Pecan trees usually range in height from 20 to 30 metres, but some trees grow as tall as 45 metres or higher.

About Pecan Fan

Pecans - the power snack

Pecans are packed full of the 'good' fats - monounsaturated, polyunsaturated and omega-3 which play an important role in lowering cholesterol and keeping the heart healthy. In fact, they're so good for the heart that Pecan packs now carry the National Heart Foundation's 'Tick'!

Pecans are also the king of antioxidants. They have a higher antioxidant capacity than any other nut and contain five times more antioxidants than raw broccoli, making them important for keeping us looking and feeling young. Great for weight management, the fibre and protein levels in Pecans also make them great for satisfying afternoon cravings.

Last but not least, they are the secret to ensuring your body gets the nutrients it needs. That's right, eating a handful of Pecans a day provides you with 19 vitamins and minerals.  Complete from Arginine to Zinc - Arginine an essential amino acid for healthy blood vessels and the mineral zinc for strong immunity, Pecans are the healthy all rounder that can be eaten every day, in any way!

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Special requests (and Diva demands)

It takes work to taste this good.  Pecans are best stored in a container in the fridge; here they
can last up to six months.

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Where do Pecans come from?

Pecans are native to North America. Here in Oz they grow in the warm climates of New South Wales and Queensland.

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