General Nutrition Information One cup of raw peanuts contains approximately 828 calories, 72 grams of fat, 37 grams of protein, 24 grams of carbohydrates, 12 grams of fiber and 10 grams of saturated fat. These numbers constitute 110 percent of the daily value of fat, 73 percent of protein, 50 percent of saturated fat, 19 percent of fiber and 8 percent of carbohydrates. Raw peanuts have a negligible amount of sodium and are cholesterol free. Raw peanuts’ low carbohydrate-to-protein ratio makes them a good snack choice for people following low-carbohydrate, high-protein diets.
Raw peanuts are a great high protein snack and an amazing ingredient in many dishes. Hearty and healthy, peanuts are an excellent source of many essential vitamins and minerals, including but not limited to Vitamin E, Manganese, and heart healthy omega fats. We offer the finest raw shelled peanuts and we sell them at affordable prices. Go ahead and surprise the family with homemade peanut brittle, holiday baking, or with a pan full of homemade roasted peanuts. Packaged in bulk, you will have ample supplies to replenish your snack bowls or concession stands. With the natural nutty flavor of the peanuts, this will be a go-to snack for your bar, restaurant, or concession stand.
Delicious, savory peanuts are conveniently shelled for quick and easy use right from the box
Non-GMO, gluten-free high protein snack
Raw salt-free peanuts are rich in antioxidants and have more protein than many meats
Never roasted or salted, these are the perfect blank canvas for creating your own unique peanut creations or mix with dried fruit for a delicious combination
Save money and make your life easier when you buy in bulk! Peanuts can be stored for 6 months in the refrigerator and 12 months in the freezer
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Features of Raw Peanuts
Peanuts are rich in essential nutrients. In a 100-gram peanuts provide 567 kilocalories of food energy and are an excellent source of several B vitamins, vitamin E, several dietary minerals, such as manganese (95% DV), magnesium (52% DV) and phosphorus (48% DV), and dietary fiber. They also contain about 25 gram of protein per 100 gram serving, a higher proportion than in many tree nuts.