PHILAGRIVEST, INC.

Dehydrated Pili Nuts With Cinnamon & Coco Sugar

Product Description:

A cross between macadamia nut and cashew nut but with a stronger more tender flavor and Light Brown/Yellowish in appearance.

Variants:

1kg Bulk Bag, Dehydrated Pili Nuts Natural Flavor, Dehydrated Pili Nuts With Himalayan Salt, Dehydrated Pili Nuts With Coco Sugar, Dehydrated Pili Nuts With Chili Peppers

Product Type:

Processed

Market Availability:

Worldwide

Net Weight per Pack:

1kg Bulk Bag

Allergen:

Nuts

Ingredients/raw materials used:

Process/es:

Dehydration / Drying

Sources:

Shelf Life:

12 Months

Major Export Markets:

Canada, Hong Kong, Kuwait, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom of Great Britain, United States of America

Certifications:

FDA-LTO/CPR

Packaging:

Minimum Order Size:

Category:

Fine Food And Specialties, Snacks And Crispy Savory Food Products, Organic And Natural, Organic And Natural, Raw Materials And Food Ingredients

Export Ready?:

Yes

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