Roadside stands selling boiled peanuts have dotted country roads from South Carolina to Florida for generations. Known as “The caviar of the South,” boiled peanuts are a Southern tradition…and the “Official Snack of South Carolina.”
Today, the unique “adventurous” taste of boiled peanuts is available in grocery stores nationwide, thanks to Peanut Patch Boiled Peanuts. Based in the heart of South Carolina peanut country, Peanut Patch grows a significant amount of its own peanuts.
Most of the rest come from nearby farms in the Palmetto State. “Locally grown” means Peanut Patch Boiled Peanuts are prepared fresh...from the ground to the can in the same day, which make them more flavorful and nutritious than dried or roasted peanuts.
Peanut Patch Boiled Peanuts come in a variety of flavors. Besides the Original Southern Style, Hot & Spicy, and Cajun, four new Limited Edition flavors are now available: Southern BBQ, Sweet Heat, Jalapeño Garlic, and Salt ‘N Vinegar.
They come in three different can sizes: the big 6-pound can, the 27-ounce can and the 13.5-ounce can. They’re also available hot ‘n ready-to-eat in many convenience stores and grocery delis.
McCall Farms, the South Carolina icon of canned vegetables and fruits since 1954, acquired Peanut Patch Boiled Peanuts from Roddenberry in 2002. Since then, Peanut Patch Boiled Peanuts has become America’s No. 1 brand. “The Taste of the South” is becoming a National Treat…