Thursday, March 25, 2021

Have You Tasted Pistachio Muffins? - Economic 11

Fig 01- Slices of green muffins

My favorite is regular banana muffins. I saw green muffin in a grocery recently. I thought it might be due to the Saint Patrick’s day.


Its called Pistachio Muffins. The price is a little bit expensive compared to regular ones.


4 counts of muffin costs (price may varies from one grocery to others):

- US$ 4.8 for Pistachio muffins

- US$ 3.6 for regular (banana) muffins


Many people said Pistachio is a nut, actually its seed produced by Pistachio trees.


The tree is native to middle east or central Asia, but now, well grown in the states of:

- California

- Arizona

- New Mexico


Fig 02- Pistachio muffin.

California is the main producer of Pistachio seed in the USA. Almost a half of 58 counties in California has grown Pistachio trees.


Fig 03- The Pistachio muffin on the table

In term of economic value, California get US$ 3.6 billion per year from pistachio seeds industry as reported by FarmProgress (2018).


Pistachio seeds price is increasing recently, from US$ 2.65 per pound in 2018, to be about US$ 9 per pound in 2021, and predicted more in coming years.


Two factors caused price increasing:

- increasing demand

- cost of production is getting expensive due to increasing water price to keep plants healthy.


Moreover, It is profitable to grow Pistachio trees in the farm in the USA.


Back to muffins, do you like Pistachio or green muffins? What do you think?

36 comments:

  1. ...I like pistachios, but have never had them in a muffin.

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  2. One must grow an unimaginable number of pistachios to make billions of dollars!

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  3. The USA must be the land of muffins, but I had never heard of pistachio muffins. :) I bet they are delicious.

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    1. hehehe.... may be, USA is the land of muffin....


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      Have You Tasted Pistachio Muffins? - Economic 11
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      Fig 01- Slices of green muffins

      My favorite is regular banana muffins. I saw green muffin in a grocery recently. I thought it might be due to the Saint Patrick’s day.

      Its called Pistachio Muffins. The price is a little bit expensive compared to regular ones.

      4 counts of muffin costs (price may varies from one grocery to others):
      - US$ 4.8 for Pistachio muffins
      - US$ 3.6 for regular (banana) muffins

      Many people said Pistachio is a nut, actually its seed produced by Pistachio trees.

      The tree is native to middle east or central Asia, but now, well grown in the states of:
      - California
      - Arizona
      - New Mexico

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  4. I have never heard this pistachios muffin.. thanks for your sharing...

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  5. Love anything with pistachios! The green colour of this muffin is definitely not from pistachios but from the food colouring. The muffin contains a bit of ground pistachios...too little to be so green :-)

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  6. Je pense que j'aimerai ce gâteau à la pistache, mais à mon avis il y'a du colorant vert dedans. Bonne journée

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    1. Thanks-
      Have You Tasted Pistachio Muffins? - Economic 11
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      Fig 02- Pistachio muffin.

      California is the main producer of Pistachio seed in the USA. Almost a half of 58 counties in California has grown Pistachio trees.

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  7. Never had them, didn't know they made those kind.

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    1. Thanks-
      Have You Tasted Pistachio Muffins? - Economic 11
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      Fig 03- The Pistachio muffin on the table

      In term of economic value, California get US$ 3.6 billion per year from pistachio seeds industry as reported by FarmProgress (2018).

      Pistachio seeds price is increasing recently, from US$ 2.65 per pound in 2018, to be about US$ 9 per pound in 2021, and predicted more in coming years.

      Two factors caused price increasing:
      - increasing demand
      - cost of production is getting expensive due to increasing water price to keep plants healthy.

      Moreover, It is profitable to grow Pistachio trees in the farm in the USA.

      Back to muffins, do you like Pistachio or green muffins? What do you think?

      Delete
  9. Tanza, We've never has Pistachio Muffins although we both like pistachios. Our favorite muffins are cranberry-orange. Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  10. This looka very interesting ;)

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    1. Thanks-
      Have You Tasted Pistachio Muffins? - Economic 11
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      Fig 01- Slices of green muffins

      My favorite is regular banana muffins. I saw green muffin in a grocery recently. I thought it might be due to the Saint Patrick’s day.

      Its called Pistachio Muffins. The price is a little bit expensive compared to regular ones.

      4 counts of muffin costs (price may varies from one grocery to others):
      - US$ 4.8 for Pistachio muffins
      - US$ 3.6 for regular (banana) muffins

      Many people said Pistachio is a nut, actually its seed produced by Pistachio trees.

