Infinuty peanuts are grown for them by a local Greek farmer who has his orchards north of Athens. The local climate, year-round conditions and quality soil provide excellent conditions for their growth. The farmer delivers them to us in the raw state (RAW), without shell, but also with shell. It is the skin that gives the peanuts an unmistakable taste and preserves important nutritional values. Peanuts are not really nuts but legumes, also called peanuts, so raw peanuts are not very tasty (more reminiscent of raw peas). That is why thorough and relatively long roasting is necessary to achieve a strong peanut taste and aroma. Of course, like all Infinuty’s nuts, peanuts are only roasted by a stream of hot air, without the use of fat. Thus, they are not burned or otherwise degraded.
No added sugar, salt or palm oil. Gluten-free. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Store in a dark and dry place.
Did you know?
– Peanuts are not really nuts, but legumes. Peanuts are also an alternative name for peanuts. Peanuts were a well-known crop long before our era, when they were commonly used by the Incas in South America. After the discovery of the world by Europeans, peanuts spread all over the world.
– About 3,500 years ago, it was common in some tribes of the Incas, in present-day Peru, to put a jar of peanuts in their graves while burying their loved ones.
– King of rock’n’roll Elvis Presley loved peanut butter and banana sandwiches.
– Astronaut Alan Shepard took peanuts with him on a flight to the moon in 1971.