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Walnuts, at the heart of your health

Walnuts score a perfect five out of five stars under the new Australian Government Health Star Rating system. This is because walnuts are naturally low in sugars and sodium, and contain: plant omega 3s and just a handful a day provides all your ALA needs, plant protein, a source of fibre, antioxidants, as well as vitamins and minerals – folate, magnesium, potassium, manganese and copper.

35 grams of walnuts contain plant omega 3s protein, fibre and vitamins

Simple, delicious recipes

Walnuts are versatile and can be used as a snack, a meat crumb, or raw or candied in a salad. They are also great for sweets including biscuits, slices & smoothies. Walnuts can be incorporated into almost any meal! Our range of recipes will help you on your way

Walnut Facts (per handful 35g)

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Picking the best

Webster Ltd is the largest commercial producer of premium-quality walnuts in Australia – approximately 90 per cent of the Australian walnut crop are grown by us.

By planting modern, vigorous, high-yielding walnut tree varieties, and applying the latest growing techniques, our walnuts are now recognised among the best in the world.

With harvesting between March and May, our in-shell and walnut kernels are market-ready in the counter season to the Northern Hemisphere – the freshest available for six months of the year. Our quality program is further strengthened by the external audit of procedures and products to guarantee the safety and integrity of our walnuts.

Walnuts contain antioxidants

Walnuts are low in sodium and contain potassium

Walnuts are a source of plant protein

Walnuts contain plant omega 3

Walnuts are a source of plant protein