Karma Wrapped Cashews — These nuts are definitely different as they are roasted with the skin on, making them extra flavorful and healthy. KARMA says that they have ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) values comparable to healthy berries such as blueberries. We just like them because they’re tasty.
SNACK FOOD & WHOLESALE BAKERY Features KARMA
Entrepreneurial goodness has come full circle at KARMA Nuts. The award-winning producer of unique and breakthrough cashew snacks is expanding its line-up with five new flavor offerings, and by rolling out two new sizes to keep up with market demand for flavorful snacking nuts.
KARMA NUTS recognized as the "Most Exciting Brand" runner-up at the Green Festival Expo San Francisco in November 2016. "KARMA NUTS: Non-GMO, vegan, gluten-free protein, Kosher, Perfect for snacking for any occasion."
VegNews Magazine VEGPICKS!
"There's nothing like a handful of roasted, salty nuts to defeat a snack attack, which is why we're addicted to KARMA NUTS' WRAPPED Cashews. Dressed with just a hint of sea salt, these premium cashews are air roasted with the skin intact, leaving behind an extra layer of nutty flavor while packing a punch of antioxidants, magnesium, and zinc. And, like KARMA's other RAW and ROASTED Cashews, these nuts are Kosher, non-GMO, and gluten-free, making them the ideal shareable snack for your next get-together."
- VegNews Magazine, October 2016 Issue
Convenience Store Products selects KARMA Nuts as one of their exclusive picks of 13 New Convenience Snacks From Natural Products Expo East!
"Wrapped Cashews (air roasted in their natural skins) are the newest specialty of Karma Nuts. The Dublin, Calif.-based company said its philosophy is simple: 'Do Good. Eat Good. Feel Good.' It sells Wrapped, Roasted and Raw Cashews."
KARMA IS NUTTY
"We'll admit it: We're nuts for these ultraflavorful cashews from Karma. Roasted and left in their skins, they're more crunchy and savory than your average cashew. Stick with the plain or be bold and opt for flavors like lime, cinnamon or coconut."
-Gluten-Free Living Magazine, June 2016