In Iran, the pistachio is known as the ‘smiling nut,’ and the ‘happy nut’ in China. It also goes by ‘green almond.’
Where do these nuts get their gorgeous green colour? The vibrant green is due to its high antioxidant levels.
The pistachio tree can live to over 150 years old; each tree averages around 50 kilograms of seeds every two years.
Vivid Green until you roast them
Our pistachio pieces possess a powerful, nutty fragrance.
These little shards have a rich, nutty, earthy, buttery and smooth taste that adds dimension and deliciousness; careful – they’re addictive.
How to use
Slivered and ready to serve; we’ve done the hard work so you can get on with garnishing, baking, cooking and snacking.
How to store
Put your precious pistachios in an airtight container in the fridge.
Packed with essential nutrients, Persian Pistachios have properties that lower your risk of heart issues and keep cholesterol levels at bay. This nutritious nut does wonders for your waistline, so snack on these low-calorie, low-fat healthy green gems.