PINE NUTS

Pine nut is a nutrient which is obtained by breaking the hard shells extracted from the cones of peanut pine and has a high nutritional value. Growing from all Mediterranean countries, this tree is a large pine type which can be sized up to 20 m in an umbrella view. Cone production begins after 20 years of age

Portion Quantity:  
Calories (kcal)  673
Total fat  68 g
Saturated Fat  4.9 g
Multi Unsaturated Fat  34 g
Mono Unsaturated Fat  19 g
Cholesterol  0 mg
Sodium  2 mg
Potassium  597 mg
Carbohydrate  13 g
Dietary Fiber  3.7 g
Sugar  3.6 g
Protein  14 g
Vitamin A 29 IU C vitamin 0.8 mg
Calcium 16 mg Iron 5.5 mg
Vitamin D 0 IU Vitamin B6 0.1 mg
cobalamin 0 µg Magnesium 251 mg

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