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2020 wholesale pre-ordering: new products

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It’s an exciting year for new products at Rancho Vignola, especially in our baking category! We are very pleased to introduce Organic Cocoa Powder, Organic Hemp Seed Protein Powder and Organic Pumpkin Seed Protein Powder – perfect for healthy, high-protein baked treats. Stay tuned for recipe inspiration in the coming weeks.


Mac and Cheese Bake

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Hello to all my nutty friends. It’s Michelle from the Rancho Vignola office. This recipe brings up many mixed emotions for me; let me explain. I have been a Rancho customer for 10 years and have been working for this fine company for the past two years. It was not until recently that Indra Vignola… Read more »


Pistachios: Rancho product of the week

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GROWTH and PRODUCTION In the early 1930s pistachio trees were planted as an experiment in the arid climate of California. A decade of research and breeding resulted in one particularly hearty variety, named Kerman. Commercial cultivation of pistachios expanded across the Central Valley of California by the 1960s. Today there are more than 100,000 acres… Read more »


Recipes from Turkey

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We’ve had such a great response to our summer newsletter, and wanted to share a few of the recipes from Sue and Richard’s cooking class in Istanbul, Turkey. Thanks to everyone who entered for the gift basket giveaway; the contest is now closed and we’ll be drawing a name for the lucky winner on September… Read more »


Mardelle’s Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti

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Mardelle Hanson is a long-time customer of ours, and a good friend of Sue and Richard Vignola. You’ll love her biscotti recipe. Try it today! FYI: Biscotti is the plural form of the mediaeval Latin word biscotto, meaning “twice-baked/cooked.” They were a valuable staple to the Roman legions because their shelf life was very long.



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Posts Tagged: pistachios

2020 wholesale pre-ordering: new products

Posted by & filed under article.

It’s an exciting year for new products at Rancho Vignola, especially in our baking category! We are very pleased to introduce Organic Cocoa Powder, Organic Hemp Seed Protein Powder and Organic Pumpkin Seed Protein Powder – perfect for healthy, high-protein baked treats. Stay tuned for recipe inspiration in the coming weeks.


Mac and Cheese Bake

Posted by & filed under recipe.

Hello to all my nutty friends. It’s Michelle from the Rancho Vignola office. This recipe brings up many mixed emotions for me; let me explain. I have been a Rancho customer for 10 years and have been working for this fine company for the past two years. It was not until recently that Indra Vignola… Read more »


Pistachios: Rancho product of the week

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GROWTH and PRODUCTION In the early 1930s pistachio trees were planted as an experiment in the arid climate of California. A decade of research and breeding resulted in one particularly hearty variety, named Kerman. Commercial cultivation of pistachios expanded across the Central Valley of California by the 1960s. Today there are more than 100,000 acres… Read more »


Recipes from Turkey

Posted by & filed under recipe.

We’ve had such a great response to our summer newsletter, and wanted to share a few of the recipes from Sue and Richard’s cooking class in Istanbul, Turkey. Thanks to everyone who entered for the gift basket giveaway; the contest is now closed and we’ll be drawing a name for the lucky winner on September… Read more »


Mardelle’s Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti

Posted by & filed under recipe, video.

Mardelle Hanson is a long-time customer of ours, and a good friend of Sue and Richard Vignola. You’ll love her biscotti recipe. Try it today! FYI: Biscotti is the plural form of the mediaeval Latin word biscotto, meaning “twice-baked/cooked.” They were a valuable staple to the Roman legions because their shelf life was very long.