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Nuts to You

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1328 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19107-5311
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vacatongal wrote a review Jun 2018
101 contributions85 helpful votes
I’ve been ordering from the website for a while now. The nuts are so fresh, and of a high quality. But that’s only part of the story. I’ve tasted a variety of foods, popcorn, jams, and candies. What a treat! The prices are reasonable. So! When in Philly this last weekend I stopped in to pick up a few items. The store is immaculate, not to mention the friendly service and wide selection of items. Love this place!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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City_Jetting wrote a review Jul 2017
Aberdeen, Maryland243 contributions81 helpful votes
Good place to get nuts, and treats, however if you are a true roasted nut guru you may want to pop the roasted ones in oven for a bit more cook time. Other than that.Nice selection of goodies. A bit pricey, but that's all in Philly.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Richard B wrote a review Mar 2015
Elkins Park22 contributions13 helpful votes
Nuts to you has the best selection of FRESH nuts and candies in the area. We stock up there at least twice a month!
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Date of experience: March 2015
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August W wrote a review Dec 2014
Charleston, South Carolina12 contributions13 helpful votes
When I was in Philly, I was staying at the Morris House Hotel which is about a block or so from Nuts to You. I am a candy fanatic. I love candy. Cannot get enough of it and I will drop LOADS of cash in a good candy store. I know Nuts to You specializes in, well, nuts, but they have an amazing selection of spices, candy, and other snack foods like wasabi peas. I found out about Nuts to You because the Morris House Hotel keeps little class dishes of candy all around the hotel. The candy comes from Nuts to You. I was really digging these hard candies so I went over to the tiny little store. The store seriously is tiny, but man, they pack so much stuff in there! The variety in this store is amazing. I stayed in Philly for about 5 days and I went to this store 3 different times. First: the prices. Holy smokes, how low they are! In Charleston, SC, buying a pound of candy will cost you about 8-10 dollars (for non-chocolate candy). At Nuts to You, they actually do this amazing thing where they price pounds of candy differently. So, for example, Napoleon sour balls have to be imported, so they're 5.49 a pound (SO REASONABLE!), BUT the hard candy mix that Morris House staff leave out for guests was only 1.99 a pound (HOLY CRAP SO CHEAP!). My mom also bought a one pound bag of wasabi peas for like 2.99 (in Charleston, 8 oz of wasabi peas will cost you 5-6 bucks). Second: the selection! They have an awesome array of stuff, from chocolate-covered orange peel to Wow! Gummy Worms to all kinds of spices to all kinds of nuts (obviously). The pre-bagged candy is the best thing in the world because having to bag candy yourself (especially gummies) makes it too easy to accidentally buy 3-4 pounds (especially if there isn't a scale available). Some pre-bagged candies can be split into a 1/2 lb so I was able to get Haribo grapefruit slices for like 2 dollars and some change for a 1/2 lb. Which is a LOT of candy. I didn't buy any nuts, but I can say that Nuts to You has these candies: Napoleon sour balls, lemon drops, hard candy mix (which has cinnamon candies, orange/peach/lemon/apple candies, butterscotch candies, mints), gummy worms, gummy bears, butterfly gummies, dinosaur gummies, Haribo fruit salad mix, Haribo grapefruit slices, candied fruit slices, lemonheads (regular sized, not the large balls), jelly beans, chocolate-covered anything you can think of (nuts, fruit peels, raisins, etc), and a GREAT selection of sugar free candies (for the diabetic and/or health conscious person in your life!). Seriously. If you love nuts, spices, and/or candy, go to Nuts to You. If you don't like any of those things, go there anyway because all the stuff in there makes awesome gifts. And seriously, their sugar free selection is the best selection I found in Philly.
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Date of experience: December 2014
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Santorin3 wrote a review Apr 2014
Guangzhou, China481 contributions91 helpful votes
Small shop specializing in all kinds of good-quality dry food. Most popular, the wonderful nuts and dried fruits. One can also buy rice in small packages. Attractive displays and reasonable prices. Every item is wrapped up nicely and the service personnel are top-notch. There are several other Nuts To Go outlets in Philadelphia but this branch has the most convenient location.
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Date of experience: April 2014
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