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Sultanas

Sultanas

For the real natural sweetness, we love using sultanas in our recipes. We pick the biggest, plumpest juiciest varieties we can find. Golden and bursting with flavour, they’re the perfect partnership when paired with our big chunks of crunchy brazil nut.

Oats

Oats

Our specially selected whole grain oats have been chosen for their larger and juicer grains. When rolled and roasted this gives them a much lighter, crisper texture and a nuttier taste.

Buckwheat

Buckwheat

Grown all around the world for centuries, buckwheat is not actually a cereal, though it can be used in much the same way as wheat or barley. The great thing is though, buckwheat is totally gluten free.

Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower Seeds

Our special toasted blend of delicious mixed seeds wouldn't be the same without sunflower seeds. They are the fruit of the sunflower and we think they add sunshine to our recipes.

Coffee Beans

Coffee Beans

Even though we call them beans, coffee beans are actually seeds from the coffee plant. The fruits – coffee berries – most commonly contain two stones with their flat sides together. We love coffee at Eat Natural and couldn’t help putting it in one of our bars.

Peanuts

Peanuts

Has there ever been a food quite as under-rated as the humble little peanut? We adore these lovable legumes-so much flavour and crunchiness in a perfect little package, with more protein than any type of nut. ‘Willpower’ they say, ‘is the ability to eat just one’.

Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds are nutritional powerhouses wrapped up in a very small package. They have a wide range of nutrients, but we love them for that extra little, tasty crunch they add.

Hazelnuts

Hazelnuts

Sweet, small and succulent, our hazlenuts are lightly roasted in our very own ‘Fruit and Nut Spa’ at the eat Natural Makery to enhance their crunchiness.

Cashews

Cashews

If you think they’re just ‘big posh peanuts’ you couldn’t be more wrong. Whilst peanuts are legumes that grow underground, cashew nuts are actually the shelled seeds of the exotic cashew apple – a tree-grown fruit and a delicacy in Goa, where ours originate.

Plums

Plums

Our luscious Californian dried plums are absolutely bursting with natural sweetness. Dried plums or ‘prunes’ have been enjoyed for generations as a tasty way to load-up on the dietary fibre we need.

Walnuts

Walnuts

Walnuts are one of the most popular and versatile of all nuts. Slightly sweet bitter in flavour, they are great eaten raw or cooked, in either sweet or savoury dishes. Walnuts are a delicious way to add flavour and crunch to a recipe, and that’s just what we’ve done.

Apricots

a turkish delight

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Popcorn

Popcorn

To get the perfect popcorn for this recipe, the maize has been popped by hand, the old-fashioned way, in traditional popping pans. Only the very best corn kernels have been used to make the biggest, fluffiest, crunchiest popcorn pieces possible.

Raisins

Raisins

We’re ever so proud of our wonderfully plump and extremely juicy jumbo raisins and sultanas. Our raisins are made by sun-drying the deliciously sweet ‘Flame’ variety of red grapes, from Chile.

Almonds

Almonds

We love almonds at Eat Natural. Ours are specially selected from California for their delicious sweet taste and texture. If that weren’t enough, we then roast them gently, for that extra flavour and crunchiness, right here at the Eat Natural Makery.

Cranberries

Cranberries

A cranberry is not just for Christmas you know? These little bouncing balls, bursting with goodness, are perfect all year round. Slightly sweetened to make them less sharp, and acidic, these normally festive friends are filled with fruitiness.

Blueberries

Blueberries

These popular little berries have a lovely sweet taste and add a little something to many foods. You can eat them in salads or yoghurt, have them with pancakes, juice them or put them in cakes or muffins. That’s why we think they are a must at Eat Natural.

Brazils

Brazils

Brazil nuts only ever grow wild in the forest-they just can’t be cultivated like other nuts. As far as were concerned, that makes them pretty special. When it comes to their taste, that’s pretty special too. We like to use huge pieces, gently roasted for extra crunch.

Dates

Dates

Sweet like honey with a slight caramel flavour, we use in many of our recipes. Dates have been a staple food of the Middle East and the Indus Valley for thousands of years and we’re ever so glad they made their way here.

Milk Chocolate

Milk Chocolate

The unique and exclusive recipe for our gorgeously smooth, melt-in-the-mouth milk chocolate has been lovingly created to perfectly enhance the fabulous feast of fruits and nuts in this bar. Its sweet, velvet creaminess is simply heavenly.

Dark Chocolate

Dark Chocolate

Maybe it’s a tad more indulgent than the more ‘wholesome’ stuff in our bars, but don’t we all love a little bit of chocolate now and then? The thing is, our rich smooth dark chocolate is just the most wonderful accompaniment to the less ‘naughty’ bits and bobs.

Darker chocolate

Darker chocolate

We’ve discovered the perfect accompaniment to our sweet apricots, cranberries and sultanas, in this intense and fragrant 70% cocoa solids ‘darker’ chocolate. Its bitter sweet flavour is so floral and fruity, you’d think it was picked from the same trees.

Honey

Honey

To ensure we always get the very best harvest of rich, dark, clear South American honey, Eat Natural work with a select group of bee-keepers and small-scale honey producers.

Linseeds

Linseeds

Who would have thought that such a tiny little seed could pack such a punch. Subtle, nutty and slightly earthy in flavour, they are full of nutrients and a great source of gluten free fibre. Our special toasted blend of delicious mixed seeds uses golden linseeds along with sunflower seeds and crunchy pumpkin seeds.

Coconuts

Coconuts

There’s nothing quite like the taste of coconut to conjure up a feeling of tropical indulgence. That’s why we’ve mixed crisp, lightly toasted shreds into this recipe. There’s another reason too…coconut is a surprisingly good source of dietary fibre.

Macadamias

Macadamias

All our macadamia nuts come from family-run farms in South Africa - where they are lovingly nurtured and carefully harvested by hand. Their lovely creamy taste is also enjoyed by the local monkeys, who have trees planted just for them.

Spelt

Spelt

Our deliciously light and crispy spelt flakes are a great way to ‘fuel up’ for the busy day ahead. Spelt is a great alternative to wheat and is much easier to digest than other cereals.

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