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.
Turkish Pistachios (Antep)
These are the most popular Turkish pistachios. Antep Turkish Pistachios, the closest to the supreme Iranian variety, are the smallest pistachio a little harder to open than the California, but pack the most punch. These roasted and salted nuts are the sweetest pistachios we sell.
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Dick, Shreveport, La March 7, 2011
“The Turkish pistachios were awesome! Very close to what I enjoyed while stationed in Turkey. They are so much better than supermarket California nuts it's not even close. I will be baaaaaack! ”
Donna, Glen Burnie, MD March 3, 2011
“For years I bought my Antep Pistachios from another site - and quality of the nut kept going down. They just lacked their usual intense flavor (& they are not inexpensive nuts!). So I tried Nuts Online and I am a NEW HAPPY CUSTOMER!!! They will keep getting my business!! THANKS SO MUCH!”
Maggy February 16, 2011
“You guys Rock!!!!! I love these Pistachios. These are the real ones. THANK YOU!!!!!”
Fran, Massapequa Park, NY February 8, 2011
“We have received our pistachios and have to say they are delicious.”
Kevin Henry, Mason Neck, VA February 2, 2011
“This is my second order. It's my second order because the first one went so well. I came to Nuts Online looking for Turkish Pistachios. I found them to be of good quality and the service is great. Constant notification of order, shipping, and delivery. I can't ask for anything more..... except a free pound of Antep pistachios hahahahaha. Just kidding. You guys are great!”
Bruce, Washington, DC January 25, 2011
“I had a few friends over to watch a football game. I set out a bowl of Turkish Antep pistachios along with other snacks. The 2 lbs of pistachios were consumed before halftime. I lied about not having more. You have four new customers! Nutsonline, your products are the best! BET”
Janet T. O'Keefe, Flint, MI January 19, 2011
“This was my second order and the delivery and products were phenomenal both times. My only request is if you could find a way to make your treats slightly less addictive it would be better for my waistline and budget. :-)”
Richard, Marietta, GA January 16, 2011
“I spent some time of my USAF years stationed in Turkey and became quite addicted to their Pistachios. Decades have passed with me telling my friends that there were much better Pistachios but unable to obtain them. Now having found NutsOnline.com I can treat myself and show others just what I've talked about all of these years!
Thanks for such quick and accurate service.”
Michelle January 2, 2011
“I only eat the Turkish Antep. No comparison to the California pistachios. You can't eat just one. Very additive.”
Brittany, Rochester, MN December 21, 2010
“The military stationed my husband and I in Turkey for 2 years, it had its ups and downs... one of the "ups" was the delicious foods we got to try while over there... one of those foods being Turkish Pistachios... we have been stateside for a year now and all I hear are my husbands cries for Turkish Pistachios... when I found your site I was thrilled, but he KNEW the Turkish Pistachios could NEVER be the REAL thing. We were PLEASANTLY surprised when we received our authentic Turkish Pistachios!! I will definitely be ordering bags of these at least a few times a month!! Thank you!!”
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Annette, BRONX, New York February 25, 2014
“I never ordered pistachio nuts online before, but i had a craving and did not want to travel and search for turkish ones. They came on time the very next day and they were delicious! I would order Antep pistachios on a daily basis...If you need any testers for new products let my family know. I am now a life long customer and will be ordering again soon. Thanks for selling such a superior product.”
Serving Size 30g (~1.1 oz.)
(Approx. 15.2 Servings/Pound)
|Amount Per Serving|
|Calories From Fat||110|
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Approximately 470 pieces per pound.
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