Deeznuts, a snack company founded by former employees of the popular Oreo cookie, have launched a new line of nut-packed snacks featuring nut carcinoma, which has been linked to a number of food-related deaths.
The new line, called Pine Nuts, features pine nuts and other nuts from the Nutella and Oreo line.
The company is making the new snacks in partnership with the National Nutritional Laboratory (NNL), a research facility that is working to identify foods that could cause cancer and death.
Deeznuts said it will start selling Pine Nums in the U.S. and Canada next year, but not all of the nut-filled snacks will be available in the United States.
The company said it had received “thousands” of requests for Pine Nills from the public in the last month.
It is currently selling pine nuts in Europe, Japan, Australia and Australia.
The NLL announced last month that it had identified a “small but rapidly growing” population of cancer-causing foods, including foods like peanuts and cashews.
The National Nutrient Database Project (NNDCP), which the NLL is part of, identified more than 6,000 foods that have been linked with cancer.
In a statement, the NLDCP said that pine nuts have been found to be “linked to a significant number of cases of colon, rectal, and esophageal cancer.”
“The NLDDPP has been unable to identify any conclusive link between the consumption of pine nuts or their use as a snack food and any of the cancers it has identified,” the NMDP said.
The Pine Numps are made from pine nuts that have grown from seeds grown in North America.
The nuts were used as an ingredient in Oreos and other cookies before being banned from the U