate after a few hours, but that’s completely normal. Just give it a good shake before using.)
  6. Drink it straight, pour it over cereal, add it to your tea or coffee, or make luscious hazelnut hot cocoas with it.


For the hazelnut hot cocoa:

In a small saucepan, heat 2 cups of hazelnut milk until bubbles start to appear around the edges of the pan. Remove from the heat, and add the chocolate. Stir until completely melted, and serve immediately. (Or, let cool, then refrigerate for chocolate milk.) Top with fresh whipped cream, or coconut whipped cream, if you like.

Enjoy it!