iGourmet Organic Native Missouri Pecans

These deliciously sweet and diminutive pecans took us completely by surprise. While many "gourmet nuts" are jumbo, each of these baby pecans is just slightly bigger than a penny. That's because these are natural pecans, from organically gro...wn trees. Most pecans are grown from commercial hybrids, grafted to other trees, producing larger pecans. These are from the same species of trees native to North America, producing the same nuts harvested by Native Americans generations before Europeans came over. Each nut is a perfect, sweet taste of pecan perfection. Trust us – we've eaten our way through a few bags here at igourmet.com and haven't come across a bitter one yet! Organic Missouri Pecans grow naturally in the rich river bottom soils of Missouri, in the northernmost region of pecan production. Although smaller than pecans grown in the south, the unique sweetness and higher oil content of these pecans result in extremely flavorful nutmeats preferred by many. Eat them straight out of hand, or use in pies, muffins, or as a topping for salads. read more

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The delicious pecan has become a favorite nut among snacks, praline lovers, and pecan pie fans. Originating in central and eastern... North America and low river land of Mexico, pecans were heavily relied upon by pre-colonial residents. At the time, pecans were plentiful in the wild and it wasn't until the 1600's that organized planting and cultivation of pecans began. The only major tree nut that grows naturally in North America, the U.S. produces over 80% of the world's pecan crop. And the good news is that this delicious nut is healthy, too! Over 90% of the fat found in pecans is unsaturated, heart-healthy fat. Pecans contain more than 19 vitamins and minerals, and they're cholesterol-free. Nutritionists have long touted the health benefits of raw foods. The "Raw" logo indicates that the food was not heated above 118 F, which is the temperature at which many beneficial enzymes are believed to be destroyed. Raw foods contain more usable nutrients than their "cooked" counterparts, along with being easily absorbed by the body. read more

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Also known as "Butter Toffee Pecans" because of their rich, buttery taste. Premium pecan halves are slowly layered with a delicate... and crunchy vanilla toffee coating that is irresistible. Southern Style Nuts™ traces its roots all the way back to 1922, when the Denison Peanut Company was founded. Later, the company changed its name to Southern Style Nuts. They have individually batch-roasted all of their products to ensure the highest quality possible. Adhering to this Southern tradition of cooking results in their products' distinct taste and crunch, something many companies cannot match. read more

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These pecans are selected from the finest available and handcooked in copper kettles with creamy butter and brown sugar according ...to The Peanut Shop's special recipe. At The Peanut Shop of Williamsburg all of their Virginia Peanuts are prepared by a head Roastmaster in small batches, using the same time-honored recipes. The Peanut Shop has become the standard by which all fine nuts are judged. read more

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Cafe Carmellata au Sel Pecans are a cross between a candy and a dessert. Premium pecan halves and pieces are repeatedly rolled in ...a rich sugar and butter toffee until a luscious, crunchy coating develops. Precisely at this moment the pecans are hit with a proprietary blend of sea salt finely kissed with espresso to yield a delightfully sweet and savory masterpiece. Since 1888, The Squirrel Brand Co. has manufactured the ultimate nut. Squirrel Brand was born during the Industrial Revolution and has weathered two World Wars, the Great Depression and countless revolutions in the business world. Through it all, the company has remained steadfast in its commitment to produce the finest quality products for its consumers. read more

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These deliciously sweet and diminutive pecans took us completely by surprise. While many "gourmet nuts" are jumbo, each of these b...aby pecans is just slightly bigger than a penny. That's because these are natural pecans, from organically grown trees. Most pecans are grown from commercial hybrids, grafted to other trees, producing larger pecans. These are from the same species of trees native to North America, producing the same nuts harvested by Native Americans generations before Europeans came over. Each nut is a perfect, sweet taste of pecan perfection. Trust us – we've eaten our way through a few bags here at igourmet.com and haven't come across a bitter one yet! Organic Missouri Pecans grow naturally in the rich river bottom soils of Missouri, in the northernmost region of pecan production. Although smaller than pecans grown in the south, the unique sweetness and higher oil content of these pecans result in extremely flavorful nutmeats preferred by many. Eat them straight out of hand, or use in pies, muffins, or as a topping for salads. read more

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The delicious pecan has become a favorite nut among snacks, praline lovers, and pecan pie fans. Originating in central and eastern... North America and low river land of Mexico, pecans were heavily relied upon by pre-colonial residents. At the time, pecans were plentiful in the wild and it wasn't until the 1600's that organized planting and cultivation of pecans began. The only major tree nut that grows naturally in North America, the U.S. produces over 80% of the world's pecan crop. And the good news is that this delicious nut is healthy, too! Over 90% of the fat found in pecans is unsaturated, heart-healthy fat. Pecans contain more than 19 vitamins and minerals, and they're cholesterol-free. Nutritionists have long touted the health benefits of raw foods. The "Raw" logo indicates that the food was not heated above 118 F, which is the temperature at which many beneficial enzymes are believed to be destroyed. Raw foods contain more usable nutrients than their "cooked" counterparts, along with being easily absorbed by the body. read more

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Also known as "Butter Toffee Pecans" because of their rich, buttery taste. Premium pecan halves are slowly layered with a delicate... and crunchy vanilla toffee coating that is irresistible. Southern Style Nuts™ traces its roots all the way back to 1922, when the Denison Peanut Company was founded. Later, the company changed its name to Southern Style Nuts. They have individually batch-roasted all of their products to ensure the highest quality possible. Adhering to this Southern tradition of cooking results in their products' distinct taste and crunch, something many companies cannot match. read more

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These pecans are selected from the finest available and handcooked in copper kettles with creamy butter and brown sugar according ...to The Peanut Shop's special recipe. At The Peanut Shop of Williamsburg all of their Virginia Peanuts are prepared by a head Roastmaster in small batches, using the same time-honored recipes. The Peanut Shop has become the standard by which all fine nuts are judged. read more

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Cafe Carmellata au Sel Pecans are a cross between a candy and a dessert. Premium pecan halves and pieces are repeatedly rolled in ...a rich sugar and butter toffee until a luscious, crunchy coating develops. Precisely at this moment the pecans are hit with a proprietary blend of sea salt finely kissed with espresso to yield a delightfully sweet and savory masterpiece. Since 1888, The Squirrel Brand Co. has manufactured the ultimate nut. Squirrel Brand was born during the Industrial Revolution and has weathered two World Wars, the Great Depression and countless revolutions in the business world. Through it all, the company has remained steadfast in its commitment to produce the finest quality products for its consumers. read more

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These deliciously sweet and diminutive pecans took us completely by surprise. While many "gourmet nuts" are jumbo, each of these b...aby pecans is just slightly bigger than a penny. That's because these are natural pecans, from organically grown trees. Most pecans are grown from commercial hybrids, grafted to other trees, producing larger pecans. These are from the same species of trees native to North America, producing the same nuts harvested by Native Americans generations before Europeans came over. Each nut is a perfect, sweet taste of pecan perfection. Trust us – we've eaten our way through a few bags here at igourmet.com and haven't come across a bitter one yet! Organic Missouri Pecans grow naturally in the rich river bottom soils of Missouri, in the northernmost region of pecan production. Although smaller than pecans grown in the south, the unique sweetness and higher oil content of these pecans result in extremely flavorful nutmeats preferred by many. Eat them straight out of hand, or use in pies, muffins, or as a topping for salads. read more

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