Pine nuts come from pine cones from certain types of pine trees that mainly grow in the South of Europe. they are very nutritional but they also have a great taste that goes well with pasta and salads; pine nuts are of course also one of the main ingredients of Italian pesto.
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Pine nuts * *Originating from organic farming
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