Green-Peeled Pistachio Kernels

Since unripened crops tend to yield better green hue, half-ripened and fresh crops are harvested and then the inner skin is peeled.

Based on the intensity of green color, it is categorized as S (Supreme) – (intense dark green), and A (dark green), B (bright green), C (very bright green) and D (Yellow-green).

GPPK is mostly used as an ingredient in chocolates, sausages, ice-creams and pastries.

green pistachio

Call kernel means that it was produced when the kernel was not fully mature and the first one is ready to produce.

The more green the color of the kernel is, the higher the quality and grading starts from the dark green to the light green, which is usually classified into four grades.

4 Comments to “ Green Peeled Pistachio Kernels”

  1. now says :Reply

    WOW just what I was looking for. Came here by searching for google

    1. pistachio says :Reply

      thank you friend

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    1. pistachio says :Reply

      thank you friend

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