FBOMB Macadamia Nut Butters are made from natural dry roasted macadamia nuts.
Quantity included: 10 (1-ounce) individual packets
Available in four flavors:
- Macadamia Nut Butter with Sea Salt
- Macadamia Pecan Nut Butter with Sea Salt
- Salted Chocolate Macadamia Nut Butter with Sea Salt
- Macadamia with Coconut Nut Butter Blend
The Fat Facts (swipe through product photos to see nutrition facts for other flavors):
- No added sweeteners, either real or artificial
- Free from sunflower, peanut, "canola" (rapeseed) oils
- Produced in a peanut-free facility
Keto-Friendly, Paleo-Friendly, No Sugar Added*, Gluten-Free, Vegetarian, Vegan*, Dairy-Free*, Peanut-Free, Non-GMO Project Verified
*Does not apply to Salted Chocolate Macadamia Nut Butter
Macadamia nuts are known for their high-quality fat profile, with a very pleasant and mild taste. It’s the highest density energy source of its kind and is superior to most of the energy shots and bars out there. Perfect for hiking the Grand Canyon, a mid-day meal replacement, or a snack on-the-go! Knead the packet to mix it up, tear off the top, and enjoy the smooth, creamy, and tasty power of fat-based energy wherever you are!
FBOMB Nut Butters are one of the best high-fat snacks you can find. We make them using a proprietary cool-grind process that produces a creamy base texture with a few small nut chunks. We believe this unique texture provides the ultimate nut butter experience! Nobody else has nut butters like ours and we hope you love them as much as we do.
As a natural product, FBOMB nut butters will separate inside the pouch, so be sure to knead the packet before opening and consuming. Whether you’re a packet squeezer or a bottom-up pouch roller, you can enjoy a premium high-fat treat wherever life takes you.
We are proud to announce Non-GMO Project verification for all of our nut butters. We have always used non-GMO ingredients and pride ourselves on using the best quality available, but now we're officially verified! To learn more about the Non-GMO Project and the great work they are doing, please visit www.nongmoproject.org.