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National Nut Day set to be a cracker

Diary Note 22 July 2014


National Nut Day set to be a cracker

Event: National Nut Day
Date: Tuesday 21 October 2014
Where: Nationwide

Get ready to go nuts on National Nut Day – Tuesday 21 October 2014 is the day for all Kiwis to enjoy and explore all things magnificent about the humble and wholesome nut.

Driven by Mother Earth and Alison’s Pantry, National Nut Day is about celebrating all the different types of nuts, unearthing their many health benefits, using nuts in a range of recipes, and discovering new nut pairings.

Whether enjoyed as a snack on the go, sprinkled on cereal or used in cooking and baking, Kiwis across the country are encouraged to enjoy a daily handful (30g) of their favourite nuts as part of a healthy diet.

Visit www.alisonspantry.co.nz or www.motherearth.co.nz for further information on nuts and inspiring recipe ideas.

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