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Here you will find walnuts grown in the province of Teruel known as juglans regia, in addition to finding other products with walnuts such as walnut cream.


In our online store you can find 100% natural nuts. Certified Fernor Variety Sizes 28-36, light color, long-late maturation, pulp 40-44% of the total weight, easy to extract, very good taste quality with a sweet flavor. At the best prices on the market, for individuals and professionals.

What is Juglans Regia nut?

The Juglans regia walnut, commonly known as common walnut or walnut, is the fruit of the Juglans regia tree, belonging to the Juglandaceae family. This tree is native to Central Asia and southeastern Europe, although today it is cultivated in many parts of the world for its edible nuts.

Walnut characteristics

Hard shell: The nut is protected by a hard, rough shell that must be broken to access the edible seed inside.

Edible seed: The seed, known simply as nut, is rich in nutrients and widely consumed. It is an excellent source of healthy fats, protein, fiber, vitamins (such as vitamin E and B vitamins), and minerals (such as magnesium and phosphorus).

Flavor and culinary use: Walnuts have a mild, buttery, slightly sweet flavor. They are used in a wide variety of culinary applications, from eating them raw as a snack to including them in baking recipes, salads, sauces and more.

Health Benefits: Walnuts are known for their health benefits, including supporting heart health, improving brain function, and antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Differences between Juglans regia and other walnut species

The walnuts Juglans regia (common walnut) and Juglans nigra (black walnut) have notable differences. Juglans regia, native to Central Asia and southeastern Europe, is widely cultivated and appreciated for its thin, easy-to-break shell, and its mild, buttery flavor seed. This variety is used extensively in cooking, in baking, salads and as a snack. The black walnut, Juglans nigra, is native to North America and is characterized by its thick, hard shell and its strong, earthy flavor seed, less common in cooking due to its distinctive flavor, but its wood is highly valued in cabinetmaking.

In addition to these, Juglans cinerea (butternut) is another North American species, smaller than the previous ones. and with a thick and sticky shell. Its seed has a smooth and creamy flavor, similar to butter, and is mainly consumed fresh or in sweet products. In general, each species of nut has unique characteristics in terms of shell, flavor and uses, which influences its culinary application and its value in the timber industry.

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