During November 2021, the market's initial pricing ranged from 5.50 EUR/kg to 12 EUR/kg in Spain, depending on the type or calibre. Pistachio utilisation as a flavouring agent in baking products is increasing, as is pistachio consumption as a snack. As a result, demand increased in the fourth quarter of 2021. They are becoming more widely used in food confectionery and bread items.
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Pistachio is a well-known dry fruit. In appearance, it is commonly found with an outer shell. The edible part of this dry fruit is located inside its outer shell, which is a nut. In appearance, it is a yellowish-green and tender nut. The pistachio nut is often utilised in food products as well as in cosmetics.
Several factors that are to be kept in mind while cultivating and harvesting Pistachios such as soil, temperature, etc. It is harvested and cultivated and further processed commercially.
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