Pine Nuts


These little kernels have a rich, fatty taste. They've traditionally been used as a main ingredient for pestos and pasta dishes, but are certainly not limited to these.

Pine nuts are absolutely packed with minerals and vitamins with extremely high levels of manganese, copper and zinc. They're also rich in both mono and poly unsaturated fat.

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Water2.28 g
Energy673 kcal
27 %
Protein13.69 g
Fats68.37 g
Carbs13.08 g
Fiber3.7 g
Sugars3.59 g
Calcium16 mg
1 %
Iron5.53 mg
37 %
Magnesium251 mg
70 %
Phosphorus575 mg
46 %
Potassium597 mg
13 %
Sodium2 mg
Zinc6.45 mg
72 %
Copper1.324 mg
149 %
Manganese8.802 mg
550 %
Selenium0.7 µg
1 %
Vit C0.8 mg
1 %
Thiamin0.364 mg
36 %
Riboflavin0.227 mg
23 %
Niacin4.387 mg
31 %
Vit B60.094 mg
8 %
Folate34 µg
9 %
Vit B120 µg
Vit A1 µg
Vit E9.33 mg
62 %
Vit D0 µg
Vit K53.9 µg
72 %
Sat Fat4.899 g
Mono Fat18.764 g
Poly Fat34.071 g
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Caffeine0 mg