Filberts (In Shell) per lb - NEW CROP

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In shell filberts (hazelnuts). Sold by the LB.

Filberts, In Shell

(Also known as hazelnuts in shell)

Average Nuts per Pound: 100 (about 6.25 nuts per oz) Product of Oregon (United States)

1 cup = 4.1 ounces of in shell filberts (hazelnuts) 3.9 cups = one pound

Quantity is the number of pounds you are buying. Price is the price per pound for the nut. To help protect the environment by minimizing packaging, your purchase will be shipped in bulk. One bag for each item you purchase regardless of the number of pounds.

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  • 5
    Reasonably priced.

    Posted by Robin on 13th Apr 2018

    Best most fresh Hazel nuts I have eaten in a very long time. I have already consumed them all.

  • 4
    Hazel Nuts

    Posted by Lloyd French on 9th Apr 2018

    Nuts were in decent condition and delivered quickly. The box took some rough handling and was ripped open, but the interior bag was intact.

  • 5
    Filberts (In Shell) per lb - NEW CROP

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Apr 2018

    very good

  • 5
    very good quality!

    Posted by John on 2nd Apr 2018

    You will not go wrong with Argires Products!

  • 5
    will buy again

    Posted by pat on 26th Mar 2018

    will buy again. great products. keep up the good work!

  • 5
    Great Nuts and Great Service

    Posted by WendyS on 13th Mar 2018

    The filberts I received from ANuts were great; squirrels love them! The order process was smooth and easy, and delivery was very fast. Pricey shipping is my only negative comment.

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Mar 2018

    Feeding a squirrel...he loves it!!

  • 5

    Posted by Dean robison on 23rd Feb 2018


  • 5
    I bought these for our squirrels

    Posted by Richard on 17th Feb 2018

    The shipment arrived quickly and very well packaged. I noted that they are human food grade and they taste delicious. It took our squirrels a day before they realized they were food. Now they either run up and shell and eat them immediately or more annoying, dig a hole in the lawn and bury them for later. Good value