Peeled Hazelnuts 1kg
The Hazel tree is native to all of the British Isles and Europe, and to West Asia and Northern Africa. It has been naturalized in other parts of the world. The Hazel tree is a deciduous tree growing to 6 meters, but some cultivars are small shrubs or grow in hedges. The tree's natural habitat is woods and hedgerows, and particularly the slopes of hills. The tree produces the well-known folklore Hazelnut (Corylus Avellana), also known as Filberts. Today the area along the Black Sea in Turkey is by far the largest place of Hazelnuts accounting for about 75% of global production. Hazelnuts are versatile food ingredients especially suitable for confectionary and paste purposes.