Latest Products http://www.romasnuts.net Latest Products 17-09-29 en-us http://www.romasnuts.net 101-2 Round Pistachio Nuts http://www.romasnuts.net/101-2-round-pistachio-nuts.htm Wed, 23 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0530 This kind has the lowest amount of Aflatoxin and it is very delicious. There are two types,which come from natural open and mechanical open pistachios. Green Peeled Pistachio Kernels http://www.romasnuts.net/green-peeled-pistachio-kernels.htm Wed, 23 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0530 In Iran, this product is obtained by harvesting pistachios before they are fully ripe, so that the green hue of the kernel has not turned yellowish. These pistachios are dried in the sun (heated air drying is not allowed) and shelled. The kernels are dipped in boiling water before the softened seed coat is mechanically removed. The peeled kernels are then dried and sorted according to the intensity of their green hue. Normally, whole GPPKs are sorted to four grades of green colour. The market gives premium prices to the more intense green coloured kernels. Raw Pistachio Kernels http://www.romasnuts.net/raw-pistachio-kernels.htm Wed, 23 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0530 This kind is produced from unripe pistachios and used in confectionery and chocolate industry due to its special flavor. Badami Pistachio Nuts http://www.romasnuts.net/badami-pistachio-nuts.htm Wed, 23 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0530 This kind is the reedy shape and it is shorter than Ahmad Aghaie pistachios. The shape of its kernel is similar to the almond. Ahmad Aghaei Pistachio Nuts http://www.romasnuts.net/ahmad-aghaei-pistachio-nuts.htm Wed, 23 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0530 This kind is the most favorable type in Eastern Asia particularly in China and India. It can be described as the long shape, but the length size is the same or unequal. Akbari Pistachio Nuts http://www.romasnuts.net/akbari-pistachio-nuts.htm Wed, 23 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0530 This kind is the most expensive and exclusive types among all other Iranian pistachios. The most common character to identify this type is that the height of head and end of pistachio are near to be the same. Dried Pistachio Nuts http://www.romasnuts.net/dried-pistachio-nuts.htm Wed, 23 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0530 The scientific name for the pistachio is Pistacia vera L. It is a member of the family Anacardiaceae which contains such widely known plants as the cashew, mango and poison oak. The pistachio tree is an old tree with a great antiquity. There are many opinions about its origin; mostly know the internal area of Iran as the original region that this tree has grown there for the first time. The pistachio is a small tree, reaching about 30 feet of height at full maturity. Usual commercial plantings are approximately 120 trees per acre. They begin to produce nuts in the 4th or 5th year after planting, and good production takes 8 to 10 years, with full bearing maturity occurring after 15 to 20 years. Average yield per tree is 1/2 lb the 5th year, increasing to up to 80 lb at maturity. As though the hot and dry climate of Iran is very compatible with the characteristic of this tree it has splendor in this country more than everywhere in the world. The trees begin to bloom with the arrival of warm weather in late March. The male pollinates the female via the April winds, and the shell of the nut is fully developed by mid-May. Before June ends, the seed inside the shell has begun its rapid expansion and by the first of August, the seed has filled the shell. The nuts, splitting at the seams, are usually ready to be harvested beginning September 10th. Roasted & Salted Pistachio Nuts http://www.romasnuts.net/roasted-salted-pistachio-nuts.htm Wed, 23 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0530 The scientific name for the pistachio is Pistacia vera L. It is a member of the family Anacardiaceae which contains such widely known plants as the cashew, mango and poison oak. The pistachio tree is an old tree with a great antiquity. There are many opinions about its origin; mostly know the internal area of Iran as the original region that this tree has grown there for the first time. The pistachio is a small tree, reaching about 30 feet of height at full maturity. Usual commercial plantings are approximately 120 trees per acre. They begin to produce nuts in the 4th or 5th year after planting, and good production takes 8 to 10 years, with full bearing maturity occurring after 15 to 20 years. Average yield per tree is 1/2 lb the 5th year, increasing to up to 80 lb at maturity. As though the hot and dry climate of Iran is very compatible with the characteristic