Cedar nut is really colloquially accepted by the name for this product.
From the biological point of view the cedar nut is a seed that eventually feeds wild animals in the taiga forests.
The average weight of one cedar nut is 0.23-0.25 grams. Nuts that are 9 mm long are considered to be large, these 7-9 mm long are recognised as medium size. Eventually, those which are 7 mm long or less are considered as small ones.
Kernels of the nuts are very tasty and contain many useful nutrients, such as:
Cedar Nuts we offer come from the only one proven source. We work corporate with a farm owning over 50.000hectares (125.000 acres) of siberian Taiga forests filled with Cedar Pines growing in natural siberian environment for tens of years, The annual cedar nuts stocks range between 300 and 350 tonnes every single year.
|Retinol (Vit. A )||1mcg|
|Pantothenic acid (B5)||0,3mg|
|Ascorbic acid (Vit. C)||0,8mg|
|Tocopherol (odm. Vit.E)||9,3mg|