      The tree is native to middle east or central Asia, but now, well grown in the states of:
      - California
      - Arizona
      - New Mexico

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  11. Looks good I like Nonni's pistachio thins which is like a melba toast but a little sweeter and nutty flavor.

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  12. We like pistachios. Always try to have some on hand.

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    1. me too... like pistachios


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      Have You Tasted Pistachio Muffins? - Economic 11
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      Fig 02- Pistachio muffin.

      California is the main producer of Pistachio seed in the USA. Almost a half of 58 counties in California has grown Pistachio trees.

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  13. I like pistachios and would probably really enjoy those muffins.

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  14. Hi dear friend! i love so much these muffins,
    super special taste!!
    Have a beautiful day ahead 🌸ξξ (∵❤◡❤∵) ℒ ♡ ⓥℯ🌸

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    1. Thanks-
      Have You Tasted Pistachio Muffins? - Economic 11
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      Fig 03- The Pistachio muffin on the table

      In term of economic value, California get US$ 3.6 billion per year from pistachio seeds industry as reported by FarmProgress (2018).

      Pistachio seeds price is increasing recently, from US$ 2.65 per pound in 2018, to be about US$ 9 per pound in 2021, and predicted more in coming years.

      Two factors caused price increasing:
      - increasing demand
      - cost of production is getting expensive due to increasing water price to keep plants healthy.

      Moreover, It is profitable to grow Pistachio trees in the farm in the USA.

      Back to muffins, do you like Pistachio or green muffins? What do you think?

      Delete
  16. adoro il pistacchio e quindi il tuo muffin..grazie anche per le interessanti notizie!
    ciaoo

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  17. Looks so delicious. I would like to try it :)

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    1. indeed....


      Thanks-
      Have You Tasted Pistachio Muffins? - Economic 11
      -
      Fig 01- Slices of green muffins

      My favorite is regular banana muffins. I saw green muffin in a grocery recently. I thought it might be due to the Saint Patrick’s day.

      Its called Pistachio Muffins. The price is a little bit expensive compared to regular ones.

      4 counts of muffin costs (price may varies from one grocery to others):
      - US$ 4.8 for Pistachio muffins
      - US$ 3.6 for regular (banana) muffins

      Many people said Pistachio is a nut, actually its seed produced by Pistachio trees.

      The tree is native to middle east or central Asia, but now, well grown in the states of:
      - California
      - Arizona
      - New Mexico

      Delete
  18. Hello! I love pistachios and have never seen such a recipe before, I will have to try them, thanks for sharing the recipe. All the best.

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  19. I love pistachios. They were popular as a snack for children when I grew up many years ago. I buy them unsalted in the shell and eat sometimes as a snack. I don't eat store bought muffins, but we put some shelled pistachio nuts in our Irish Soda Bread we made for St. Patrick's Day.

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  20. 🌸ξξ (∵❤◡❤∵) ξξ · ¯ Have lots of fun this autumnal? o spring? days
    Anyway, have beautiful days· ♩ ¸¸ ♪ · ¯ · ♫ ♬ ♫ ℒ ♡ ⓥℯ🌸

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    1. Thanks-
      Have You Tasted Pistachio Muffins? - Economic 11
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      Fig 02- Pistachio muffin.

      California is the main producer of Pistachio seed in the USA. Almost a half of 58 counties in California has grown Pistachio trees.

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  21. Hola Tanza para mi es una novedad, probe el piztacho pero en sabor de crema helada y es rico.
    Gracias por los datos.
    Un abrazo.

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  22. This looks delicious.
    Would like to try that.

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  23. Oh dear!!!
    These muffins look really nice and tasty :-)
    I have never tasted these in the pistachio flavor.
    Greetings, Helma

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    1. pistachio trees might not grow in Europe (northern Europe)


      Thanks-
      Have You Tasted Pistachio Muffins? - Economic 11
      -
      Fig 03- The Pistachio muffin on the table

      In term of economic value, California get US$ 3.6 billion per year from pistachio seeds industry as reported by FarmProgress (2018).

      Pistachio seeds price is increasing recently, from US$ 2.65 per pound in 2018, to be about US$ 9 per pound in 2021, and predicted more in coming years.

      Two factors caused price increasing:
      - increasing demand
      - cost of production is getting expensive due to increasing water price to keep plants healthy.

      Moreover, It is profitable to grow Pistachio trees in the farm in the USA.

      Back to muffins, do you like Pistachio or green muffins? What do you think?

      Delete
  24. Hello!
    I dont like pistachios, but I love fruit muffins.
    Thanks for the interesting information.
    All the best.

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