Peanut Types: Spanish Peanuts

This type peanut is grown primarily in Texas and produces a small reddish-brown kernel.

Around 2% of the 2013 crop were Spanish peanuts. Their consistent shape, size and color make them popular with candy and brittle manufacturers. A naturally high oil content makes Spanish peanuts ideal for extracting peanut oil.

Spanish Type - All Spanish peanuts are shelled, meaning we knock the shell off them all.