Allergy Info:

Broad Beans themselves are a legume. They are not a peanut or a tree nut. Once they are roasted they have a similar texture and flavor of a nut. So by themselves they are non-allergenic. We produce and manufacture in a facility that is peanut free and nut free. So, we are a NON-NUT facility.

We follow strict guidelines that require our machinery be washed and sanitized before and after each time we make our roasted fava beans. These procedures are called Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).

We also perform random and scheduled tests during production and packaging to insure that we are gluten free as well as monitor other allergens.

These processes are in place to ensure no cross-contamination of any allergen in our plant.



Natural has come under a lot of scrutiny as of lately.

We are a completely natural product. The bean is natural and we use only natural flavors. We don’t use any artificial flavors, fillers or preservatives that are found in a lot of snack foods.

WE have sourced our beans from the highest quality producers we can find.


Certified Gluten Free:

Gluten is one of the top ten allergens defined by the FDA. There are certain standards for meeting Gluten Free.

The U.S. standard for Gluten Free is 20 ppm. (parts per million) Our testing has found that we are totally Gluten Free. 3rd party certification like GFCO is 10 ppm.

We are in process of working on our 3rd party certification now.

See below link for more info on certification and guidelines.


NO Trans Fat:

Trans Fat is another buzzword currently on top of the list. Nuttee Bean roasted Fava beans have no trans fat.

Trans Fat has been linked to possibly increase the risk of coronary heart disease. So by decreasing trans fat in your diet which could increase HDL the good cholesterol and decrease the bad LDL can help reduce the risk of heart disease.


High Fiber

By Mayo Clinic Staff

Looking to add more fiber to your diet? Fiber — along with adequate fluid intake — moves quickly and relatively easily through your digestive tract and helps it function properly. A high-fiber diet may also help reduce the risk of obesity, heart disease and diabetes.

Here’s a look at the fiber content of some common foods. Read nutrition labels to find out exactly how much fiber is in your favorite foods. Women should try to eat at least 21 to 25 grams of fiber a day, while men should aim for 30 to 38 grams a day.

Beans have some of the highest amounts of natural fiber.
Each 1 oz. serving of Nuttee Beans roasted fava beans in assorted flavors has 8 gms fiber.


Cholesterol Free

Nuttee Beans Roasted Fava Beans have 0 gm cholesterol.

Why Cholesterol Matters: High cholesterol is one of the major risk factors leading to heart disease, heart attack and stroke. Discover the reasons to keep your cholesterol controlled.


Complete Protein

Beans and legumes are an inexpensive food, commonly found in diets all over the world. High in fiber, calcium, and iron, beans and legumes are also a great source of protein, beans and legumes not only make a delicious meal, but often provide the full compliment of essential amino acids needed by humans.

There are 7 gms protein in every 1 oz. of Nuttee Bean Roasted Fava Beans.


Certified Low Glycemic

GI Labs Glycemic Index labs is a 3rd party certifier. Low glycemic food help control blood sugar levels and appetite. Look for the GL symbol on foods you choose.



Our product is labeled Vegan because it contains no animal products.

We are certified Vegan by the Vegan Action group. The V label on our packages the we meet all the criteria to be able to attain this label.