Pine Nuts

  • Mediterranean Pine Nuts (Pignolias) Mediterranean Pine Nuts (Pignolias)

    Mediterranean pine nuts are the ultimate pine nut. These premium raw pine nuts grown in the wild are revered throughout the world for their taste and texture. These are the pine nuts your grandparents baked with! These pignolias are from the Italian stone pine, grown in Italy, Spain, and Portugal.

    $29.99
  • $15.99
  • Pine Nuts (Pignolias) Pine Nuts (Pignolias)

    A deliciously fresh pine nut ideally used in baking, cakes, cookies, salads and pesto sauce.

    $12.99
  • Pinon Nuts (Indian Nuts) Pinon Nuts (Indian Nuts)

    Pinon nuts are very hard to find, and Nuts.com is thrilled to share them with you! One taste and you will realize why all the fuss! These Indian Nuts come roasted unsalted in the shell.

    $29.99/lb
  • Raw Pine Nuts (In shell) Raw Pine Nuts (In shell)

    Raw pine nuts in the shell are perfect for birds. While these are human grade and can be roasted, please realize that these have an extremely hard and thick shell that is very difficult to crack. We do not necessarily recommend these for human consumption.***Note: These are not Pinon Nuts (Indian Nuts).***

    $9.99/lb

From our family to yours, since 1929

Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.

“I am extremely satisfied with this service. For sure I will be ordering from this company again and again. it is not only because the company shipped it fast, but also the quality of the product. I ordered pine nuts in shel,l and I received prime pine nuts that were fresh and of good size. Pine nuts have so many health benefits: I was surprised to read reviews where customers said that they bought the nuts to feed birds(?) My advice to customers who are turned away from consuming the pine nuts because of the shell. Soak pine nuts in a hot water for several minutes and the shell becomes soft and easy to crack with teeth.”

Natalia, Farmington, NM July 10, 2014