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Nut Facts


Western Mixers / has added some new and flavorful blends to it's line of Trail Mixes.  Packed in convenient and easy to use 5 lb. Zip Lock Pouch Bags, these new Trail Mixes are sure to get you moving and keep you going throughout the entire day!  Get Up & Go Trail Mix, Sweet & Salty Chili Trail Mix or Take A Hike Trail Mix are the perfect mixes for your busy summer schedule.  Packed with taste, crunch and goodness, try one of these great blends today.  

Pistachio Recall Closed - August 2013

The FDA has determined that the recent Pistachio Recall is now CLOSED.  The FDA has determined that all suspected product has been properly disposed of and the recall process has been completed.  Therefore, the FDA considers the recall terminated.

All Treasured Harvest Brand Pistachios are clear and safe for all consumption.  We are pleased to make this announcement and will continue to provide any necessary updates as needed.

Recent Pistachio Recall - July 2013

Current Pistachio inventory is not subject to the recent Pistachio Recall of ARO/Treasured Harvest Pistachio Product(s).  For more information regarding the recall, please contact us at or



Almonds are a versatile tree nut. They come whole, blanched, slivered, sliced, flaked and ground, making them very useful when adding taste and texture to y our meals and snacks.



Brazil Nuts are grown in the Amazon rainforests and most production is gathered from wild trees. Brazil Nuts are like nature’s own vitamin pill—beneficial to health and protection from disease.



Cashews are an unusual nut. They are actually a seed that is grown on the outside of the cashew apple. The Cashew shell contains a natural chemical acid, so Cashews are never  sold in their shells. Kidney shaped with a delicate flavor and a slightly spongy-firm texture, Cashews are considered a high fat and calorie food, but when eaten in moderation, are very healthy.



Hazelnuts (Filberts) are a chocolate connoisseur’s delight and featured in pralines and truffles. Hazelnut spread (Nutella) is fast becoming a household staple and can be enjoyed in various ways. Strong flavored Hazelnut oil is used as a cooking oil and Hazelnut is also popular as a flavoring agent for coffee.



Macadamias—are one of the most rare nuts. With their superb, rich and buttery flavor, they are a special delicacy.  Delicious and versatile, the Macadamia is more than just a snack, it is a perfect compliment to dozens of main dishes, desserts and more.


Mixed Nuts

Mixed Nuts—are an easy way to get all of the benefits in one easy package. Just like fruits & vegetables, a handful of mixed nuts is nature’s own vitamin pill. An assortment of Brazils, Cashews, Almonds, Hazelnuts, Macadamias, Pecans, Pine Nuts, Pistachios and Walnuts makes for a super boost to your overall health.



Peanuts —delicious, crunchy, nutty!  Peanuts have been popular since ancient times. They are enriched with many noteworthy health-benefiting nutrients that are essential for optimum health.  Peanuts are actually legumes but have almost all of the qualities that true nuts, like Almonds have.



Pecans are native to the United States and are probably best known as the key ingredient in pecan pie. Georgia may be the “pecan capital”, Texas now grows the “Cadillac” pecan variety. With a wide range of important nutrients, they are a worthwhile addition to your diet.


Pine Nuts

Pine Nuts—are crunchy, delicious, small edible seeds of the pine tree. Pine kernels are a very good source of plant derived nutrients, essential minerals, vitamins and “heart friendly” monounsaturated fatty acids that help benefit in reducing cholesterol levels in the blood.  A traditional food in many cultures, they are widely used for pastries, pestos and even flavor for coffee!



Pistachios—have been know to be “royalty”. Pistachios are happy and are called “the smiling nut” or “the happy nut” in some cultures. Most people love cracking and eating Pistachios, are intrigued by their color and may say it is their favorite nut…. BUT, Pistachios aren’t really nuts!  Pistachios are actually “seeds” of red or yellow plum-like fruits. However, everyone calls them nuts because they look like a nut.



Walnuts are delicious nuts that have been revered since ancient times as a symbol of intellectuality.  They are easily identified as the nut that resembles our brain and have always been thought of as a “brain food”.  Similar to other nuts, fruits and vegetables, Walnuts are packed with a wide range of vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals that are beneficial to our health.  But did you know that eating Walnuts is like wearing a seat belt for your heart?