Bulgarian Walnuts in shell

Walnuts are light brown in colour.
The walnuts have a slight bitter taste,
which is characteristic to this nut and
the texture is firm.
Physical and Chemical Examination:
Damaged: < 3 %
Foreign Matter: < 0.5%
Odours/Flavours: None
Moisture content: < 7 %
FFA: < 2 %
PV: < 5 Meq/kg
Microbiological Examination:
Aflatoxins B1+B2+G1+G2: < 1 μg/kg
E.coli: < 10 cfu/g
Salmonella spp: Absent
Staphylococcus: Absent
Yeast & Mould: < 10 000 cfu/g
Total Plate Count: < 50 000 cfu/g

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