Phil Lempert, the Supermarket Guru recently gave a video review of Hellas Farms Greek Pistachios for his Phil’s Food Reviews segment. In addition, Phil gave Hellas Farms a very high score on taste with a 28/30, 15/15 on nutrition & ingredients, and a 17/20 for value. Phil also notes that the Pistachios are a good source of fiber and protein. Phil gave the product a total score of 90/100!
Hellas Farms Pistachios was recently featured in Convenience Store News. CSNews highlights pistachio health benefits such as fiber and protein. They also discuss that Pistachios from Hellas Farms are “handpicked just a few miles from the Mediterranean Sea, naturally sun dried and then slow-roasted with a touch of sea salt.”
Jo-Ann Heslin from the Nutrition Experts, discussed the healthy benefits of pistachios in her new article. She highlights the ability of pistachios to help lower the risk of heart disease and the fact that shelling pistachios can help an individual eat fewer calories since it slows down eating.
Two Purple Figs recently shared a recipe Pistachio Pesto with Basil & Spinach that takes just five minutes to make! Mahy shared that she used to live near the Mediterrian Sea, which is where Hellas Farms Pistachios come from, and pistachios from that area have a “deep rich distinct pistachio taste, one that you can’t taste from any other type of pistachio. And when I got my hands on those fabulous Hellas Farms Greek Pistachios—that amazing taste just came straight back to me! “
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Neurotic Baker recently made mini doughnuts using Hellas Farms Greek Pistachios. She discusses how good they were right out of the bag, writing that when the pistachios arrive, “I will fully admit to immediately opening a bag and eating a handful right away. I just happen to love pistachios and looked forward to trying them. They were delicious. Lightly salted and naturally pistachio sweet.”
Supermarket Savvy writes, “[Hellas Farms Pistachios] are handpicked just a few miles from the Mediterranean Sea, and are a good source of fiber, protein and iron. Naturally gluten free, and flavored with a touch of sea salt.”
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PerishableNews.com is an outlet for news about all perishable food categories and they recently featured Hellas Farms Pistachios. The post discusses the product, stating, “The pistachios are harvested and prepared using traditional, non-mechanical methods, after which they are sun dried for four to five days, seasoned with sea salt for 24 hours and then slowly roasted. Hellas Farms uses specially-designed packaging to capture and ensure their natural taste and freshness.”
Vegan Magazine’s Christine Grey recently discussed how Hellas Farm’s Old World harvesting method along with new state-of-the-art packaging ensures the pistachios remain fresh. “This unique marriage of “old” and “new” results in a sophisticated taste and premium quality that sets Hellas Farms Greek Pistachios apart from other pistachios currently sold in the U.S,” she wrote.