The pistachio tree is a plant that has both grown wild and been cultivated in Iran since ancient times. Thus, the wild pistachio forests in the northeast of Iran on the border with Afghanistan and Turkmenistan are already thousands of years old. It is believed that pistachios were deliberately cultivated more than 3,000 years ago.

In today's Iran, pistachio production is of considerable importance to the entire agricultural sector. The Iranian share of the total world production is about 55%.

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Nutritional values and health

Pistachios are highly appreciated as a food for its excellent qualities. The amount of energy in pistachios is very large: 100g of raw pistachios have 594 kcal. However, compared to other nut kernels, pistachio kernels have fewer calories. Due to the antioxidants in pistachio kernels, they can lower cholesterol levels, stabilize blood pressure and thus contribute to the risk reduction of heart disease. Pistachios contain healthy fats and boost the immune system due to their rich supply of valuable vitamins such as vitamin A, B1 and B2, as well as important nutrients such as iron, phosphorus and potassium.

Use of Pistachios

In Europe and the Orient, pistachio kernels are used in particular in the production of baked goods, especially sweets. In Europe, pistachio kernels are also popular in the meat industry and in the production of muesli. Of course, pistachios, mostly roasted and salted, are also eaten without any other further processing.


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