Peanuts grow in a very fascinating manner. They actually start out as an above-ground flower that, due to its heavyweight, bends towards the ground. The flower eventually burrows underground, which is where the peanut actually matures.
» The veined brown shell or pod of the peanut contains two or three peanut kernels. Each oval-shaped kernel or seed is comprised of two off-white lobes that are covered by brownish-red skin. Peanuts have a hardy, buttery and “nutty” taste. Peanuts go by various names throughout the world with “goober” or “goober pea” being one of the most popular. Goober is derived from nguba, the name for peanut in the Bantu language spoken in parts of Africa. Peanuts are known scientifically as Arachis hypogaea.
» While there are many varieties of peanuts, the ones most commonly found in the marketplace are the Virginia, Spanish and Valencia. Due to their high protein content and chemical profile, peanuts are processed into a variety of different forms, including butter, oil, flour, and flakes Peanuts are an excellent source of biotin. They are also a very good source of copper as well as a good source of manganese, niacin, molybdenum, folate, vitamin E, phosphorus, vitamin B1, and protein.
Bold : 50/55, 60/70, 70/80, 80/90
Java : 38/42, 50/55, 60/70, 70/80, 80/90, 90/100
Moiture : 7%
Broken & Split : 1% Maz
Damage & Imperfect : 1% Max
Foreige Matter : 0.5 Max
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