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Peanuts and Coke: Good Ideas Live On

boy drinking peanutscoke

One idea that could easily fall into the category of “absurd” is the Southern tradition of peanuts and Coke®–or more explicitly, pouring peanuts into your Coke® before taking a gulp. Today, one teacher in Georgia is doing her part to keep the peanuts-in-your-Coke® idea alive for her high school students.

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Don’t Strike Out with Snacks at the Ballpark. Peanuts are a Home Run.

Peanuts and Baseball

It’s time to swing into Spring, baseball and ball park visits. While you are keeping track of hits, runs and errors, let’s look at the statistics of the typical ballpark food.

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9 Surprising Facts about PB&Js


You’ve probably been eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches since you were a kid, but we’re willing to bet that there a few things that may still surprise you about America’s beloved sandwich.

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Have You Tried Peanut-Flavored Beer? Here’s How 2 Breweries Craft Beer That Patrons Go Nuts For


Grab a seat at a typical American bar and you’re likely to find peanuts to go with your beer. Now, craft brewers are incorporating peanuts into the brew.

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Think you may have a food allergy? Here’s what you should know.

Food Allergy Campaign

Have you ever asked yourself or wondered, “Do I have a food allergy?” it’s important to be evaluated and properly diagnosed by a board-certified allergist.

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Cha-Cha-Cha-Peanuts: Peanuts and chia have more in common than you think

Chia Peanut Butter

Maligned in the 1980s as a living decoration for clay figurines, chia seeds are experiencing a resurgence as a health food. And they have a perfect partner in peanuts.

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Ethnic Flavor Trends: Africa


According to National Restaurant Association, “African flavors are the hottest new cuisine to be explored by chefs around the country”.

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Mythbusters: Peanuts and Aflatoxin

Peanut Mythbusters

Aflatoxin is a naturally occurring byproduct of mold that affects many crops. However, rigorous food safety measures mean the risk of a consumer being exposed to aflatoxin in American peanut products is very low indeed. According to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA): To date, there has never been a human illness outbreak caused by aflatoxins in the US, where foods are carefully regulated and inspected to prevent such an occurrence.

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5 Peanut Nutrition Myths Busted for National Registered Dietitian Day

Peanuts Feature

NPB’s Dietitian Sherry Coleman Collins addresses common myths about peanuts,.

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10 ways to add peanut butter to #breakfast (and why you should)

Peanut Butter Apple Oats

It’s only been an hour or two since you ate breakfast but your stomach’s rumbling like crazy. Maybe you don’t feel quite satisfied after your morning meal. Do either of these scenarios sound familiar?

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