Taste test: These in-shell peanuts were quite good, as the shells were fairly easy to break off, and the nuts were quite tasty despite the lack of salt.
We bought these at a supermarket and ate them at an office, but that's just not how you're supposed too eat in-shell peanuts. You're supposed to eat them at the ballpark, where you can toss the shells on the ground as you eat. Doing this won't win you any cleanliness awards, but that's what ballparks are for, and it's socially acceptable in that setting. Try the same thing anywhere else, and you will quickly have a serious mess on your hands. Go Red Sox!
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Smell test: Very nice. Like peanut butter.
From the package: “At Hampton Farms, our family has been farming since the early 1900's. Today, we remain family owned and committed to producing the finest snacks available. We select only the best peanuts and roast them the old fashioned way, with no oils or preservatives added. This releases the delicious, pure roasted peanut flavor.” ... “Major League baseball trademarks and copyrights are used with permission of Major League Baseball Properties, Inc.” ... “Ingredients: In-Shell Virginia Peanuts” ... “Goodness grows In North Carolina”
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Company: Hampton Farms
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Market Basket. Review published .
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