The groundnut or peanut is one of the important legume crops of tropical and semiarid tropical countries, where it provides a major source of edible oil and vegetable protein. Groundnut Kernel contains 47-53% oil and 25-36% protein.There are two most common names used for this crop i.e. groundnut or peanut. The term groundnut is used in most countries of Asia, Africa, Europe and Australia, while in north and South America it is commonly referred to as peanut. Groundnut are used in various forms, which include groundnut oil, roasted and salted groundnut, boiled or raw groundnut or as a paste popularly known as groundnut or peanut butter. Groundnut oil is the most important product of the crop, which is used for both domestic and industrial purposes. About 75% of the world groundnut production is used in extraction of edible oil.
peanut in shell
Sizes: 9/11 11/13 etc
long shape: 24/28, 28/32, 34/38, 38/42, 45/55
Round shape: 40/50, 50/60, 60/70, 70/80, 80/100.
Moisture: 8.5% max.
Admixture: 0.1% max
Imperfects: 4% max
Protein, Fat, Carbohydrate, Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron and other nutrients and minerals, and contains 8kinds of essential amino acids and unsaturated fatty acids, lecithin, choline, carotene, crude fiber and other substances.
Promote human growth and development.
Promote cell development, improve intelligence
Anti-aging and anti-premature aging
Moisten the lungs and stop coughing
Blood coagulation hemostasis
Prevention of coronary heart disease
Nourish the blood dredge breast milk
The prevention of colorectal cancer
Not only can be eaten raw, cooked, but also can add peanut oil, peanut butter and other flavor food, as well as make a variety of pastry fillings.