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Southern Farm & Garden Magazine

May 18th, 2017 by Diane Jackson

Two articles appear in the new Spring 2017 issue of Southern Farm & Garden magazine. NPSA’s editorial feature “The Health Benefits of Pecans” is an informational two page spread including pecan research with beautiful imagery of figs and pecans. Also check out National Pecan’s “A New Chapter in Culinary History.” You can subscribe by visiting […]

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2017 Pecan Chefs Summit

May 16th, 2017 by Diane Jackson

Chefs Gain Insights into Pecans at 2017 Pecan Chefs Summit NPSA Hosts Renowned R&D Chefs ATLANTA, Ga. – May 8, 2017 – Commercial chefs’ appreciation for the versatility of pecans continues to grow thanks to the National Pecan Shellers Association’s (NPSA) annual Pecan Chefs Summit.  The most recent Summit, a series committed to immersing research […]

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Pecans: A Comfort Food Classic Reimagined

April 11th, 2017 by Diane Jackson

April is National Pecan Month and to celebrate we’re dishing up some of our favorite pecan snack recipes along with a few fun facts about the only nut indigenous to North America. As a matter of fact pecans make a naturally nutritious snack. Pecans are certified as heart healthy as a part of the American […]

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A few weeks after the elections, in a much-needed gesture of goodwill, I apologized to millions of Americans for having mispronounced “pecan.” No, it wasn’t easy to eat a piece of my own humble pie. Both blunder and apology came during guest spots on the radio show “All Things Considered.” A year ago, in response […]

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