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Tasty & wonderfully versatile, nuts are grown in many different parts of the world and are a great, natural source of nutrients and antioxidants.

Almonds need hot summers and cold winters to produce a good crop.
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Brazil Nuts
Brazil nut trees grow up to 50 metres in height and the nuts mature approximately 14 months after pollination.
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Cashews originated in Brazil, where they are a tropical evergreen.
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Different varieties of hazelnut need to be grown together to ensure pollination for nut production.
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Macadamia Nuts
Macadamia nuts are indigenous to Australia, and they were the first country to start growing them commercially.
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Peanuts (Ground Nuts)
Despite the name, peanuts are not actually a nut they are a legume.
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The pecan (Carya illinoinensis), is a species of hickory, native to south-central North America.
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Pistachio Nuts
Pistachios are classified according to origin, colour and size, and each country usually has their own varieties.
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Walnuts are a very oily nut. As they age, oils from the skins diffuse into the nut and they turn the flesh darker.
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