Plow & Hearth Exclusive Our 20 oz. Tin Of Sea Salt And Pepper Peanuts is hand-packed in a stay-fresh tin. The nuts are blanched, then cooked in oil for a crunchy texture and rich, delicious flavor.
Our Sea Salt And Pepper Peanuts are a thoughtful holiday gift that's always appreciated. Order cans individually for immediate shipment or as part of our Nuts of The Month Club. Buy several to keep on hand for company or as hostess gifts. They're a delicious treat that everyone always enjoys.
• Peanuts with sea salt and pepper • Blanched, then cooked in oil for a crunchy texture and rich flavor • Highest-quality, prime peanuts and hand-packed in a stay-fresh tin • A great gift or a special treat for yourself • Also available as part of our Nuts of the Month Club (August selection)
Size 20 oz.
Shipping Cannot ship to a PO Box. Ships within the 48 contiguous states only.
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Comments about Product: I bought several tins of these peanuts at Christmas as gifts for family and friends. Everyone has raved about them! (Especially the guys!) I am buying more by request for a friend who is deployed, and of course an extra tin for my family. They are fresh and delicious! And they are a great buy when compared with other Virginia peanut brands. And, by the way, the other companies do not have the sea salt AND pepper nuts. Don't be afraid of the pepper! It is not overwhelming and it adds a nice hint of flavor difference. Just a delightful treat!!!
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