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.
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.
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Beatrice Williams Tevis December 21, 2012
“Fresh pine nuts and delicious. Arrived so fast that I just could not believe it! Splendid service and product! Bea”
Karen, Bradenton, FL December 16, 2012
“The pine nuts were just as I remembered them when I lived in Spain in the 70's. I just made pesto with them. Delicious! Thank you!”
Pat, Chicago November 10, 2012
“Wow, I think I ordered and two seconds later my yummy and fresh order arrived. Great product great service.”
Liz, Richboro, Pa August 14, 2012
“What a surprise to find such a wonderful pack of goodies at my door. They arrived super fast and fresh and yummy. I will be back for more! Thanks”
Lin, Dallas, TX July 19, 2012
“Really happy with my order for pine nuts. Nearly impossible to find them here unless you are willing to eat those from China....and I am not! Nuts arrived quickly and quality is excellent. And, by the way, it was really fun reading the box it came in!”
Heidi, Sarasota, Florida June 10, 2012
“I have a dear friend who is from Parma, Italy. I usually make the Pignolia cookies (recipe in King Arthur Cookie book) at Christmas. This year Giovanni requested I make them for his 75th Birthday (May 31)) as these are the best he has even eaten. These are the only pine nuts I use and they are fabulous. A bit more expensive? Yes, but worth every penny!”
William, Doylestown, PA May 3, 2012
“If anyone out there has had a real case of "Pine Nut Mouth" (google it), you know it is terrible! Everything tastes bitter when it gets to the back of the mouth. Wine is nauseating. All foods are rendered bitter and foul. And it lasts for two weeks. TJ's gave me my money back. Caveat: Whole foods carries them too. Asian "Pine nuts" (Pinus Koraiensis) are not from the same species. These real mediterranean pine nuts (Pinus Pinea) are worth every penny if you love pignoli nuts.”
ro March 14, 2012
“I ordered the medeterranian pine nuts. I loved the texture, and taste of them. Great price too!”
Michele December 31, 2011
“Long story. Last week I made Italian pignoli cookies using pine nuts from Trader Joe's. Don't know if it was a bad batch, but I had an awful bitter taste in my mouth for several days. Some online research revealed that some people are sensitive to pine nuts from China, where most of them are grown these days. NutsOnline to the rescue - one of the few sources of European pine nuts. Ordered yesterday, can't believe UPS brought them today, just in time to bake up a new batch of cookies for New Year's Eve. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!”
Jorden, Dover, NH December 12, 2011
“THANK YOU for offering non-Chinese pine nuts!!!
I can't begin to tell you how grateful I am-these are beautiful AND delicious!”
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Richard, Fairfield, CT April 24, 2014
“Very fast service indeed! I look forward to using the pignoli this weekend.”
Serving Size 28g (~1 oz.)
(Approx. 16.2 Servings/Pound)
|Amount Per Serving|
|Calories From Fat||111|
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Store open or closed under refrigeration for up to 6 months. This item can be frozen.
Country of Origin: Spain
|5 Pound Bags|