Weaver Nut Company has been proud to supply customers of all types for nearly five decades. We’ve served retail stores, farmer's markets, restaurants, and everything in between!   

Customers have requested new types of products over the years, and we’ve expanded our inventory to meet those demands. Today, we sell everything from candies and chocolates to spices and snacks.   

But right now, we want to take some time to highlight the products that have made us a leader in our industry: NUTS! After all, they’re in our name! Since the beginning, wholesale nuts have been a cornerstone of our business and quickly made us a great place to buy bulk nuts online. We would not be where we are today without nuts, so we’re going to showcase ALL our nuts here today!   

Click the title of each section to explore the complete inventory of that nut product. Read on to learn more about all the different nuts we carry!


Almonds have been a hallmark of our inventory since 1975. We've had a mission to distribute high-quality almonds to our customers at a reasonable price from the start. This tradition of excellence has helped our business grow and continues to do so!   With 22 different products that feature almonds, it’s easy to see why they’re so popular. Whether you need Whole Raw Almonds or Cinnamon Toffee Roasted Almonds for something outside of the box, Weaver Nut Company has you covered!

Brazil Nuts   

Brazil nuts are quickly becoming one of the most popular nuts in our inventory. These versatile nuts are loaded with healthy fats, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals!   

Traditionally, Brazil nuts are used in salads, granola cakes, and brownies, but they’re also great for making food alternatives. Brazil nuts are rising in popularity because they can be used as a milk alternative for those leading a non-dairy or vegan lifestyle. You can also use them to make cheese alternatives and vegan mayonnaise.  

If you have a health-minded customer base, Brazil nuts are a must-have!


Cashews are one of the most popular nuts in the world, and it’s no surprise! They’re delicious and versatile enough to be enjoyed in various ways. Always a fan favorite, we have twenty different products that feature cashews!  

Just like Brazil nuts, you can use cashews in traditional ways like recipes and snacks. Cashews can replace almonds or peanuts in recipes for those who love nuts but want to switch things up. They're also popular among health-conscious crowds and are used for many healthy alternatives.

Filbert Hazelnuts   

Filbert hazelnuts are a great source of fiber and another very versatile nut. Hazelnuts have a sweet but subtle flavor and are primarily called for in desserts like cookies, tarts, truffles, and pies. That said, they can also complement savory entrees like pasta, ravioli, salads, and pesto. You can even enjoy them as a nut butter spread!

Macadamia Nuts  

Once upon a time, very few people had even heard of macadamia nuts, since they only grow in tropical environments. Now they’re known all across the world!   

Macadamia nuts have a rich, buttery taste. With a hint of sweetness and a creamy texture, they’re often considered a delicacy in the nut world. Best yet, they’re high in vitamin B, vitamin E, iron, magnesium, potassium, and many other vitamins and minerals.   

Macadamia nuts are a great snack that can also be ground into flour or pressed into a high smoke point oil used for cooking.


Perhaps the only nut to rival the popularity of the almond, peanuts are the quintessential nut and often the first thing people picture in their head when they think of nuts! If you plan on stocking nuts, peanuts should be at the top of your list.   Perhaps the most varied product in our inventory, we carry everything from Jumbo In Shell Raw Peanuts to Spicy Virginia Peanuts.


Pecans are making their way to the top of many people's lists for favorite nuts. Of course, we all know the fan-favorite pecan pie. But you can use pecans in sweet and savory dishes alike!   

Pecans are also a nutritious snack with health benefits. Eating a serving of pecans every day can help improve your heart health and reduce cholesterol levels!

Pine Nuts   

Though it may seem obvious, pine nuts are harvested from the seeds of pine cones of various pine trees!   

Pine nuts have a smooth, buttery taste with nutty undertones similar to cashews. Great in things like salads, sauces, and dips, pine nuts lend themselves to whatever dish you incorporate them into. They are also enjoyed in a popular Southwestern beverage called Piñon, which is a nut-infused coffee.