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Top 10 Questions (and Answers) About Wonderful Pistachios
Wondering if pistachios fall off the tree naturally? Need to get a hold of our customer service team for your comments and concerns? Wonderful Pistachios receives a wide range of inquiries each day, so we answered our top 10 questions about the product and brand.
1. Where can I get coupons
We regularly announce coupons on our Facebook page, so keep checking back!
2. Where can I find
Use our store locator to see which markets sell our product near you. If you’re unable to find a store, you can also purchase Wonderful Pistachios on Amazon.com. Notice our product is no longer available in your store but once was? Make a special request to your produce manager — we’ve heard success stories of markets bringing our product back!
3. Do pistachios fall off
the tree naturally?
When it’s time to harvest our pistachios, we use a mechanical shaker that grabs a tree by the trunk to shake all the pistachios off. Watch a video of the process here.
4. What’s the best way to
crack an unopened
If there’s a tiny opening, wedge your pistachio into a sharp corner and you should be able to get your pistachio out!
5. Will Wonderful
Pistachios ever come out
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6. Are pistachio shells
The pistachio shell itself is not poisonous, but it’s very important for the harvested fruit to be hulled and dried within a 24 hour period. They go from our trees to the storage facility within a day to avoid contaminants.
7. What’s your customer
You can contact our customer service at 877-450-9493 or you can write to us online with any feedback or complaints.
8. What does a pistachio
tree and fruit look
A picture is worth a thousand words! Check out our Harvest 2011 album on Facebook.
9. Why are pistachios so
Because they’re lean, mean, and green!
10. Can pistachio shells be
used for anything besides
being tossed in the
Try grinding them up and tossing them in the garden — they’ll provide a protective force field that will deter snails and slugs from trespassing.
Have additional questions we didn’t answer here? Leave them in the comments, and we’ll get you answers!