Pistachios are predominantly natives of the Middle East, America and Central Asia. They are grown on small tender trees, under warm arid conditions. The pistachio being a smooth, twin-shelled nut, housing a small, oval, green kernel. Pistachios can be eaten raw, by removing the kernel from its shell. They are much used as a colouring and flavouring for a wide range of foods, some savoury and many sweets, including nougat and ice cream.
Suitable for vegetarians
Suitable for vegetarians Nutrition Value: Typical Values per: 100g
Of which saturates 6.2g
Of which sugars 7.6g
Salt 1.2g Country Of Origin: UK