Australian almonds contain a range of cell protecting nutrients, from antioxidants, vitamin E and manganese. These nutrients have antioxidant properties that neutralise free radicals; molecules that can damage healthy cells.

What nutrients in almonds boost mood?
  •  Vitamin E
  •  Niacin Vitamin B3
  •  Magnesium
  •  Manganese
  •  Calcium
  •  Potassium
  •  Dietary Fibre
  •  Antioxidants


*When eaten as part of a healthy varied diet.

How to Store and Prepare 

  •  Fridge

Top Tip: Store in an airtight container, and almonds can last for two months. 

  •  Toast
  •  Blend
  •  Bake
  •  Roast
  •  Soak
  •  Smoke

Top Tip: Smoked almonds can create a rich and wholesome pesto. 

When Are They In Season?

Australian almonds are available all year-round.


How Much Should You Eat?

Aim for a healthy handful (30g) of almonds per day.

Did you know?

Snacking on almonds after sports is a tastier way to recover.

Nutrition Information Panel


Serving size: 30g

( 20 almonds raw)

  Av QTY Per serve %DI* Av QTY per 100g
Energy 716kJ 8% 2390kJ
Protein 5.9g 12% 19.7g
Total fat 15.2g 22% 50.5g
Saturated fat 1g 4% 2.6g
Monounsaturated fats 9.2g   30.7g
Polyunsaturated fats 3.8g   12.8g
Total Carbohydrates 1.6g 1% 5.4g
Sugars 1.6g 2% 5.2g
Dietary fibre 3.3g 11% 10.9g
Sodium 0mg 0% 0mg
Potassium 239mg   796mg
Niacin eq 2.5mg 25% 8.2mg
Vitamin E mg 9.4mg 94% 31.4mg
Calcium 80mg 10% 265mg
Magnesium 80mg 25% 266mg
Manganese 0.9mg 18% 3.0mg

Source: Aust Food Comp Data or ^ USDA

*based on an average adult diet of 8700 kJ

GAE means Gallic Acid Equivalents

How Much Should You Eat?

Aim for a healthy handful (30g) of almonds per day.

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