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Posted 9 April 2023

California Almonds, 7 x 200 g = 1.4kg £11.74 @ Amazon

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Amazon Brand - Happy Belly California Almonds, 7 x 200 g

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Happy Belly California Almonds,. Pack of 7 x 200g. Happy Belly Whole Almonds feature a subtle, buttery flavour and just the right amount of crunch

  • Flavour California almonds
  • Brand Happy Belly
  • Item weight 1.58 Pounds
  • Speciality Vegetarian, Vegan
  • Diet type Vegetarian
  • Package weight 1.49 Kilograms
  • Number of items 7
  • Units 1400.0 gram
  • Pack of 7 x 200g

Happy Belly Whole Almonds feature a subtle; buttery flavour and just the right amount ofcrunch
Premium whole almonds are natural and unsalted
Warning: May contain an occasional nut shell fragment
Flavour : California Almonds

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  1. jimcat's avatar
    This works out to £8.39/kg (or £7.96/kg SS)
  2. v5535's avatar
    Farmers they're grown by ?
    RedDevilPJB's avatar
    Yes Yoda
  3. sacko's avatar
    Each winter, billions of honeybees are prematurely woken from hibernation, trucked into California and exposed to a “soup” of bacteria, parasites and toxic pesticides -- so they can serve as pollinators for the fast-growing almond milk industry. They end up sick and exhausted, and many don't make it back.
    Frog100's avatar
    I'm sure it's not pleasant, however a honeybee only lives for about 30 days in any event, so it's not like an individual honeybee would have glowing future prospects if there wasn't human exploitation

    I think more concerning is California farmers continuing to cultivate these things when there's a long running severe drought in the state. Almonds require ridiculous amounts of water to grow - 1.1 gallon per single almond - so probably the worst choice
  4. rcha's avatar
    Any difference between these and the Lidl ones (200g for £1.69 which works out £11.83 for 7 packs)
    Frog100's avatar
    And the same price in Aldi last time I looked
  5. sampatel28's avatar
    In UK you can buy £6.50 a kilo
    amour3k's avatar
    Where from please?

    As I LUVVVVVVVVV almond's. :-D

  6. wakkaday's avatar
    Are they from California? I thought American goods are expensive to be import here in uk
    surreykw's avatar
    Packed in Germany according to the packaging.
  7. deleted2904940's avatar
    I hope these are activated.
    _Sparky_'s avatar
    Me too, I don't have wifi.
  8. madazan's avatar
    Cheaper with S&S
  9. Sycric's avatar
    harvested in California's Central Valley, probably by the truck load and packaged in Europe.
  10. Wise_Turkey's avatar
    Good deal, though for those who only want a small amount, in Aldi their Whole Almonds (200g) is £1.69 per pack or
    £8.5 per kg, so only a little dearer.
  11. BT1978's avatar
    Super- heat
  12. conorlap's avatar
    Can these be milked?
    ZwoBOTT's avatar
    have you got a cow at hand ?
  13. bdrl's avatar
    £1.39 per 200gm pack at Home Bargains & £1.49 at Lidl (baking section)
    Rudess's avatar
    do they sell these? I don't think so. They are selling their own brand.
  14. Rudess's avatar
    Didn't try these ones, but the Brazil nuts of this brand is excellent.
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