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Peanut Supplies May Surge with a Fourth Consecutive Acreage Increase

Peanuts have always been a popular American food item, from peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to baseball stadium snacks. But not since 1991 have there been more acres of peanuts planted in the United States as there are now.

 

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