Planters Peanuts has embarked on a new program which highlights the benefits of peanuts to your health, which impacts other areas of your life.
Peanut butter is one of America's favorite foods. Found in about 75% of American homes, peanut butter is considered by many to be a staple like bread and milk.
Peanuts have many uses. They can be used to fight malnutrition and aid in famine relief, and they can also provide, or be the basis for, any number of food products.
Peanut Butter for the Hungry is the humanitarian initiative of the U.S. Peanut industry to help malnourished children around the world.
Container Ships move American Peanuts to International Markets
In complete agreement with USDA/FAS regulations, American Peanut Council does not discriminate in its programs on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation or marital or family status.
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U.S. peanuts farmers can expect a “paradigm shift” in peanut production within a few years when breeders begin taking advantage of a new tool to select for improved traits in new varieties.
Peanut butter is delicious in cookies and on sandwiches, but its uses go beyond the kitchen. The tasty mixture of roasted nuts can do everything from removing grime to preserving garden tools. Discover the most unexpected uses for PB now!
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