APG has assembled an All-Star line-up of celebrity chefs who will make U.S.-grown pistachios the star of their dishes. Wolfgang Puck, Nancy Silverton, Gerald Hirigoyen and Martin Yan will guide journalists in the U.S., China, France, Germany, India, Italy and Spain through live, interactive cook-alongs via Zoom.
Today it was announced that a new analysis1 shows U.S. grown roasted pistachios meet the generally accepted definition as a “complete protein,” meaning they join the ranks of a small number of plant proteins such as quinoa, chickpeas, and soybeans that have become popular among vegetarians and consumers who wish to move away from animal proteins.
American Pistachio Growers collaborated with M99 Beer, a popular craft beer sold in eight retail stores in Chengdu and Chongqing, China. The perfect pairing of American pistachios and M99 beer was celebrated through journalist events in each city to help spread the word. Ms. Li Li, Commissioner of the U.S.
American Pistachio Growers’ continued goal is to increase awareness of the health and ﬁtness beneﬁts of American pistachios for mothers-to-be who have gestational diabetes. To this end, a series of digital advertisements appeared on three of China’s popular maternal websites.
Nearly 8,000 runners received a sample pack of pistachios in their goody bags in Italy’s Napoli Marathon in Naples, February 24 and Germany’s Bramfelder Winter Running Series, January 20 and February 17.
Recovery nutrition is all about giving the body the fuel it needs to replenish, rebuild and adapt to the training stimulus it has endured. If fuel isn’t provided, the gains from the workout will be compromised and will limit performance and adaptation in subsequent sessions.