Pecan trees can live and bear edible seeds for more than 300 years! It is also technically a seed and not a nut. But no matter how you shake it, they are a healthy addition to your diet.
A tasty and crunchy treat that you can enjoy raw or roasted and salted. Eat from the bag, make almond milk, add them to trail mixes, or chop and toss them into baked goods (pecan pie!), or onto your next salad along with one of our gourmet superfood salad dressings.
Shelf Life: 2 years
Country of Origin: Spain or USA
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