These Trader Joe’s pistachios have a great flavor to them after being roasted and salted, and are the perfect nutrient dense snack. They can get pricey, but these are a pretty good value at under $9 for a 1 pound bag. Most of the time these Trader Joe’s pistachios are easy to open, and have plenty of salt on the shell and on the nut meat. Pistachios have such a delicious and unique flavor to them that it’s almost impossible to just eat a few of them at once. Pistachios have a good amount of fiber in them along with some calcium and iron. Trader Joe’s has introduced a ton of different flavors to various nuts like garlic and onion, mesquite, chocolate covered, cinnamon, and the list goes on…..…….
- 170 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 16 oz
- Ingredients are pistachios and sea salt
Pistachio Nuts at Trader Joe’s
I love browsing the Trader Joe’s nut section since there are so many unique and great tasting nuts that you don’t find at too many other groceries, especially at relatively good prices. In the past I’ve loved hazelnuts, pine nuts, mesquite almonds and so many others, but a good old pistachio like these is one that I routinely buy. And I would buy them even more often if they were just a tad cheaper. These pistachios are grown in the San Joaquin Valley in California and really do have a great flavor to them. Although I’m not sure I’ve ever had a pistachio nut that didn’t taste really good! What is everyone’s favorite pistachio flavor at TJs, since I know they carry ones like garlic and onion pistachios. Also, if there’s a nut that is super random but delicious in this aisle, let me know!……
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