I noticed on the bag that I picked up there (but didn't buy) that they were packaged in China. I know from other reading that many pine nuts from China cause that problem. It seems to be the variety of pine nuts, though, not the location, as the offending variety can be, and is, grown in other places. Does anyone who experiences pine mouth know for sure? (As those with firsthand knowledge will understand, I'm not going to experiment!) Thank you so much. ;o)
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