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Nuts in honey

Nuts in honey

  • Omega-3 snack
Regular price 6,20 €
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Slovenian walnuts in acacia honey are a magical gift of nature for children and adults. They are also particularly excellent in ice cream, Greek yogurt or in a fruit pile. Crunchy nuts soaked in honey can be eaten on their own.


Take one teaspoon each morning for energy support.

Enjoy by the spoonful or drizzle over lattes, smoothies, toast and more.


  • Slovenian walnuts.
  • Acacia honey (Slovenian).
    Always without artificial colors, preservatives and refined sugars.

Attention: Not for people with asthma or allergies to pollen or bee products and Nuts . Consult your doctor before use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or for use in children.


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Slovenian walnuts

These nuts are rich in omega-3 fats and antioxidants. Walnuts are most often eaten on their own as a snack, but they can also be added to salads, pasta, breakfast cereals, soups and baked goods.

Acacia honey

Aroma of virgin honeycomb, fresh wax, acacia flowers; occasionally after the flowers of fruit plants, floral (violets, roses), fruity after apples, pears, sometimes after vanilla, cream candies. A weak aroma intensity is characteristic.

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The quality of Slovenian Honey

The next big advantage of the Slovenian beekeeper's honey is that it has not traveled long distances . The product of these very long distances, often incorrect storage and mixing of honey from different parts of the world pose a significant risk that the quality of the final product will decrease.


Every natural honey solidifies after a certain period of storage, this is a phenomenon called honey crystallization. In this way, honey is naturally preserved for a longer period.

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