Botanical Name: Juglans

Culinary Walnuts are rich in antioxidants that can help fight oxidative damage in your body, like damage due to “bad” LDL cholesterol, and so on. Culinary Walnuts are a great source of the plant form of omega-3 fat, which may help to reduce the risks due to heart disease. Culinary Various plant compounds and nutrients present in walnuts may help decrease inflammation which is said to be the key culprit in many chronic diseases. Culinary Walnuts nourish your body and benefit the bacteria that live in your gut. This may promote the health of your gut and may help reduce the risk of diseases.


Walnuts are rounded, single-seeded stone fruits of the walnut tree. Walnuts are rich in fats, fiber, vitamins and minerals. The Walnut exporter in India exports tonnes of the product abroad from India. This Walnut export from India has been increasing over the years. This may be because of the several health and medicinal benefits of walnuts. The Indian Walnut exporter, therefore, is earning good revenues from this export. The Walnut export includes the export of various varieties of walnuts.

Origin and Distribution

The Walnut exporter in India exported around 1874.87 MT of Walnuts to the world in the year 2018-19. This export of walnuts was worth Rs. 66.75 crores/ 9.61 USD Millions. The major Walnut import from India is done by countries like Germany, U K, USA, Netherland, France and so on. This shows that the Global Market Demand for Walnuts has been growing over the years.