Pistachios are tasty delectable nuts having been consumed in both industrial and domestic productions since ancient times, not solely because of their delightful salty tastes but because of a wide variety of health benefits and rare savors.
This luxuriant and smiling member of cashew family can be accounted as a strategic source of potassium and phosphor, also a great deal of energy and vitamin A embedded itself in just 100 grams of pistachio.
Pistachio trees are small or medium sized sort of trees that have been grown in the Middle-East and Levant, however, during the last century thanks to the development of agriculture in the U.S, after Iran, America is the second producer of pistachio.