Peanut butter is as American as apple pie, so dedicating a whole day to peanuts isn’t nuts, right? The American Peanut Council doesn’t think so. A matter of fact, they host an International Peanut Forum every April. This meet and greet is completely for the people in the ‘nutty’ business, like representatives of peanut producing countries, sellers, dealers, importers, manufacturers, and let’s not forgot the equipment suppliers, that network together to find cost effective ways to get peanuts in cabinets world-wide. Talk about dedicated peanut lovers.
This creamy crunchy snack isn’t just for eating either. Peanuts have actually made history!
Earl Adkins of Enfield, North Carolina currently holds the world record for growing the largest peanut standing a whopping 4 inches long! That’s a whole lot of PP&J’s.
In November 2010, Grand Saline, Texas won the title of the world’s largest peanut butter and jelly sandwich weight in at 1,342 pounds.
August 1976, a student from the University of Colorado named Tom Miller pushed a peanut to the top of Pike’s Peak, which is 14,100 feet, not to mention - with his nose!
Chris Ambrose holds the world record of eating 100 peanuts in under 60 seconds.
Celebrate today with your favorite peanut recipe and share it with peanut lovers around the world!
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