Double pistachio kernel is a specialized term used by pistachio activists. I mean pistachio kernel with soft and edible skin on it and actually pistachio kernel.
The pistachio kernel of the two skins is very useful and is graded according to the degree of greenness. The very dark green is called the Super Grade, which is also the most luxurious and expensive. Grade S or (Grade S) is used to express the super degree. It is then graded from Grade A to Grade A, and graded to Grade A and Brained to Grade D, respectively. Next, the Grade E yines are peeled in half or so-called cotyledons, which can be greener than Grade D. A lower stage is also called the Grade F, which tends to be yellow in addition to the crushed and halved brains.
Overall length of peeled pistachio kernel is expensive due to weight loss and so-called load loss as well as the cost of peeling the product. Grade A pistachio kernels are close to the super-type and price-wise after the super-type, and so are the price reductions for Grades B, C, D, E, and F.
Because this product loses its protective coating or the same soft skin on the pistachio kernel, it becomes more susceptible to contamination, so we offer this product in a vacuum packed container. And in fact, the stated price is given by the cost of this package.
The consumption of pistachio kernels has been widespread, ranging from meat processing plants to confectioners.