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Planters Cocktail Peanuts, 35-Ounce Plastic Jars (Pack of 3)
- Pack of 3, 35-ounce jar
- Cocktail peanuts
- Planters Peanuts come in Regular, Unsalted, Honey Roasted and more
- Contains 3, 35oz jars; 105oz total
- Oil roasted and salted, USA-grown and harvested peanuts.
- Plastic jar
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Little did he know that the small business he began in 1906 would grow into the world's grandest nut company. We have built our reputation and a powerful brand by offering superior quality and product innovation.
American favorite for over 100 years.
PLANTERS has been an American favorite for over 100 years. Whether you love PLANTERS Peanuts for their delicious peanut taste or their satisfying crunch, there’s a variety just for you.
All about the Peanut
Although its name implies it is a nut, peanuts are not true nuts but, instead, a member of a family of legumes related to peas, lentils, chickpeas and other beans. Peanuts start growing as a flower, but, because of their heavy weight after pollination, they bend toward and eventually go underground where the peanut matures. Although peanuts come in many varieties, there are four main types with specific size, taste and nutrient make-up; they include Runners, Virginia, Spanish and Valencia. Runners have become extremely popular because of their high yield. More than half of these peanuts are used for peanut butter. Virginias have the largest kernels and are typically the peanuts you find roasted in the shell or in snack bags. Spanish-type peanuts have smaller kernels and higher oil content than other types of peanuts and are covered with a reddish-brown skin. They are used mostly in peanut candies, some snack nuts and peanut butter. Valencias are a very sweet "nut" with three or more small kernels to a pod and are covered in a bright-red skin. They are usually roasted or boiled and sold in-the-shell.
So many nuts, so little time.
In the mood for something simple? Grab one of our single-nut varieties like PLANTERS Regular Dry Roasted Peanuts. Needing a little wholesome energy to keep you going? Try our new PLANTERS Sustaining Energy Mix. Want to be a little adventurous? Taste our PLANTERS Peanut Butter.
A Healthy Handful of Peanuts
- Protein helps keep you satisfied. And peanuts—which are not actually nuts but, like peas and beans, are legumes—have seven grams of protein per one–ounce serving.
- Fiber - Peanuts are a good source of dietary fiber, which can help keep you feeling full longer and can aid digestion. Not too many snacks contain fiber!
- Niacin is a B vitamin that the body uses to convert food into energy. A one–ounce serving of peanuts delivers about 15% of the niacin you need each day.
- Vitamin E - A one–ounce serving of peanuts delivers a good source of Vitamin E, an antioxidant that helps you protect cells from damage.
- Resveratrol - This plant compound with antioxidant properties is found in peanuts (especially high in peanut skins) as well as grapes. Many scientific studies are looking at its health benefits.
- “Good” Fats - Experts recommend limiting the intake of foods high in saturated fat and replacing them with foods high in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated–“good”—fats. And 80% of the fat in peanuts comprise the “good” fats.
Choking warning: Do not give nuts to children under 4. Manufactured on equipment that processes peanuts, other tree nuts.
Peanuts, Peanut and/or Cottonseed Oil, Sea Salt.
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Top Customer Reviews
The key to good healthy peanuts is to read the label and choose the canister with the fewest ingredients. Its kind of a bite since the font on the labels is so small, but for our health that is what we must now do until Planters simplifies things by not adding junk to the nuts.
Here is the link on Amazon to the one Planters Dry Roast that ingredients listed are only PEANUTS! Yay
I also like the lightly salted ones without all the garbage that is either harmful or makes you fat.
Disclosure : I am eating Planters Peanuts as I write this review.
Definitely not. As a matter of fact, in my book, Eight Weeks to Optimum Health, one of the first things I ask readers to do is to go through their pantry shelves and throw out anything made with cottonseed oil. I regard it as unhealthy because it is too high in saturated fat and too low in monounsaturated fat. What's more, cottonseed oil may contain natural toxins and probably has unacceptably high levels of pesticide residues (cotton is not classified as a food crop, and farmers use many agrichemicals when growing it). Be on the lookout for cottonseed oil in packaged foods and avoid products that contain it. Manufacturers like it because it's cheap, and products that say "may contain one or more of these oils" and list cottonseed, will almost certainly contain it.
In one oz. of these peanuts is 7g of protein, 22% of your fat, and 170 calories. Probably best to not eat and find healthier nuts without the cottonseed oil.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I eat peanuts like they're going out of style. They provide a high quality protein and the oils are fantastic for the body. Read morePublished on March 6, 2013 by Kent Grabau
Best peanuts on the market. Good size container as well. If you have time to read reviews of peanuts, you have WAY TOO much time. Go do something constructive...Published on April 1, 2012 by 'Doctor Who' fanboy
I ordered these 3 times and the expiry date on all of them was Jan 2012. Not sure why they did this, very disappointed.Published on December 5, 2011 by S. Arya
What can i say about planter peanuts, they were a good value. They are tasty as always and they will last me for a good long time. Read morePublished on September 7, 2011 by Smiley