The 2017 Walnut crop is available in our website store!

The 2017 Walnut crop is available in our website store!

New crop is available on our website store!  6 pound and 10 pounds boxes are ready for shipment just in time for Thanksgiving.  We sell shelled walnuts 365 days a year.  Our walnuts are harvested each October and then shelled and put into cold storage, awaiting your order. Ready to purchase great tasting organic walnuts? Please visit our Web Store.

6 Responses to “The 2017 Walnut crop is available in our website store!”

  1. Dr.Moitra says:

    Hello again, any projections when the 2017 harvest will be available in the web store ?

    • Donalyn Fillmore says:

      Thank you for the message. We are working on planned improvements to our shelling operation. Our 2017 walnuts have been harvested and the hulling/drying is complete. We hope to have new shelled crop available in the next few weeks.
      Donalyn Fillmore

  2. Charlotte Rooks says:

    I would like to order 2017 crop of shelled walnut halves. My husband has a peanut allergy and your walnuts are safe. How do I order? What is the minimum order? I don’t know the difference between air dried or heat dried. Is one better than the other? Please help me. Thank you.

    Charlotte

    • Donalyn Fillmore says:

      Hi Charlotte,
      Thank you for the message. We are working on planned improvements to our shelling operation. Our 2017 walnuts have been harvested and the hulling/drying is complete. We hope to have new shelled crop available in the next two weeks. The minimum order will be 6 pounds, ordering will be through our website store. Air-dried means that no heat is added in the post harvest drying of the walnuts. Heat-dried walnuts are dried faster by adding a propane burner used to heat the air that dries the walnuts. As to the question of ‘is one better than the other’, that is a personal choice. Some of our customers strongly feel that no heat should be added during the drying process.
      Donalyn Fillmore

  3. Brad says:

    The box I received from you suggested storage at 33 to 40 degrees. Does freezing damage nutritional value or is it an acceptable method of storage?

    • Donalyn Fillmore says:

      Hi Brad,
      For longer term storage (more than two months) freezing is a good option. Be sure to double bag or store in glass jars to prevent the nuts from absorbing other flavors from your freezer. For shorter term storage we have seen the best results by storing in the coolest and driest section of your refrigerator. But any refrigeration is better than room temperature.
      Donalyn Fillmore

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