The peanut otherwise called the groundnut and the goober is due to its unique characteristics, categorizing it both a grain vegetable and an oil crop due to its high oil content.  If you have tasted other tree nuts, like pecans and almonds, then you are bound to have a fair idea of the taste and dietary profile of peanuts.

Wellsprings of Peanuts:

Peanuts are broadly derived in tropical and subtropical locales of the world. Sudan is estimated as the best maker of the yield in the Arabian and African globe. Sudanese creation was 1.9 million tons in the year 2014 as indicated by FAOSTAT (Food and Agricultural Organization of the United States).

Sourced from Sudan

General Use of Peanuts

Source of Protein & Fiber
Peanut Flower
Confections, desserts, and spreads
Paint, oil, and leather dressing
Plastic, wallboard, and abrasives
Fuel, cellulose, and adhesives
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Types we offer

Peanuts Kernel (Ashford type)

These are the seeds of which the outside shells shading fluctuates from white to yellowish white, given that the hued seeds may not surpass 5%.

Peanuts Kernel Barberton type (Spanish)

These are whitish sesame seeds which contain a most extreme 25% of colored seeds.

Peanuts Kernels Kava Type (80/90)

These are the seeds of which the outside shells shading shifts from brilliant to caramel and may contain 26% or a greater amount of colored seeds.

Primary Users


Peanut Butter manufacturers

Whole food and supplement producers

Cookies producers

Sport facilities

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