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I got my package out of the fridge and here is what it says:
Serving size 28 g (1 oz)
Approx 16.2 servings/pound… see more
I got my package out of the fridge and here is what it says:
Serving size 28 g (1 oz)
Approx 16.2 servings/pound
Calories 160 Calories from fat 120
Total Fat 14 g
Saturated fat 1 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
sodium 0 mg
total carbohydrate 6g
dietary fiber 3g
sugars 1 g
protein 6 g
vitamin a 0%
vitamin c 0%
Calcium 8%
iron 6%
I haven't done the math, but the difference on the package shown on line might be the serving size. Hope this info helps. see less
I got my package out of the fridge and here is what it says:
Serving size 28 g (1 oz)
Approx 16.2 servings/pound
Calories 160 Calories from fat 120
Total Fat 14 g
Saturated fat 1 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
sodium 0 mg
total carbohydrate 6g
dietary fiber 3g
sugars 1 g
protein 6 g
vitamin a 0%
vitamin c 0%
Calcium 8%
iron 6%
I haven't done the math, but the difference on the package shown on line might be the serving size. Hope this info helps.

Brenda B
· February 22, 2015
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As far as I am aware, and I just googled to check as well, no almonds currently being produced are GMO. I hadn't heard that any GM-producing corporation (like Monsanto) was even considering creating them. A non-organic almond is more likely to have pesticide residue (organic ag uses pesticides too but they're mostly … see more As far as I am aware, and I just googled to check as well, no almonds currently being produced are GMO. I hadn't heard that any GM-producing corporation (like Monsanto) was even considering creating them. A non-organic almond is more likely to have pesticide residue (organic ag uses pesticides too but they're mostly plant-based and wash off), but that's about it. see less As far as I am aware, and I just googled to check as well, no almonds currently being produced are GMO. I hadn't heard that any GM-producing corporation (like Monsanto) was even considering creating them. A non-organic almond is more likely to have pesticide residue (organic ag uses pesticides too but they're mostly plant-based and wash off), but that's about it.
Dana Seilhan
· October 10, 2017
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It states steam in the product description.
Amazon Customer
· August 11, 2018
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Hi there ijust keep mine in a sealed tupperware in the pantry
amazonshopper
· May 7, 2017
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Yes
Abx
· February 9, 2019
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He's a real nice guy that takes all his daily frustrations out on almonds
Crystal
· August 22, 2018
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Never had that brand, but this almond flour is great quality, not gritty, stands up well in recipes....overall a great product. I'm a repeat customer...on our 8th bag...and I don't plan on changing brands...great price and great product!
L Frederick
· June 12, 2018
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Just an FYI, peanuts are legumes
Amazon Customer
· July 24, 2019
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It's still quite a fine grain, but definitely slightly grittier than regular flour. You'll have a different texture than normal flour if attempting to use it 1:1.
Dave P.
· February 20, 2019
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In some recipes you can use it, but I don't think the results will be as good in most cases.
Gracie Writes
· July 24, 2019