Raw Almonds


  • Appearance: Light-colored nuts with a thin brown skin covering the kernel.
  • Texture/Taste: Soft and slightly chewy texture with a gentle, natural nutty flavor.
  • Nutritional Profile (Typical Analysis per 100g):
    • Energy: Around 579 kCal
    • Protein: 21-25 g
    • Total Fat: 49-55 g
      • Saturated Fat: 3.7-4.4 g
      • Monounsaturated Fat: 31-35 g
      • Polyunsaturated Fat: 12-15 g
    • Carbohydrates: 22-25 g
      • Dietary Fiber: 11-13 g
    • Sugars: 3.9-4.2 g


  • Snacking: Consumed as a healthy and nutritious snack in their natural state.
  • Cooking/Baking: Utilized in recipes that don’t require roasted flavors, such as raw desserts, smoothies, salads, or as a topping for breakfast bowls.

Raw almonds are unprocessed nuts that haven’t undergone any roasting or heating treatments. They typically feature a light-colored kernel encased in a thin, brownish skin. Raw almonds offer a softer texture compared to their roasted counterparts and have a mild, natural nutty flavor.

Storage and Handling:

  • Packaging: Available in various forms—whole, sliced, chopped, or ground—packed in airtight containers or bags.
  • Storage Conditions: Store in a cool, dry place away from moisture and direct sunlight to maintain freshness.

Raw almonds offer a softer texture and a natural, mild nutty flavor. They are versatile and can be used in multiple culinary applications, making them a popular choice for snacking and inclusion in various recipes that don’t involve roasted flavors.