Hand 'n' Hoe Organics

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Unsalted Raw Kernels

The naturally sweet, buttery, caramel flavour of pecans makes it hard not to have favourites. Plus, they pack more antioxidants than any other nut. These ones have been grown in clean soil, fed by untouched rainforest rivers.

The benefits.

  • Helps create cellular energy / ATP (copper and vitamin B1)
  • Helps protect cells from damage and supports energy creation (manganese and phosphorus)
  • May contribute to a healthy heart and stable blood pressure (flavonoids — antioxidant)
  • May help to reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering LDL (monounsaturated fats)

What goes in.

Organic pecan nuts.

What's kept out.

Preservatives, pesticides and sugar.

Did you know?

Did you know that most commercial nuts are grown using artificial pesticides? Due to their high oil content, nuts absorb more of the chemicals they’re exposed to than other crops. These nasties then travel into people’s homes, kitchens and bodies.


Grown in the Comboyne Plateau, New South Wales.

Hot tip.

Quintessentially an American nut, pecans have become renowned for their ability to decorate delicious, decadent desserts. Sometimes, they’re even the star of the show. Pecan pie, anyone?

Hand 'n' Hoe Organics

It’s easy to produce exceptional food when it’s grown in paradise. David Flinter’s prized macadamia farm is tucked away in the Comboyne Plateau; a peaceful town celebrated for its green rolling hills. And of course, its macadamias. David started Hand’N’Hoe in 1997, with a vision to create a sustainable lifestyle in this remarkable part of the world, through permaculture and sustainable farming. Today, David and his family take pride in growing the best quality certified organic macadamias; they’re grown in clean soil, fed by untouched rivers and harvested by hand, without the use of pesticides. This natural approach not only produces the most nourishing nuts, but minimises impact on the magical soil, rivers, trees and local vegetation that grow them.