Bech’s organic pili nut farm sustainable Investment Opportunity!
Bech’s Pili Nut Farm will be the largest producer of organic pili nuts in the world by 2016, also making it the largest supplier of organic pili nuts in the world, with over 370,000+ pili trees planted to date, with their plans to have the number of planted trees to 5000,000+ by the end of 2015.
They taste kind of like macadamias, but instead of being round and hard, they’re long and soft. Melt in your mouth like chocolate, you have to try to believe…
They’re delicious and buttery and practically melt in your mouth; they’re really fun to eat.
Volcanic organic pili nuts are native to the Philippines and are considered a tropical to semi-tropical tree, they start to produce nuts after just 1 years.
Pili nuts have an array of nutrients. As Nutrition Data shows, they contain a lot of Manganese, Thiamin and Phosphorus.
Pili nuts are an excellent source of heart health omegas that aid in the prevention of cardiovascular disease and brain function.
In addition, the nuts contain all eight essential amino acids.
This assists in maintaining healthy blood-sugar levels, the development of muscle tissue, regulation of energy, hormone production, healthy skin and bones, liver detoxification, nerve cell health and brain balance.
On the negative side, they’re high in saturated fat and in Omega 6 fatty acids.
Pili nut is a nut that is comparable to almonds in taste and texture and is 70% oil, the highest content of any nut.
In Asia, Japan, China, Europe, America, Australia, the pili nut is widely used in desserts, cooking, health foods.
The kernels are used in Indonesia for making cakes.
In other countries, they are often used in ice cream, chocolate, and baked goods.
Considered to be a cross between an almond and a macadamia nut, the pili nut carries much culinary diversity although that has yet to develop in the Philippines where the nut is most commonly enjoyed glazed and honey roasted as a snack.
They are also consumed raw, salted, and roasted. When processed, they are used in nougats, caramels, and dipped in chocolate coating.
The ground pili meat is ideal for use in marzipan, cakes, and tarts.
Alternatively, they can be used as a topping or mixed into cakes, muffins, breads, biscuits, ice cream, spring rolls or salad.
The kernels are not the only edible portions of the pili nuts.
The fruit pulp and young shoots are also edible.
The pili pulp is usually boiled and seasoned.
The texture is reminiscent of a sweet potato with an oil content of about 12 percent.
It is believed to carry a similar food value as an avocado.
The shoots of the pili are widely used in salads.
As might be expected, a nut that boasts such natural origins will also carry some impressive health benefits. Rich in vital electrolytes, protein, calcium, potassium, and phosphorus, pili nuts are as delicious as they are good for the heart.
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Almost all parts of the pili nut tree, the nuts, the pulp, the nut shell, the bark, the roots, the leaves are useful commercially in by-products and native handicrafts ie. Jewelry, Cosmetics, Medecines, Food, recipies, Health foods, Sport Nutrician Bars, Peanut Butter, Cooking oils, Jewelery, Furniture, construction lumber, hydroponic soil medium, charcoal briquettes, the list goes on.
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To celebrate our 3rd year anniversary at Bech’s Pili nut farm, with some 300+ hectares of land and a total of 350,000+ trees planted to date (November 2014), Bech’s farm have decided to offer this special sale price to a very limited number of investors.
‘life in the Highlands at Bech’s Organic Pili Nut Farm are very fruitful in more ways than one, come visit us, experience the nut that melts in your mouth like Chocolate!’
Where do the pili nuts come from?
Bech’s Organic Pili Nut Farm is located way up in the highlands at Tablas Island, Romblon, Philippines, this location was chosen by Professors and agriculturists who advised the area has the best climate for the healthy, strong growth of the organic pili nuts, with high nutrients and volcanic ash in the soils.
Bech’s farm has access roads leading all around the farms, orchards and workers storage areas at the 300+ hectares farm. Comprising of phases One, two, three, four, five, six, seven and now 8.
A brand new water irrigation system, pipielines, electric pumps, water towers have been recently installed to aid in the watering of the land and the trees, there are also several rivers, creeks, water falls in and around the Orchards, but as a beter protection during the warm summer months sometimes with low water supply, Bech’s farm is now covered for such times. View updates in our Picture Albums, watch some great videos in our video page in the menu above..
Climatic and soil requirements to grow pili nut trees:
Pili nut tree thrives best in areas where rainfall is evenly distributed throughout the year, in sandy loam soil, rich in organic matter and in volcanic soils like here at Bech’s Organic Pili Nut Farm, Tablas, Romblon, Philippines.
Soils where volcanic activity has taken place are favorable to the pili nut tree.
The secret to success with the pili nut trees at Bech’s Organic Pili Nut Farm, is in the organic volcanic soils in which the trees grow very well with the perfect climate, mountain springs, creeks, water falls in the orchards, forna and flaura galore.
All their trees are given natural organic feeds and supplements, and 60% of the water is from the rain, the rest is supplied via the irrigation system from creeks, waterfalls and rivers around the farms mountains and valleys all natural, non-polluted, pure spring water.