Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.
Boiled peanuts are a tasty snack and a favorite food of the South. Their distinct salty taste comes from boiling green peanuts, still in the shell, in salt water. The boiling process releases flavors and nutrients from the peanut shell, making the nuts soft, fresh, and flavorful. Our boiled peanuts are canned only hours after being picked, so they retain their delicious taste.
How to Eat Boiled Peanuts
Our boiled peanuts come from the popular Margaret Holmes Peanut Patch brand, in 7.5 oz dried weight cans (these used to be called Roddenberry). To enjoy the boiled peanuts, drain the brine from the can and shell the peanuts. For extra flavor, try heating the peanuts in the liquid after opening the can.
Boiled Peanuts Nutrition
1. Boiled peanuts contain more antioxidants than roasted or raw peanuts. A 2007 study conducted by researchers from Alabama A&M University's Department of Food and Animal Sciences found that boiled peanuts bring out up to four times more phytochemicals that help protect against disease than raw, dry or oil-roasted nuts. These phytochemicals have antioxidant qualities that protect cells against the risk of degenerative diseases, including cancers, diabetes and heart disease.
2. Boiled peanuts support a healthy heart. Boiled Peanuts contain resveratrol, a plant chemical also found in red wine, which studies have shown to have a protective effect against cancer and heart disease. A 2013 study published in the journal Science Translational Medicine found that resveratrol still remains effective even after the body has metabolized it. The lead researcher of this study believes that this regeneration effect could be beneficial in treating a wide variety of human diseases.
3. Boiled peanuts are an excellent source of nutrients. Our peanuts are loaded with many vitamins and minerals and are high in plant protein. Also, the fat content is primarily the good kind which includes monounsaturated and polyunsaturated. According to the American Heart Association, replacing saturated and trans fat with unsaturated fat as part of a healthy diet can help lower LDL “bad” cholesterol levels.
A Tasty Tradition
Boiled peanuts have been a cultural tradition of the Southern United States since at least the Civil War, when Confederate soldiers would use salt water to boil and preserve the "goober peas" they were given as rations. Today, these peanuts are still extremely popular in the South, and were even proclaimed the official snack food of South Carolina in 2006. During the summer months, families, neighbors, and friends throughout the South often gather to boil peanuts together and enjoy them outdoors over a cold drink.
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Judy, Wilmington, NC April 24, 2012
“Loved your cheery e-mail and my gift recipient loved the boiled peanuts which can't be found in his part of the country. Will order again, I'm sure. Thanks, Nuts!”
Stephanie, San Diego, CA April 20, 2012
“I grew up eating green boiled peanuts in North Carolina and always loved them. I moved to Arizona and went without them for years! I just moved to California and saw I could order them online, and it takes me back to my hometown every time <3 thank you! Truly the South's favorite snack :)”
Randy, Warren, Maine March 28, 2012
“I ordered boiled peanuts (regular and cajun) for the first time with nuts.com I AM HOOKED. My order arrived right on time. These reminded me of the roadside farm stand in Apopka Fla where we used to buy boiled peanuts 30 years ago. Thanks for the great products and bringing me back in time.”
Patty, Fremont, California February 29, 2012
“I have love boiled peanuts ever since I was a little girl in south Georgia, but I haven't been able to find them in many years. When I found your website, I was delighted. I ordered a whole case and have made boiled peanut lovers out of my 2 daughters. Thank you very much!”
jennifer, royersford, pa February 24, 2012
“every now and then i get a craving for some boiled peanuts and when i do i know just where to go. thank ya'll so much.”
Kiawatha, Dallas, Texas February 14, 2012
“I live in Dallas Texas, and I was born in North Carlina and remember eating boiled peanuts as a kid all the time. I tried for months locating them here in Dallas with no luck. Finally i went to Nuts.com and found them. They shipped quickly and taste great. Thank you so much.
Rebecca, Luray, VA February 9, 2012
“AAAHHHH! Boiled peanuts! I hadn't enjoyed them for years until I went with my wife to visit her family in Georgia right before the wedding and ever since then all I've wanted is boiled peanuts - well FINALLY, my prayers have been answered - I have an entire case of boiled peanuts to enjoy - I have 6 cans in the crock pot heating up and I've already sneaked a couple nuts to enjoy - on top of that we run a half-way homeless shelter and with 13 residents there are plenty of people who are preparing to enjoy their first boiled peanut experience - AHHH, thank you nuts for this opportunity!”
Joyce, Lynwood, IL January 11, 2012
“Love them, takes me back to Waycross, GA. I miss boiled peanuts, you can't get them in the north.”
Ellie, Jeffersonville Indiana December 22, 2011
“Simply yummy , got the boiled peanuts & they are just perfect , thank you & Merry Christmas !!!!”
Turner, Tucson, Az December 16, 2011
“First it was raisin bread; then there
were Twizzlers; now it's boiled peanuts: Another addiction!”
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Cindy, Warwick, RI September 12, 2014
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Serving Size 30g (~1.1 oz.)
(Approx. 15.2 Servings/Pound)
|Amount Per Serving|
|Calories From Fat||70|
Green Boiled Peanuts, Water, Salt, Erythorbic Acid (To Promote Color Retention).
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Store open or closed under refrigeration for up to 6 months. This item can be frozen.
Country of Origin: United States