Pili Hunters Pili Nuts

5 oz bag
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$15.99

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Why You’ll Love It

It’s okay to go nuts for Coconut Oil & Himalayan Salt Sprouted Pili Nuts. These buttery morsels are grown naturally in the rich volcanic soil of Filipino rainforests and are an excellent source of 8 amino acids, magnesium, vitamin B1, and other minerals. Pili Hunters cooks each batch with a touch of coconut oil and lightly adds Himalayan salt.

SKU: 863266000227

About This Brand

Pili Hunters

Give the almonds a break and discover the power of pili nuts. Sourced sustainably from the Philippines, the rich, buttery flavor and the plentiful nutritional benefits of these wild-grown nuts from Pili Hunters will have you hooked. The History of Pili Hunters World explorer Jason Thomas stumbled upon pili nuts when he landed in the Philippines. As he fell in love with the islands, he also...
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Ingredients

sprouted pili nuts, coconut oil, Himalayan salt.

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Nutrition information

Serving Size:
1/4 cup (30g)
Servings Per
Container:
about 5
Amount per serving
% daily value
Calories
210
Total Fat
24g
31%
Saturated Fat
9g
45%
Trans Fat
0g
Cholesterol
0mg
0%
Sodium
140mg
6%
Total Carbohydrate
1g
0%
Dietary Fiber
1g
4%
Total Sugars
0g
Protein
3g
Calcium
43mg
4%
Iron
1mg
6%
Vitamin D
0mcg
0%
Potassium
149mg
4%
Thiamin
0.3mg
25%
Niacin
1mg
6%
Folate
18mcg DFE
4%
Phosphorus
169mg
15%
Magnesium
89mg
20%
Zinc
1mg
10%
Copper
0.3mg
35%
Manganese
0.7mg
30%

Contains pili nuts & coconut

119 Members have left reviews!

Great flavors

Posted   by Wendy from Burnet, Texas
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Perfect high fat low carb snack
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Delicious

Posted   by Lorelei from Burbank, California
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This is a favorite snack next to macadamia nuts. Pili Nuts are traditionally used in a sweet application in the Philippines. I don’t remember liking it that way as a kid but now love it after re-discovering it when I started on a ketogenic diet a year ago. Will be purchasing again.
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Scrumptious and expensive

Posted   by Sandra from Naples, Florida
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Great for keto. Delicious. Expensive.
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Game changer

Posted   by Christa from Riverside, California
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If you’ve never tried these, you are missing out; these are the best brand and the taste is so unlike anything you’ve ever tried! I will have these for my “keto-vore” diet since they are so high in fat and I’m sensitive to some other nuts in high quantities. Love these and only place I will buy them is Thrive for the price, I’m keeping these stocked up for sure!
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Buttery !!

Posted   by Valarie from INTERNATIONAL FALLS, Minnesota
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These nuts taste so buttery! Quite delish!
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I love these fat filled nuts

Posted   by Tiffany from Santa Rosa, California
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So much goodness in these things
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Delicious!!

Posted   by Tosha from Cambridge, Massachusetts
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So creamy and perfect.
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Buttery Goodness!

Posted   by Denitra from San Bernardino, California
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Keto perfection at it's best.
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Super salty—but cool flavor!

Posted   by Rachel from SEATTLE, Washington
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These nuts are light—almost airy to chew. The salt seems a little excessive, but each nut brings a slightly unique flavor, which really pays off with mindful eating.
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Too rich

Posted   by Cindy from GRANADA HILLS, California
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Now I love Macadamia Nuts and those are rich, but these are just too much for me. I do like the taste at room temperature, but I can only eat like 3 nuts and that’s it. I kept them in the refrigerator as the package suggests to keep them fresh longer due to their fat content, but I just didn’t enjoy them cold and I didn’t want to wait for them to come to temp. to eat. The price is also a factor. So I will stick to Macadamia nuts.
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