This delightful and fresh nut will nourish your body and your taste buds! Our pistachio butter is made from pistachios grown by California family farmers in the rich, alluvial soil of the wondrously fertile Central Valley. We add our raw Black Sesame Oil and sesame seeds to organic pistachios and season them with honey and a dash of Royal Himalayan Pink Crystal Salt.
We are pleased that Living Tree Community Foods Organic Pistachio Butter was selected as a Silver Finalist in the 2012 SOFI Awards from the National Association for Specialty Food Trade. A panel of specialty food experts selected Living Tree Community Foods Organic Pistachio Butter as an excellent organic food product.
Packaged in a BPA-free Glass Jar.
Country of Origin: USA
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Pistachios are the most nutrient dense of all nuts Studies show that eating just 2.4 oz. (14 kernels) of pistachios each day could significantly lower LDL or “bad” cholesterol up to 4.9%! The pistachio is full of anti-oxidants, containing more cholesterol-lowering phytosterols than a cup of green tea! These little green powerhouses also have a high potency of gamma-tocopherol, otherwise known as vitamin E. Pistachios also provide high quantities of essential nutrients: thiamin, Vitamin B6, potassium, and lutein (anti-oxidant for eye health). In just one ounce, Pistachios supply 12% of the daily recommended amount of fiber, among the highest fiber provider of all nuts.
In addition to these benefits, the pistachio is a low fat and low calorie food, compared to other nuts, containing just 3 calories each. Furthermore, studies show that “two ounces per day could be incorporated into dietary strategies… without significant changes in body mass index”.