of this tree it has splendor in this country more than everywhere in the world. The trees begin to bloom with the arrival of warm weather in late March. The male pollinates the female via the April winds, and the shell of the nut is fully developed by mid-May. Before June ends, the seed inside the shell has begun its rapid expansion and by the first of August, the seed has filled the shell. The nuts, splitting at the seams, are usually ready to be harvested beginning September 10th. 101-6 Round Pistachio Nuts http://www.romasnuts.net/101-6-round-pistachio-nuts.htm Wed, 23 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0530 This kind is the most famous pistachio in the world. As it is round in shape and small in size, it is well known among the other types of pistachios. Fandoghi pistachio is the primary product for export. Kaleh Ghuchi Jumbo Pistachio Nuts http://www.romasnuts.net/kaleh-ghuchi-jumbo-pistachio-nuts.htm Wed, 23 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0530 This kind is broad with an opened mouth along with the rams head shape. It is bigger than the others types of pistachios. Kaleh Ghuchi pistachio has a long history in cultivation as it has been growing for more than 4000 years. Iranian Pistachio Nuts http://www.romasnuts.net/iranian-pistachio-nuts.htm Wed, 23 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0530 The scientific name for the pistachio is Pistacia vera L. It is a member of the family Anacardiaceae which contains such widely known plants as the cashew, mango and poison oak. The pistachio tree is an old tree with a great antiquity. There are many opinions about its origin; mostly know the internal area of Iran as the original region that this tree has grown there for the first time. The pistachio is a small tree, reaching about 30 feet of height at full maturity. Usual commercial plantings are approximately 120 trees per acre. They begin to produce nuts in the 4th or 5th year after planting, and good production takes 8 to 10 years, with full bearing maturity occurring after 15 to 20 years. Average yield per tree is 1/2 lb the 5th year, increasing to up to 80 lb at maturity. As though the hot and dry climate of Iran is very compatible with the characteristic of this tree it has splendor in this country more than everywhere in the world. The trees begin to bloom with the arrival of warm weather in late March. The male pollinates the female via the April winds, and the shell of the nut is fully developed by mid-May. Before June ends, the seed inside the shell has begun its rapid expansion and by the first of August, the seed has filled the shell. The nuts, splitting at the seams, are usually ready to be harvested beginning September 10th. Raw Pistachio Nuts http://www.romasnuts.net/raw-pistachio-nuts.htm Wed, 23 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0530 The scientific name for the pistachio is Pistacia vera L. It is a member of the family Anacardiaceae which contains such widely known plants as the cashew, mango and poison oak. The pistachio tree is an old tree with a great antiquity. There are many opinions about its origin; mostly know the internal area of Iran as the original region that this tree has grown there for the first time. The pistachio is a small tree, reaching about 30 feet of height at full maturity. Usual commercial plantings are approximately 120 trees per acre. They begin to produce nuts in the 4th or 5th year after planting, and good production takes 8 to 10 years, with full bearing maturity occurring after 15 to 20 years. Average yield per tree is 1/2 lb the 5th year, increasing to up to 80 lb at maturity. As though the hot and dry climate of Iran is very compatible with the characteristic of this tree it has splendor in this country more than everywhere in the world. The trees begin to bloom with the arrival of warm weather in late March. The male pollinates the female via the April winds, and the shell of the nut is fully developed by mid-May. Before June ends, the seed inside the shell has begun its rapid expansion and by the first of August, the seed has filled the shell. The nuts, splitting at the seams, are usually ready to be harvested beginning September 10th. Mazafati Dates http://www.romasnuts.net/mazafati-dates.htm Wed, 23 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0530 Mazafati from Iran, where it is mainly grown in Kerman province, and often named "Bam date", after the city in that province. It is a dark, soft and sweet date of medium size. Rabbi Dates http://www.romasnuts.net/rabbi-dates.htm Wed, 23 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0530 This type of dates are red before reaching and the best kind of them grow up in the south of Iran. Rabbi Dates is kind of dates which are soft, dark brown in color and long in size.