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Ingredients Pistachios Macadamia Nuts Hazelnuts Almonds Cashews
Serving size 1 oz (28g) 1 oz (28g) 1 oz (28g) 1 oz (28g) 1 oz (28g)
Calories 159 204 178 160 160
Protein, % Daily Value 6g (11%) 2g (4%) 4g (8%) 6g (12%) 5g (10%)
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