Pecans – Products & Specs

Please note our pecan products will vary with each harvest. This is due to the quality and size of the kernel we retrieve once nut-in-shell is cracked. Below is a list of our specifications available for your use. 

PFPS01 Pecan Nut in Shell (Non US Graded) PFPS01 Pecan Nut in Shell (Non US Graded) (281 KB)

PFPS02 Pecan Kernel Fancy PFPS02 Pecan Kernel Fancy (289 KB)

PFPS03 Pecan Kernel Choice PFPS03 Pecan Kernel Choice (286 KB)

PFPS04 Pecan Kernel Amber PFPS04 Pecan Kernel Amber (282 KB)

PFPS05 Pecan Kernel Fancy (Organic) PFPS05 Pecan Kernel Fancy (Organic) (261 KB)

PFPS08 Pecan Nut in Shell (US Graded) PFPS08 Pecan Nut in Shell (US Graded) (281 KB)

Allergen Management

Stahmann Farms Enterprises (SFE) is dedicated to its core business of tree-nut processing. SFE will not knowingly introduce other potential allergenic substances that may adversely affect our various stakeholders.

Any potential ingredient used by Stahmann Farms must comply with SFE's detailed HACCP and Food Safety requirements. SFE's products adhere to the FSANZ Food Standards Code and the requirements of Codex Alimentarius.

Stahmann Farms train all staff in appropriate good manufacturing practices (GMP) and strive to create a culture and awareness within the organisation to ensure that cross contamination and allergen risks do not affect our stakeholders.

SFE staff from its technical and processing departments have been appropriately trained in allergen management, cross contamination issues and labelling requirements. These staff are responsible for overseeing processing and cleaning operations to ensure product safety.

SFE staff have also been trained in Voluntary Incidental Trace Allergen Labelling (VITAL) and apply this tool to ensure correct labelling decisions are made.

Contact Details

Address: 193 McDougall Street, Toowoomba Qld 4350

Email: info@stahmann.com.au

Google Maps: See our location online.

Phone: +61 7 4699 9400

About Stahmann Farms

Stahmann Farms Inc. was established in Las Cruces, New Mexico, in 1932 by Deane Stahmann Snr. He and his sons, the late brothers, Deane Jnr and Bill Stahmann, planted more than 100,000 Pecan trees (pronounced p'cahn in southern USA) on a vast property still operated by the family.
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