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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Pam, PA March 11, 2010
“When my local purveyor of pistachios stopped carrying them, I panicked! I don't like the ones from California; they're too big, too sweet and they don't have the right bite. I turned to the internet to try my luck. I discovered NutsOnline and decided to take a chance. I placed my order, received the acknowledgment and waited. I placed the order on a Saturday and my nuts arrived, just as promised, on the following Wednesday. I opened the box and gently lifted out my bag of treasure. I opened the bag, took a nut, cracked it open, popped it into my mouth and I was immediately in heaven! They are fresh and tasty and exactly what I was hoping for! This was my first experience with the NutsOnline family and I think it will become a lasting relationship. Thank you, NutsOnline Family!! You have a very satisfied customer in Pittsburgh. Keep up the good work!”
Georgina, Selden, New York March 5, 2010
“I can't believe I ordered them on Thursday night and received them on Friday. What a nice surprise!!!!! The nuts are delicious. The turkish pistachios have always been my favorite and the hardest to find. Thanks a lot. You'll be getting another order from me soon!!!!!!!!!! ”
Rich March 4, 2010
“I have been getting Antep pistachios for decades from one of your competitors. They happen to be temporarily out of stock so I tried yours. They are terrific, some of the best I have ever eaten, and I am very, very fussy about my pistachios. You have a new customer.”
Don, Derry, NH February 25, 2010
“The pistachios are as good as I've ever had. I'll be back!”
Ardie, Bayside, NY February 22, 2010
“I am watching the Olympics as I write these comments. Watching the games, having a soda, only one thing missing. Antep Pistachios are missing so I ordered 5 more lbs to go along with the 4 lbs ordered over the past 2 weeks. These guys are addicting aren't they? Besides being as great as the nuts I grew up with, the shipping is unbelievable. It is early Mon AM the nuts will be here Tues about 1 PM. Pretty great shipping. ”
debra k easton February 17, 2010
“OMG !! Super Fast Shipping ! Ordered them Monday afternoon Arrived the next day !! If you want the best tasting pistachios (antep) these are it !! Thank You NUTSONLINE !! YUMMY YUM YUM !!! p.s. It's 6:30 a.m. drinking coffee and I'M EATING PISTACHIOS !!!!
Terri, Lawrenceville, NJ February 10, 2010
“Not just the best nuts. Incredible service. I ordered these late yesterday, and, even though it was late, they arrived the next morning -- in a massive snowstorm too. Just wonderful in every way. Thanks for your superior products and service. And for the free Valentine hearts too.
I love you guys.”
Karen, Roebling, NJ January 6, 2010
“Even though the Turkish pistachios are smaller, they have a much better flavor, a much more "pisatchioey" flavor and sweetness. So much better than the larger California ones! Shipping was so fast I think it arrived BEFORE I actually placed the order! <g> ;-) Karen”
Sarah, Panama City, FL December 19, 2009
“The delivery was super fast and convenient! The product was exactly as described. The Antep Pistachios are the best of the best. ”
Don, Shelton, Washington December 14, 2009
“I love all nuts but really noticed the difference between the Iranian pistachios of my youth and the domestic Kerman variety which dominates the current U.S. market. The Kerman variety was bred for size and consistent splitting and for other factors, but other than sweetness their flavor seems to have been ignored. They just don't have the flavor profile of the pistacios of old. So, Hooray when I found your Turkish Atep pistacios!! They are sweet but complex with the long pistachio finish that forces you to open another to get it again. Not quite the same as the old Iranian pistachios, more flowery actually which is really nice but with the same long pistachio finish. Thank you so much! And... Thank you for using biodegradable packing peanuts, Kudos to you!”
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Roberta, Guilford, Ct April 4, 2014
“Wow, less than 24hrs and I eat my delicious Turkish Pistachios. Thanks Nuts.com”
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.
Country of Origin: Turkey
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|5 Pound Bags|
|25 Pound Cases|