U.S. Peanuts should – and must – be part of a sustainable future
Peanut farmers protect the land for a living and must make a living themselves. Meanwhile, food and environmental sustainability is being demanded by our customers, consumers, governments and trade partners. The Sustainable U.S. Peanuts Initiative unites these goals.
With growers’ help, we can tell peanut’s sustainability story – and bring those stories to life with real-world information and examples.
Growers: Help us tell your story, get real value in return
To talk up growers’ sustainability record, we need you to share information about your practices and production. In return, we will give you back business intelligence that can help you continuously improve your sustainability practices – and grow your business.
Industry led, industry fed
The Sustainable U.S. Peanuts Initiative comes from and is led by the U.S. peanut industry. It is fueled by data from growers across the United States who want to tell their sustainability story – and who want to benefit from what they can learn in the process.
What’s in this for ______?
Every sector of the peanut supply chain will benefit from the Sustainable U.S. Peanuts Initiative.
U.S. peanut growers have the most to gain from the Sustainable U.S. Peanuts Initiative
Shellers can improve grower relations, and trade competitiveness
The Sustainable U.S. Peanuts Initiative can be the backbone for responsible sourcing programs
What industry leaders are saying
The Sustainable U.S. Peanuts Initiative has already gained support from across the peanut supply chain. Here’s what industry leaders are saying.
As peanut farmers, we are always concerned with producing a sustainable, nutritious and affordable crop. It is becoming ever more important to our peanut manufacturers and ultimately to consumers that we share with them how we achieve these goals.
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Following the launch of the Sustainable U.S. Peanuts Initiative in early 2022, 69 U.S. peanut growers enrolled to share their sustainability story for the 2021
Bailey Rayfield is a senior at the University of Georgia pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriscience and Environmental Systems. This summer she served