APG recently completed another successful tour of China to promote American pistachios in the world’s most populous country. Grower ambassadors, Thom Dille, Bill Seaman, and Dominic Pitigliano accompanied Miss California, along with Haiying Zhang, Director Asian Markets and Judy Hirigoyen, Vice President Global Marketing to tour the cities of Hangzhou, Qingdao, and Shenyang.
This is a day for pistachio lovers around the world to celebrate PISTACHIOS, and eat their favorite nut all day long. Celebrate with Pistachio-Inspired Recipes.
Recently, American Pistachio Growers teamed up with Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Sharon Palmer, author of The Plant-Powered Diet and Plant-Powered for Life, to get the word out about the heart healthy benefits of American Pistachios.
In celebration of Easter, APG teamed up with EatSmarter, Aktiv Laufen, Active Woman, and Achim Achilles’ Be-Outdoor Blog for an APG Facebook Easter contest.Read More >
Famed Spanish chef, Paco Roncero and Italian Chef Stefania Corrado, a member of the Professional Association of Italian Chefs (APCI) and instructor at Food Genius Academy in Milan have joined APG’s team of chef ambassadors.
A recent study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute has highlighted the connection between eating nuts – including pistachios – and a reduced risk of cancer. According to this review of existing research, eating nuts might have a protective effect against some cancers, including colorectal, pancreatic and endometrial cancer in women and prostate cancers in men, and is associated with lower risk of dying from cancer.