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Product Description
It all started with the alluring scent of freshly baked pistachios in the oven on festive days, the popping sound of breaking the pistachio shell and the vibrant colours of the kernels. A family tradition, built on happy coincidences and good relationships. With a sense of respect for tradition and focus on quality; rethinking original ideas to serve the demanding future. A great commitment to transparency for the consumer and respect for nature and the environment. The final idea.... to let us all taste the authentic fruits of Greece, the aroma of fresh pistachio, the scents of nature!
Ingredients
Pistachios, water and citric acid.
  • Net Weight
    230g
  • Gross Weight
    280g
  • Width
    12.6cm
  • Depth
    3.7cm
  • Height
    20.2cm
Product History
Nuts and dried fruit are products of high nutritional value. Plain as a snack, in breakfast cereal or mixed in salads, they complement a daily diet of high nutritional value. Dried fruit and such as apricots, raisins, figs, prunes, peanuts, walnuts and almonds are rich in carbohydrates, fiber, vitamins and minerals and at the same time low in fat. They are ideal for those involved in sports. The most important thing is for them to be consumed raw i.e. without salt, and in reasonable quantities.
Meet the producer: Nuts 'n Nuts
Nuts 'n Nuts

NUTS ‘N NUTS is a company founded by two sisters, Myrto and Semeli Pavlini, who decided that the family tradition would live on through their desire to take their family’s pistachio nut production into the future. The operative phrase in and key principle of their endeavor is “premium quality”and as far as their pistachio nuts go the ladies Pavlini are very fussy. Selection of the right fresh nuts is made carefully and painstakingly from the family’s farms and from other producers with similar family farming profiles. Their golden rule when entering their selection process entails the conditions under which the pistachios have been farmed and harvested, the fresh nuts’ quality and, needless to say, their looks (size, color, and exposure).

In order to maintain their stringent quality assurance standards, the Pavlini sisters send selected samples of their products to a certified laboratory for analysis. The company’s packaging materials are all suitable for food use and the processing facilities the company collaborates with operate in compliance with the ISO 22000 international standard and HACCP system.

Raw and processed pistachios alike need to be handled with the utmost care so that they may retain their quality and flavor. Impurities are removed by means of air-blowers, conventional sieves, and hand-sorting. Following that procedure, nuts are immediately packed in a nitrogen-shielded environment. They are then stored in refrigerators under conditions of controlled temperature and humidity so that their physical condition remains intact until they are ready for distribution to consumers. With a profound sense of respect for tradition and focus on quality, NUTS ‘N NUTS rethinks and re-examines original ideas that could be of service to and propel it towards a demanding future.

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Attica was first inhabited during the Neolithic era and it has always had a central role in the historical events of Greece. Its mythical past is also of particular interest, since it was the city favoured most by the twelve Olympian gods. During ancient times, Athens, and Attiki in general was a great economic, political, intellectual and cultural force, culminating during the "Golden Age of Pericles".The Acropolis of Athens was built during that time, along with the architectural monuments of the Sacred Rock of the Acropolis and many other great buildings.The Peloponnesian War, the expansion of Alexander the Great’s empire, the Roman occupation, the spreading of Christianity, the Byzantines' contempt, the arrival of the Francs, Catalans and Venetians, and finally the period of the Ottoman occupation, all marked the history of Attiki, right up to the year 1834, when Athens was nominated capital, of the finally independent Greek state.

The landscape of Attiki is characterized by the Athenian blue sky, the sun and the glorious shades that the sunset brings out on its stone mass.Also worth mentioning, are the mountains that surround the basinof Attiki with their characteristic vegetation, the national parks, the forest of Kessariani, the wetlands of Mesogeia and the beautiful sandy beaches. One can also spot native and migratory birds, visit countless archaeological sites and walk along the narrow streets of the picturesque area of Plaka, admiring the balconies of its magnificent neoclassical buildings.

In Greek Mythology, legend goes that Dionysus, god of wine and merrymaking, entrusted the inhabitants of Attica with the cultivation of the grapevine and the art of winemaking. The terroir of Mesogia, Attica, renowned for its wines, is Greece’s oldest. It is where the celebrated grape variety “Savvatiano” is grown and where Retsina, the queen of Attica wines, reigns supreme. Retsina is under a Traditional Appellation certification as its unique, traditional traits guarantee a product of special taste and true Greek character. Apart from Mesogia, the region of Attica also includes the area of Piraeus which is Greece’s and the eastern Mediterranean’s largest port celebrated for its strategic and trading significance since ancient times. Today, it is Greece’s and the Greek economy’s largest hub of commercial activities and has the highest passenger traffic among European ports. The Prefecture of Attica is often a preferred destination for visitors as it combines countless, breathtaking vistas with a wide range of entertainment and culinary choices

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Greek raw unsalted pistachios from Attica "Nuts 'n Nuts" 230g

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Product code: 001410 Gross Weight 280g
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