Peanut & Mycotoxin Innovation Lab

A blog about leading science in peanut and food security.

New peanut milk hits stores – including Walmart – in January

Nut-milk processor Elmhurst debuted the new Milked Peanuts beverage at the American Peanut Council’s Winter Conference, giving attendees their first taste of two new varieties at a luncheon sponsored by the National Peanut Board.  “The launch of the Elmhurst brand of Peanut Milk products truly opens up a new product…
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New peanut milk to hit shelves in 2018

A new peanut milk product was introduced at a food show in Baltimore, Maryland this week and will be on store shelves early next year, according to the National Peanut Board. Elmhurst Milked Peanuts – Chocolate made its debut at the Natural Products Expo East, and a second peanut milk…
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Graphics highlight sustainability of groundnuts

The National Peanut Board has compiled onto one webpage several interesting and attractive graphics the organization commissioned to explain how sustainable groundnuts can be. The graphics – which you can access here – stress how peanuts consume relatively little water, improve soil quality and can produce a crop even in…
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FDA says peanuts can be labeled ‘healthy’

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will allow peanuts to be called “healthy,” the National Peanut Board announced. This week, FDA started the public process to redefine what foods can claim on their label to have healthy nutrient content. In the interim, FDA has issued guidelines that allows industry to…
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