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No Shells Chili Roasted

Wonderful® Pistachios :
Red package of no shell chili roasted Wonderful Pistachios

No Shells Chili Roasted

Wonderful® Pistachios :

Turn up the heat with Wonderful Pistachios No Shells Chili Roasted. They’re bursting with the big, bold flavors of red pepper, garlic, and vinegar to tingle your tongue and keep you craving more. Skip the shells and get spicy for Less Crackin’, and More Snackin’.

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  • Scientific evidence suggests but does not prove that eating 1.5 ounces per day of most nuts, such as pistachios, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease.

    See nutrition information for fat content.

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A style and flavor for every snacker

Whether you’re on-the-go or snacking at home, we’ve got the right Wonderful Pistachios for you.

On-the-Go Snack
2.25 oz

Everyday Snack
5.5 oz

Party Snack
22 oz


Links to Wonderful Pistachios Carrot and Cilantro Slaw recipe

Wonderful Pistachios Carrot and Cilantro Slaw

Fresh flavors and beautiful colors. The perfect side dish is like an amazing supporting actress—bold enough to be memorable! This costar is different, full of texture, and the opposite of boring.

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Let your taste buds do some exploring

There’s more than one way to flavor a Wonderful® Pistachio. There are at least four.

  • Chili Roasted

    Turn up the heat with a spicy snack bursting with the bold flavors of red pepper, garlic, and vinegar.

  • Honey Roasted

    Make snack time a little sweeter with a kiss of honey, sugar, and a pinch of salt.

  • BBQ

    Savor summer all year long with a tasty explosion of sweet, hickory-smoked barbecue flavor.

  • Sea Salt & Vinegar

    Treat your taste buds to a tart, tangy snack with just the right amount of sea salt and vinegar.

Wondering what else we have up our sleeve? Dare you to flip this and find out.

Pistachio Aficionado

Color me impressed.

Known as “the colorful nut,” pistachios owe their green and purple hues to antioxidants.