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Nichols Farms brings Spicy-Savory-Sweet to single-serve pistachios

With a sneak peek at the National Association of Convenience Stores annual conference in Chicago last month, Nichols Farms announced this week the official launch of its Spicy-Savory-Sweet single-serve line of No Shell Pistachios.

The lineup features small batch unique flavors that capture three distinct segments in the marketplace:

  • Spicy: Jalapeño Lime: A zesty blend of citrus and a kick of heat that will awaken your taste buds.
  • Savory: Garlic & Garden Herbs: Handcrafted with a blend of garlic, fresh herbs, and sea salt.
  • Sweet: Cocoa Cookie: The perfect mix of rich, fudgy chocolate and light, delicate powdered sugar.

The on-the-go two-ounce single-serves also feature Nichols Farms’ signature Roasted & Salted No Shell Pistachios. They are available in display-ready trays (caddies) and with peg holes perfect for checkstands and any high-traffic areas.

The products are non-GMO, contain no artificial ingredients, and are made in small batches, bringing out a bold, savory flavor. Each serving has seven grams of protein, meeting a growing consumer need for high-protein snacks with a lot of flavor.

“When we started sampling these with consumers, we knew we had a hit,” said Nichols Farms owner Susie Nichols. “They kept coming back for more and wanted to know where they could buy it.”

“We know shoppers want delicious, high-protein snacks — especially in the grab-and-go section. But they also want to know their food comes from a family they can trust,” said Chuck Nichols, co-owner. “I’m really proud of what our team has developed.”

Nichols Farms is a fourth-generation family farm located in the heart of California’s fertile San Joaquin Valley. They offer non-GMO, California-grown pistachios in a wide range of pack sizes and product lines, including Inshell, No-Shell, and an Almond-Pistachio Mix.

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