“Mida" Ltd. is a company specializing in the cultivation, processing and distribution of walnuts and walnut kernels.

Over the last twelve years of successful and efficient work at the Bulgarian market and abroad, we have gained a high potential which expression is direct relationships with longstanding customers and suppliers.

Due to the professionalism and experience, our company provides to its clients speed in service, quality, technical security and adequate logistics. We are accurate, correct and this is one of the reasons we maintain excellent relationships with our clients for many years.

We appreciate the time - ours and yours. This is why we use it as efficiently as possible for quality performance of the tasks and goals ahead of us .Our team consists highly qualified professionals who prepare, organize, monitor and control the entire, complicated and specific, technological process of the kernel.

The whole experience and know-how we achieved with many years of hard work and serious ambitions. Everything we do is related to the protection of reputation and location of our company in the market and to preserve and maintain the high standards set to meet the expectations of customers.

This what we constantly create, maintain, and optimize, the current assessment of national, regional and international level, quality and standards, along with the continuous efforts and dedication of the team of the company, give us the confidence to not only continue to work successfully in the local Bulgarian and Balkan market, but also to successfully enter new markets.

Our products

Light Halves
Light Quarters
Light Mix
Small pieces
Amber Mix
Walnut in shell
Pumpkin seeds

Walnut History & Cultivation

The Royal Nut

For more than two millennia, medical practitioners have known that the walnut has healthgiving qualities; using contemporary theories, they surmised why this was so. Nevertheless, it would take twentieth- and twenty-first-century science to assess and analyze the nutritional assets and medicinal benefits of the walnut—and they are many, including omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, fiber, and numerous vitamins and minerals. Researchers have shown the diverse benefits of the walnut through many clinical studies. Because of the strong evidence of the walnut’s potential role in cardiovascular health, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved one of the first qualified health claim for a whole food in March of 2004: “Supportive but not conclusive research shows that eating 1.5 ounces of walnuts per day, as part of a low saturated fat and low cholesterol diet, and not resulting in increased caloric intake, may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.” In addition to heart health, studies have shown walnut consumption to benefit people with diabetes and cancer, promote bone health, assist with weight management, improve cognitive performance, and counteract some effects of aging.

10 fun facts about walnuts:

Did you know that:

  • Walnuts are the oldest known tree food — they date back to 10,000 BC!
  • English walnuts (also known as Persian walnuts) originate in Central Asia and were introduced to California in the 1700s.
  • 99% of the commercial U.S. supply and 3/4 of the world trade of walnuts now come from California.
  • Walnuts have always been considered important for their medicinal properties, including curing bad breath, reducing inflammation, and healing wounds.
  • More recently the nutritional benefits of walnuts have become well-known, especially their omega-3 fatty acid content.
  • The Greeks called walnuts karyon, meaning “head,” because the shell resembles a human skull and the walnut kernel itself looks like a brain!
  • Like today, a common culinary use of walnuts in the 17th-19th centuries was in salads.
  • Walnuts are only harvested once a year, between September and November.
  • Walnuts aren’t nuts. They are also drupes. Their name in Old English, walhnutu, meant “foreign nut”, from wealh, “foreign” (also the root for Wales). This was because they were introduced from Gaul and needed to be distinguished from the native hazelnut.
  • There are more than 30 varieties of commercially produced walnuts!

Send an enquiry

11 Geno Kirov str., Sofia 1225 e-mail: office@walnuts.bg

Tel/fax. +359 2 839 7575

Mobile: +359 888 261 002
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