Raw Pine Nuts (In shell)

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  1. $9.99/lb
  2. $9.69/lb
  3. $7.99/lb (bulk - not individually packaged)
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Certified: Gluten-Free Kosher

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).*** Find Pinon Nuts (Indian Nuts) over here.

Customer Reviews

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“Uhhhhh, my orphaned squirrel is, well, nuts for your raw in-the-shell pine nuts. Likes your mixes, too. ”

June 9, 2010

“My regular supplier of pine nuts stopped carrying them and I tried another place and they carried pinon nuts. My yellow collar macaw, Oz, wouldn't touch them and we were desperate! They are his fav food and treat! Found you online and he is thrilled and so am I!! Thanks for your great service. I'll be back! (This is my second order from you).”

, Bessemer City, NC May 23, 2010

“Loved my order! The parrot has pronounced the pine nuts in shell as "WANT SOME!" which is awesome praise from him. He's picky.

Thank you!”

May 6, 2010

“What a fantastic company to deal with. I had just about given up on finding pine nuts in the shell for my parrots when I came across your website. The nuts arrived as promised and my parrots are so happy. Thanks!!!!”

May 5, 2010

“Thanks for shipping my pine nuts so quickly. They are for my cockatoo and he was running low. He sends his thanks, too.

, Hazen, AR April 20, 2010


, clovis, ca April 12, 2010

“Recently, I have been unable to locate pinenuts for my birds so I am happy that I found you. Will now try some of your other products as well!!

, San Clemente, Ca April 11, 2010

“You made my mini Macaw verrrrry happy. Thanks for the speedy delivery..Now I know where you are.”

, Roanoke, Virginia April 7, 2010

“Very Fast Service. I have a 22 year old Goffin Cockatoo that considers "Raw Pine Nuts" his favorite. I have always given him a wide variety of foods to eat. And in his 22 years of life he has never been sick. What he turns down I toss to the chickens. When the cage door is open he has free flight through out the house and usually rides around perched on my head, preening what is left of my hair and loves to shower under the kitchen faucet. He doesn't like the dried fruits and vegi's or kibble, that come in most parrot mixes, or cooked human food. His father was one of the last wild caught birds brought into this country before than ban was enacted, and as a baby, before I acquired him, he was not hand fed, so his food demands are for things as nature would supply. Definitely not "Dehydrated". Raw green beans, Raw Potato, Vidalia Onion, and other vegetables. Walnuts, Pecans, Brazil Nuts and raw Pistachios are among his regular diet. But his favorite is Pine Nuts, he will scoop out his whole dish looking for them and for some reason my former supplier quit carrying them. So you will most likely be hearing from me again.
I hope this is one of the "Nuttier Stories" you've heard from your Customers.

Thanks, and have a great day.

Larry ”

, Concord, Michigan February 12, 2010

“Dear Sandy, David, Jeffery, and Kenny...absolutely great service from a very friendly group!! You have made my Ruby Macaw's day...will be sure to get in touch when she eats them all!! (nobody sells pine nuts in the shell that I can fine!!) Tnx a bushell, Kathy B”

January 26, 2010

“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.”

, Farmington, NM July 10, 2014

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 28g (~1 oz.)
(Approx. 16.2 Servings/Pound)

Amount Per Serving
Calories 188
Calories From Fat 160
Total Fat 19g 29%
Saturated Fat 1g 7%
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 1mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 4g 1%
Dietary Fiber 1g 4%
Sugars 1g
Protein 4g
Vitamin A 0% Calcium 0%
Vitamin C 0% Iron 9%


Pine Nuts in the shell.

Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.

Approximately 500 pieces per pound.


Store open or closed under refrigeration for up to 6 months. This item can be frozen.

Country of Origin: China

ID: 2014

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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.

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