DetailsThese delicious nuts grow wild in the Pamir Mountain Ranges of the Himalayan Mountains in north-eastern Afghanistan, mainly in Badghis and Herat Provinces. The kernels of the wild pistachio nut have a brown seed coat which contains antioxidants that protect the oil-rich green seed from atmospheric oxygen thereby preventing it from becoming rancid (oxidative rancidity).
- They have brilliant green kernels, fresh and crunchy
- They are rich in unsaturated fat and fatty acids
- They contain powerful antioxidants usually found in brightly coloured fruits and leafy green vegetables
- They are rich in arginine making them heart healthy
- They are an excellent source of vitamin B6, copper, manganese and magnesium as well as a good source of thiamine, phosphorus and potassium
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