Is the result of the processing of the Siberian pine nuts (Pinus Sibirica). Pine nut kernels is a storehouse of vitamins and useful substances needed to a modern human. I tastes a bit sweet, the color varies from milk-white to pale yellow. It is rich in macro- and microelements such as phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, sodium and calcium; iron, manganese, copper, zinc, molybdenum, silicon, aluminum, iodine, boron, nickel, cobalt, lead, strontium. Is used as a ready product or an ingredient for cooking food of different countries. The main area of Siberian pine cones harvest is the Republic of Buryatia forests.
Korean pine also known as Pínus koraiénsis commonly grows in the eastern Asia. It is adapted to climates with very cold winters. The canary yellow kernels of Korean pine nuts are much larger in size than kernels of Siberian pine. It does not have a significant pine nut sweet flavor, but it has delightful pitchy scent that will remind you the vast of wild forest. The Korean pine cones are harvested only in non-polluted green areas of Russia. The Korean pine cones are usually harvested in Siberia Far East (Amurskaya oblast). The Korean pine nut kernel is highly valuable food product. The amount of phosphorus in the Korean pine nuts exceeds all other types of nuts and oilseeds and it is equivalent to soybeans. As all nuts they are high in fat (especially polyunsaturated fatty acids). 100 grams of nuts satisfy 15% of the body's daily protein requirement; the protein of the Korean pine nuts also contains amino acids.
Is a result of cold pressing of pine nut kernels. It lets to save all useful properties. The oil is rich in A, D, E, F and B group vitamins, polyunsaturated fatty acid – oleic, linolenic, linoleic, pinolenic and etc.; phospholipids; saturated fatty acids — stearic, eicosanic and palmitic; macro and microelements - phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, zinc, sodium, iodine, manganese, iron, copper. It is a ready product used for consumption, in cooking , cosmetology and medicine. N.B.: Pine nut oil has not only medical properties, but also contradictions.
Packaging- Glass bottle 0,25ml
Is a dry mass that is left after the extraction of oil. Pine nut cake saves useful properties of pine nut kernels but has less fats that is very useful for sportsmen and those who sticks to proper nutrition. Cake iis used for consumption, cooking or producing flour.
Packaging- Vacuumed polybags 0,5kg, 1kg
Valuable product got during the processing of pine nut. It contains fiber, cellulose, polysaccharides, glutamic acid, vitamin C, calcium, tannins and other components. Is used in brew, scrubs in cosmetology; as a ecological friendly fuel for specialized boilers; as a raw material for producing kedroplast, in landscape design and agricultural enterprises.
Packaging- Polypropylene bag 20-25kg
Is a thin film of golden-brown color, formed while peeling pine nuts in a special machine that separates shell, membrane and core. Membrane is lifted by air flows and goes into sealed hooper. From hooper it goes to the packaging. The membrane contains macro- and microelements such as phosphorus, sulfur, calcium, potassium, iron, manganese, and silicon. It is used as a filling for pillows that will have a pleasant pine aroma. Also it is used in cosmetology and pharmaceutics.
Packaging- Polypropylene bags of 6kg.
This product comes out on the stage of sorting. I t has the same useful properties as kernels but do not meet the requirements of GOST about organoleptic characteristics (appearance, color, taste, smell). Is not suitable for human consumption but can be used as an feed additive of pigs, chicken and dogs. Is also used for fertilizing in agricultural industry.
Packaging- on demand