You have of store credit. To use it, simply place your order and you will be able to choose store credit as the payment method when it comes time to pay for your order.
We require a $45 minimum order.
Since 1946, the Gonzales family has grown the rare and fabulous California Blenheim apricots. Grown on our Hollister ranch, we continue to be the farmer, pruner, dryer, packer, and seller of the vanishing Blenheim apricot. We produce the best tasting apricots in the world all "Home Grown in the Flavor Zone"!
In addition to our incredible dried apricots, be sure to discover our variety of nuts (walnuts, pistachios, almonds) and other dried fruits (peaches, pears, prunes, and more). For those who believe less is more, we have dark and delicious unsulfured dried apricots. And don't forget our sweet and tart selection of apricot jams and syrups as well as our decadent chocolate covered fruits and nuts. Simply delicious! Everything here on the ranch is organically grown.
Pits (Kernels in the shell) (6 lbs. Bulk)
Our sun dried Blenheim apricot pits are organically home grown...pesticide free.
Get out your hammer and crack the purest concentration of nature's vitamin B-17.
The kernels are chewable, bitter, and a natural source of Laetrile, B-15 and B-17.
Our kernels are not shelled.
A hammer, hand-held nutcracker or similar tool will be needed to crack the pits.
I don't have the strength, so the ApricotQueen uses a dishtowel and a hammer and the kernels are kept in a neat area.
Check out our recipes page for a great way to eat these very nutritious pits.
*Apricot pits are considered controversial because, like apple seeds, they contain cyanide.
However, they also contain vitamin B-17 and Laetrile not found in any other food source.
Please use reasonable judgment when consuming this product.
Ordered the pits several times
Posted by HB on Oct 11th 2018
We have ordered these apricot pits from Apricot King several times. We love the nutrition both for us and our dogs. They have a little bit of a flowery taste and a little bitter. Used for centuries in Italian cooking called bitter almond. They are a great source of B17! We Love them!