The most important farming area for hazel nut (Coryllus avellana) is in Turkey, where it is grown in a 50 km wide zone by the Black Sea. Hazel blooms in January-February, rests for the coldest period and continues to grow again in April. Harvest time is in September-October. For baking and to be eaten as they are.
May contain traces of peanuts, other nuts, soy and sesame seeds.
|Nutritional values/100 g|
|Energy||2779 kJ/664 kcal|
|of which saturated||4,5 g|
|of which sugar||4,9 g|
|Dietary fibre||9,4 g|
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