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Why Choose Protein Plus Flours?
Protein Plus flours are produced from U.S. grown peanuts that have been shelled, electronically sorted, roasted and mechanically pressed and ground to a specific size. They are
OU Kosher Certified
12% and 28% Fat, Available in Light and Dark Roast
Offered in 25 lb. vacuum packed boxes, 50 lb. paper bags, and 1,600 lb. super sacks
Organic Versions Available!
Benefits of Peanut Flour
Peanuts are the most nutrient dense nut and contain more protein than any other nut source!
Peanuts contain the perfect combination of protein, fiber and healthy fats to help fight off cravings and keep you fuller longer.
Peanuts are naturally cholesterol free and a good source of antioxidants, vitamin E, folate, niacin, magnesium and phosphorous.
Key vitamins in peanuts include Niacin, Folate, Thiamin, Riboflavin, B6, and Vitamin E.
Peanuts have many important minerals including Magnesium, Phosphorous, Potassium, Zinc, Iron, and Manganese
Peanuts contain more arginine than any other food and peanut flour contains twice the amount than peanuts per serving. According to the Peanut Institute, “arginine has been shown to play a role in opening up blood vessels to improve blood flow. Also, peanut flour is an excellent source of niacin, a vitamin often prescribed by doctors for its heart-protecting qualities. Plus, peanut flour is a good source of potassium and an excellent source of magnesium, two nutrients that help maintain normal blood pressure.”
Uses of Peanut Flour
Everyday more and more health-conscious individuals are recognizing peanuts as a great tasting plant-based protein that has many different nutritional applications like meal replacement, part of a weight loss program or breakfast drink to start the day.
Protein Plus customers include professional athletes, chefs, bakers, nutritionists, personal trainers, health and fitness enthusiasts, diabetics, and people with serious illnesses to those that simply want to lose weight and cook and eat healthier.
Additional applications for peanut flour include baked goods, beverages, cereals, confections, fillings, nutrition bars, recipes, sauces, seasonings, sprinkles, snacks, and pet treats.