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Summer Sunrise

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Summer Sunrise

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When you dive into Summer Sunrise, you’ll get the pep in your step you need to take on the day from this harmonious blend of roasted and salted cashews and peanuts, jumbo raisins, golden raisins, ...

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Health Benefits

Peanuts are an excellent source of plant-based protein, fiber, and many key vitamins and minerals. Cashews are great for heart health and offer a high amount of iron and copper. Both are important for producing red blood cells in the body, which help carry hemoglobin throughout the body. Dried fruit is highly nutritious. Pecans contain monounsaturated fats such as oleic acid and phenolic antioxidants, which may help reduce the risk of heart disease. According to the National Pecan Shellers Association, adding a handful of pecan nuts in your diet helps decrease LDL / ‘bad cholesterol’ and increase HDL/ ‘good cholesterol’, which may reduce stroke and coronary artery disease. Dried fruit has similar amounts of nutrients as the fresh fruit, but it is condensed in a smaller package. One serving can provide a percentage of the daily recommended intake of vitamins and minerals, such as folate. Dried fruits in general is a good source for fiber and antioxidants like polyphenols which are associated with better digestive health.

Fun Facts

Trail Mix is a type of snack mix that was developed to be taken on hikes and other outdoor activities. Traditionally a trail mix is a hunger stilling snack mix that specifically combines dried fruits, nuts, seeds and at times chocolate. Native Americans have been eating trail mixes for thousands of years and originally included buffalo meat. Combining nuts, raisins and chocolates as a trail mix dates back to around 1910. In Australia and New Zealand they call trail mix “Scroggin”. August 31st is National Trail Mix Day.

How to Store and Select

Storing nuts correctly is important to ensure maximum freshness and taste. Whether you buy this heart-healthy snack in a 1-pound bag or in bulk they can become rancid rapidly if not stored properly. Heat exposure will cause the oils in nuts to go bad, resulting in rancid nuts. Store your nuts in the fridge or freezer (away from onions and other strong-smelling foods), this limits the exposure to light, oxygen and heat. Use containers with air-tight seals, a glass jar or plastic containers are a good option to maintain proper moisture levels. Label the products you store with dates so you know which ones to indulge in first. Make sure to let cold nuts warm up to room temperature before opening the bag. This prevents the nuts from absorbing excess moisture. If you are planning on eating and finishing the bag within a few days just storing them in an air-tight container will be sufficient.

Made in The USA

Proudly made in The USA. Shipped directly from our distribution center located in San Antonio, Texas.

Cashew (Cashew, Peanut Cottonseed and/or Canola Oil, Salt), Peanut (Peanut, Peanut Cottonseed and/or Canola Oil, Salt), Pecans, Raisin (Seedless Grapes), Golden Raisin (Sorbet Raisin, Sulfur Dioxide), Apple (Apple, Sugar, Sulphur Dioxide)
Contains Peanuts, Tree Nuts (Cashews, Pecans) and Sulfites

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 40g (1.4 oz.)
11.43 Servings Per Container
Amount Per Serving
Calories 200
% DV
Total Fat 11g 18%
Trans Fat
Saturated Fat 3g 14%
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 83mg 4%
Total Carbohydrate 23g 7%
Dietary Fiber 3g 12%
Total Sugars 13g
Includes Added Sugars
Protein 2g 4%
Vitamin D 0%
Calcium 3% 2%
Iron 5%
Potassium 0%

Store product in dry, cool conditions below 75 degrees

Processed and packaged on shared equipment in a facility that manufactures Peanuts, Soy, Wheat, Dairy, Tree Nuts, Coconut, Sulfites and Milk products. Products may contain occasional shell fragment. Please be advised that our products may contain Peanut, Tree Nuts, Soy, Wheat, Dairy, Coconut, Sulfites, Milk and/or other allergens.

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