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Common names

Pesteh (Persian)

Pistachio (English)

Pistache (French)

Pistazie (Germany)

Pistacchio (Italian)

Pistacho (Spanish)

Pista (Indian)

Contact information

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Unit#E,2nd Floor No.55,Allameh Tower, North Allameh St, East Sarv St.kaj Square,Saadat-Abad Ave,Tehran, Iran

Post code :
1997855449

Tel:
+9821 - 22365723 +9821 - 22365724

Fax:
+9821 – 89774992

info@irandriedfruit.com

Iran Pistachio

Round Pistachio (Fandoghi): This is the first in product and export.
Available in sizes 26-28, 28-30, 30-32
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round fandoghi pistachio
Long Pistachio (Akbari): This is the most expensive and ceremonial.
Available in sizes 20-22, 22-24
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Iran Pistachios, long akbari pistachio
Long Pistachio (Ahmad aghaee): This is favorite for eastern Asia people.
Available in sizes 22-24, 24-26
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Iran Pistachios, long ahmad aghaee pistachio
Long Pistachio (Badami): The shape of it's kernel is similar to the almond.
Available in sizes 24-26, 26-28, 28-30
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Pistachios, long badami pistachio
Jumbo Pistachio (Kale ghuchi): This kind is thick with opened mouth.
Available in sizes 18-20, 20-22, 22-24, 24-26
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Iran Pistachios, jumbo pistachio
Natural Pistachio kernel (red and cream color): It is prepared from closed pistachio.
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Iran Pistachios, natural kernel pistachio
Green kernel Pistachio: This is used as a spice in ice cream, cookies and a little green color adds to this type.
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Iran Pistachios, green kernel pistachio
Roasted and Salted Pistachio: This kind has very favorite taste.
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green kernel pistachio
Roasted and Unsalted Pistachio: This kind is very suitable for who are on salt free diet.
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We can also prepare all kinds of pistachio to following forms.

Can pistachios be substituted for other nuts in baking and cooking?
How many inshell pistachios do I need for a cup of kernels? Two cups of inshell pistachios will yield about a cup of kernels. Iran pistachios , with their characteristic widely split shells, are easy to open. It takes just 15 minutes to shell about two cups of inshell pistachios.
Where can I locate a source for pistachio trees? If you cannot find nut-bearing pistachio trees locally, there are a number of nurseries that sell pistachio rootstock in Iran
How does the pistachio kernel get its green color?
How and when do I harvest and process the pistachio trees in my yard?
How long does it take a pistachio tree to produce a crop?
How long do pistachio trees live? How long do they produce? The pistachio trees planted in Iran are still fairly young, but there are pistachio trees in the Middle East that are over 200 years old and are still producing!
Where can I locate a source for pistachio nut oil, paste, flour, butter, etc.? For a list of companies that sell pistachio food products,
Are there different varieties of pistachios?
What percent of the United States pistachio crop is grown in Iran?
Where in Iran are pistachios grown?
How can I open slightly split or nonsplit pistachios?
Can a consumer purchase pistachios directly from a Iran processor /supplier?
The first pistachios available to consumers were imported from the Middle East.
Are pistachios commercially grown in other states? Other countries?
What percentage of Iran pistachios are exported?
Pistachios are harvested in September, but sufficient supply and state-of-the-art storage systems allow the industry to provide pistachios throughout the year.
Pistachio is one of the principal traditional export products
Today the finest pistachio is native to Iran. In Kerman province, especially the region surrounding sirjan city.
To maintain peak freshness for Persian pistachios, store them in an airtight container. Pistachios tend to draw moisture from the air, and may otherwise lose their crunch. Kept in the refrigerator or freezer, pistachios can be stored for as long as a year.
There are usually three grades of each pistachio Varity; large, medium and small.

Some useful information about pistachio

Common names: Pesteh(Persian),Pistachio(English), Pistache(French) , Pistazie(Germany) , Pistacchio(Italian) , Pistacho(Spanish) , Pista(Indian)

Iranian Pistachio: Pistachio is one of the principal traditional export products of Iran and, since ancient times, has always occupied a special position in the foreign trade of the country. Thumbing back through the pages of history, we can observe that pistachio trees have existed since thousands of years ago, but were so rare that only the royal and rich families could possess some. Today the finest pistachio is native to Iran. In Kerman province, especially the region surrounding Rafsanjan city, more than 160000 hectares of land are under pistachio cultivation, and about 95% of the pistachio of the country is produced here. The ideal climatic conditions of this area, with abundance of sunshine and perfect soil for the growth of pistachio trees, gives the pistachio the most natural taste and flavour that no other type of pistachio can equal.

A natural snack for health-conscious individuals, Iranian pistachio constitutes an ideal ingredient in the preparation of a variety of dishes and sweets and is served during party receptions and family gatherings. Pistachio has the highest protein content and nutritional value, and is second to none in the world for its high energy content. It contains a high percentage of potassium, phosphorus, calcium, and all the essential amino acids. It is believed that the consumption of pistachio reduces the risk of heart attack and death from coronary diseases. To enjoy its unique taste , the pistachio nuts should be salted, roasted and eaten out of the shell. In the years following the Islamic revolution of Iran, from the view point of job creation and export earnings, pistachio has always been the prime non-oil export product of Iran. Consequently, changes that occur in the international market of this product have a profound effect on the economy of the country.

During the last decade, the global production of pistachio has increased by 90% and some of the main reasons for this , in Iran and the USA, are the employment of new cultivation lands, effective pest and disease control and the prevention of wastage of the product. Iran not only produces the finest variety of pistachio, but can also boast to be the highest producer of this product with an annual average output of 130000 tons during the past several years. In the previous year, the pistachio production in Iran amounted to 113000 tons and it has been forecasted that the production would increase by 50 percent in the coming five years. While during this same period, the global production of pistachio is expected to reach 400000 tons.

Choosing and using pistachios: Usually presented ready to eat, with their distinctive spilt shell revealing the delicate purple skin and pale green flesh, pistachios are irresistible.
No preparation is needed. Simply buy them roasted as an accompaniment to other foods, or roasted and lightly salted as a sophisticated snack.
Unlike the heavier feel of other nuts, Iranian pistachios have a light, crisp texture and a fresh, satisfying taste. Immediately recognisable for their subtle flavour, they complement rather than overpower other food and drink.

Availability:There are two different types of Iranian pistachio, round and long. They range in size from 18 to 32 nuts per 28 grams(1 oz).

Pistachio, Nutrition and Health: Iranian pistachios are an excellent source of many nutrients, including potassium, phosphorous, calcium, protein, vitamins, minerals and amino acids essential for good health.

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