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Nutritious & Delicious

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Raw Pecans

Pecans aren't just for sweets, they are a nutrition powerhouse. Loaded with over 19 vitamins and minerals, pecans contain thiamin and manganese which have shown to improve and maintain brain function. One ounce of pecans can give your body 12% of your daily recommended intake of thiamin and 63% of your daily recommended intake of manganese.


Pecans also contain more antioxidants than any other tree nut and are one of the best dietary sources of vitamin E. Diets high in antioxidants and vitamin E have been shown to reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, certain types of cancer, and eye diseases.

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Pecan Oil

Virgin pecan oil contains all the amazing vitamins and minerals of the pressed pecans that it comes from. Thiamin, manganese, vitamin E, phosphorus, and zinc just to name a few. Pecan oil is also rich in antioxidants and has been ranked by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in the top 20 foods with the highest antioxidant capacity. 

Virgin cold pressed pecan oil has a light and subtle taste, making it suitable for salad dressing or as a finishing oil. It also has a smoke point of 470 degrees Fahrenheit, olive oil's is 410 degrees Fahrenheit, which makes it perfect for sautéing veggies and meats without the worry of scorching. 


Pecan Meal

Low carb, keto friendly, and amazing taste and texture are just a few of the benefits of pecan meal. An excellent flour substitute that can be used as a binder in a favorite meatball recipe, to craft a homemade pie shell, bake cookies, dredge chicken, anything traditional flour can do, so can pecan meal. 

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