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Raw Peanut in Shell raw peanut in shell

Peanut in shell size: 7/9, 8/10, 9/11, 10/12, 11/13, 13/15 KPO
3 kernels in one pod or 2-4 kernels in one pod (sili red variety)
Origin: Henan, Shandong, Hebei
Package: In New Strong P.P woven. Bags of 30 Kgs Net Each


Specification: Moisture: 9.0% max

Aflatoxin B1:2ppb max
Admixture:1% max
Aflatoxin B1+B2+G1+G2:4ppb max
Imperfect grains:4%max


Roasted Peanut in Shell

Roasted peanut in shell size: 9/11, 11/13,13/15  
Origin: Shandong province
Packing: in 25kgs vacuum bags with outer P.P woven bags

Specification: Moisture: 3.0% Max
Admixture: 0.2% Max
Imperfect Grains: 5.0% Max.   


Nutritional Information:

Peanuts, also called groundnuts is a valuable source of E, K, and B vitamins (it is the richest plant source of thiamine (B1), and is also rich in niacin, which is low in cereals). Groundnut cakes, formed after the oil is extracted, are a high protein animal feed. With proper processing, people also use the cake to make products, such as biscuits and baby foods.


Sugar Coated Peanuts


  • Cup granulated sugar
  • Cup raw shelled peanuts with skins on 1/2 cup water
Dissolve sugar in water in sauce pan over medium heat. Add peanuts and continue to cook over medium heat, stirring frequently. Cook until peanuts are completely sugared (Coated and no syrup). Pour on ungreased cookie sheet, separate peanuts with a fork. Bake at 300 degrees fahrenheit for approximately 30 minutes, stirring at ten minute intervals.


    Peanut in Shell Health Benefits

    Chinese peanuts are particularly renowned for their high quality and fresh flavor. Independent taste panels have shown that Chinese peanuts have the highest “pea nutty” flavor. For consumers, taste is crucial to repeat purchase decisions. Chinese peanuts, over any others, are most likely to guarantee consumer satisfaction.
    Peanuts help protect against heart disease, contribute to lowering blood cholesterol and help maintain a healthy weight. Peanuts and peanut butter are a rich source of the essential nutrients magnesium, folate, Vitamin E, potassium and also contain resveratrol-a plant chemical which is thought to help the body protect itself against heart disease and some cancers. Peanuts are also an excellent source of protein and have a very low glycemic index (GI) of just 14. By eating peanuts, glucose us released into the blood more slowly, which combined with peanuts’ high levels of fibre and protein, leaves the consumer feeling fuller for longer.