Pine Nut Kernels
Pine Nut Kernels
Pine Nut Kernels
Pine Nut Kernels

Pine Nut Kernels

Pine nut is the seed of Pinus Lambertiana, which is one of the most popular nuts.
Pine nut has rewarded and respected for its abundant nutritional value, it contains a lot of unsaturated fatty acids, proteins, carbohydrates, calcium, phosphorus, iron and so on, it has high therapeutic value and excellent healthy efficacy.

  • Product

  • Harvest

  • Process

  • Nutrient

  • Application

Red pine nut kernels
Botanical Name: Pinus Koraiensis
Size (per 100g): 550count, 600count, 650count, 700count, 750count
Place of Origin: North-eastern part of China, Siberia area of Russia, North Korea
Characteristics: High oil content, strong taste, mainly used for roasting and snack food
Cedar pine nut kernels
Botanical Name: Pinus Sibirica
Size (per 100g): 950count, 1000count, 1200count
Place of Origin: Siberia area of Russia, Mongolia
Characteristics: Low oil content, sweet taste, mainly used for snack food or industrial use
Yunnan pine nut kernels
Botanical Name: Pinus Yunnanensis
Size (per 100g): 950count, 1000count, 1200count
Place of Origin: Yunnan province of China
Characteristics: Low oil content, sweet taste, mainly used for snack food or industrial use
Horsetail pine nut kernels
Botanical Name: Pinus Massoniana/Pinus Pumila
Size (per 100g): 1800count, 2000count, 2200count
Place of Origin: Heilongjiang province of China
Characteristics: Low oil content, sweet taste, mainly used for industrial use

Pinus Koraiensis is precious and rare species among pine nuts, which is distributed in the area of Changbai Mountain to the Lesser Khingan. Pinus Koraiensis is an endangered species, it was approved as the National Protective Plant Ⅱ on August 4th of 1999.

  • 1 Pine forest

  • 2 Robust tree

  • 3 Observation

  • 4 Pinecones

Pinus Koraiensis bear fruit (Pinecones) after 50 years of tree age, blossom in Jun. and harvest in Sep. to Oct. of the following year so mature period is two years. Pinecones are normally on the top of the tree, request farmers climb up the tree more than 10 to 20 meters high and pick

  • 5 Tree climbing tool

  • 6 Wear climbing tool

  • 7 Fix feet on the tree

  • 8 Climb up the tree

After picking pinecones, farmers pick up and pack the pinecones on the ground and carry them on the back and walk few miles of rugged road down the mountain as no vehicles can drive into the mountain, so only rely on the labor.

  • 9 Picked pinecones

  • 10 Pack pinecones

  • 11 Carry on the back

  • 12 Loading

Then, deliver fresh pinecones to the designated place for air drying. After completely dried, crack pinecones by machine, put pinecones into the machine directly and get seeds.

  • 13 Air drying

  • 14 Dried pinecones

  • 15 De-pinecone machine

  • 16 Get seeds

Raw

material

Drying

Vibrating

Screen

Sizing

Cracking

Drying

Peeling

Color sorting

Semi-finished

material

inspection

Vibrating

screen

Aspirator

Conveyor

belt

sorting

Aspirator

Metal

detector

X-ray

sorting

Packaging

*Data from USDA

Proximates Value Per100g
Energy: 633kcal
Protein: 13.33g
Total lipid(fat): 50g
Carbohydrate,by difference: 30g
Fiber,total dictary: 13.3g
Sugars,total: 3.33g
Minerals Value Per100g
Calcium,Ca: 0mg
Iron,Fe: 6mg
Sodium,Na: 0mg
Lipids Value Per100g
Fatty acids,total saturated: 13.330g
Fatty acids,total trans: 0g
Cholesterol: 0mg
Vitamins Value Per100g
Vitamin C,total ascorbic acid: 6.7mg
Vitamin A,IU 0IU

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