You may have seen a headline or two recently that people are eating more almonds than peanuts. The short answer is that’s just not true. The average American eats 6.6 pounds of peanuts per year (in the form of snack peanuts, peanut butter, peanut flour, peanut oil and other products). (1) In contrast, the average American eats 2.0 pounds of almonds per year. (2)
Discover the Powerful Peanut–A collection of 12, easy to implement 3rd to 5th grade activities that explore peanuts and peanut production.
Here you’ll find our Infographic showing why America’s food banks need protein-rich donations + 7 reasons peanut butter is the perfect gift.
Hot boiled peanuts are the quintessential Southern treat. Follow our easy “how-to” recipe to create your own salty, shell-shucking-worthy snack.
What if you could increase the amount of protein and other beneficial nutrients, lower the amount of mostly good fats and still keep the great flavor of peanuts and peanut butter? Gluten-free peanut flour may be the answer.
Simple. Practical. Delicious. Gluten-Free. Make your own peanut butter just for the satisfaction of sampling your own creation.
The nutty aroma of hearty vegetables vegetables fills the house on a chilly afternoon.
Did you know? Peanuts have more protein than any other nut and the good fats that help fight hunger. More nutrition facts here.
Peanuts give a natural crunch to this classic chicken recipe.
How is National Peanut Board funded? How do growers get on the Board? What is National Peanut Board doing about the allergy issue? Get answers here.
Like many natural foods, peanuts grow underground. From tiny seeds to brilliant blooming flowers and sturdy pegs, learn more about the life of a peanut plant.
As the “Father of the Peanut Industry,” Carver developed more than 300 uses for peanuts. Even Franklin D. Roosevelt and Thomas Edison were fans.