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Organic wild peanuts 1kg


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  • The exotic sibling of common peanuts
  • Striped skin
  • Unroasted and unsalted
  • From certified organic agriculture
  • Delicate taste
Variety: Organic wild peanuts 1kg
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If you regularly eat crunchy peanut butter by the spoonful, breathe in peanut butter cups and can't go a TV evening without salted peanuts, this product is just for you: from now on, you can find the peanut's long lost brother in our shop – the wild peanut. Once you've tried this tasty nut, you won't want anything else.

Creamy taste

The wild peanut is not just different from the ordinary peanut in appearance. The taste of the raw wild peanut is reminiscent of freshly picked peas and tastes wonderfully creamy. This is not least due to the fact that the peanut is a close relative of peas and beans. Actually, the peanut is not a nut at all.

Striped eye catcher

Wild peanuts are a real eye-catcher and cut a fine figure as a topping on salads and Asian curries as well as on cheese platters. The peanuts taste so delicious that you can also enjoy them as a snack. But the tabby peanuts can do more than just look good: With 27.7 g protein per 100 g nuts, they are a real source of protein - and 100 % vegan.

What makes our wild peanuts special

If you want to take your snacking experience to a new level, you've come to the right place. We supply you with wild peanuts from organic farming by small-scale farmers in Indonesia. The wild nuts are completely natural and have not been salted or roasted. To provide you with the best quality, our wild peanuts are sorted by hand and never heated: After harvesting, they are simply dried in the sun. A 100% natural snack - and totally delicious.

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Calorific value (in kj/kcal) 2443 /  590
Fat 51 g
thereof saturated fatty acids 8.2 g
Carbohydrates 6.1 g
thereof sugar 5.7 g
Dietary fiber 9.5 g
Protein 28 g
Salt 0.1 g
Product number: ERDNUSS_013
Best before date 15.06.2024
Origin Indonesia
Organic Origin Nicht-EU-Landwirtschaft
Content 1 kg
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4260654783124
Data sheet Specification
Organic control body & Organic origin
EU Bio
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
Storage Advice Store in a cool and dry place
Ingredients 100 % wild PEANUT* *from organic farming
Cross contamination May contain traces of GLUTEN, SOY, MILK (LACTOSE), NUTS and SESAME.
Trade Name Organic wild peanuts with skin, unroasted
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Erdnussanbau bei Kleinbauern aus Indonesien:
Erdnussanbau bei Kleinbauern aus Indonesien:

KoRo’s wilde Erdnüsse stammen aus Indonesien, wo sie von Kleinbäuer:innen und Farmerfamilien angebaut werden. Jede Familie bewirtschaftet etwa einen halben Hektar Land, auf dem die Erdnüsse in Mischkulturen angebaut werden. Achtung, Spoiler: Die Hülsenfrucht wächst gar nicht am Erdnussbaum über dem Boden! Eigentlich sagt ihr Name auch schon alles: Sie wächst im Erdreich, deshalb auch der Name „Erdnuss“. Die Pflanze entwickelt ein pfiffiges Wurzelsystem, mit dem sie auch in magerem Boden genug Nährstoffe findet.

Upside down: Früher Erdnusssamen, jetzt Erdnüsse mit Schale
Upside down: Früher Erdnusssamen, jetzt Erdnüsse mit Schale

Viele Arbeiten werden von den Farmerfamilien in Handarbeit erledigt. Gar nicht so leicht! Die “wilde” Erdnuss stellt nämlich gerne die Welt auf den Kopf und wächst nach unten: Sobald die Blüte der Pflanze gelb wird, werden die Blütenstängel länger, krümmen sich nach unten und wachsen einfach wieder in die Erde hinein. Dort bilden sich aus den Samen der Blüte die Erdnüsse. Im Gegensatz zu anderen Hülsenfrüchten öffnet sich die Schale von Erdnüssen nicht; sie bleibt verschlossen. Sobald die Pflanze welkt, kann geerntet werden. Das passiert zweimal im Jahr!

Handarbeit und sichere Löhne:
Handarbeit und sichere Löhne:

Besonders an unseren wilden Erdnüssen ist auch ihr “Produktionsverfahren”. Bis hierhin werden alle Arbeitsschritte in Handarbeit von den Arbeiter:innen vor Ort erledigt. Die Robustheit und Anspruchslosigkeit der Pflanze bedeutet für sie eine sichere und zuverlässige Einnahmequelle. Es sind eben doch nicht nur Peanuts!

Nach der Ernte ist vor der Trocknung: Bio Erdnüsse naturbelassen
Nach der Ernte ist vor der Trocknung: Bio Erdnüsse naturbelassen

Nach der Ernte wandern unsere wilden Erdnüsse bei 50 °C für 12 Stunden in den Trocknungsofen. Weil wir sie zuvor aus ihrem Schalen-Kleid befreit haben, kann man auch endlich das darunter verborgene, getigerte Muster der wilden Erdnüsse erkennen. Nach der Trocknung heißt es für unser Produkt auch schon: ab in die luftdicht verschlossene KoRo-Verpackung. Von Indonesien geht es auf direktem Weg in unser Berliner Lager. Und jetzt bist Du dran, mit wilde Erdnüsse kaufen und probieren!

Questions & answers: Organic wild peanuts 1kg
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Wild peanuts differ from conventional peanut kernels not only by their mottled surface. The wild peanuts taste rather creamy mild and thus remind of freshly picked peas. Therefore, they harmonize perfectly with cheese platters, as a topping in salads and in muesli. But they are also great as a natural snack.
Pssst, secret tip: Since our wild peanuts are not roasted, they are great for growing sprouts. To do this, simply shell the wild peanut and place it in a pot with moist growing soil. Wait and tea until the peanut germinates, always making sure that the soil has sufficient moisture. The little plant likes places flooded with light and warmth. After a few weeks, a peanut plant should become visible above ground. Then, if possible, the plant can move to a larger pot with sandy soil. Harvest time is when the peanut plant is yellow and wilted - usually about four months after sowing. Then simply pull the plant together with the root out of the pot and harvest the peanuts.
Wild peanuts are a super protein source with 27.7 g protein per 100 g - and that purely vegetable! This makes wild peanuts the ideal snack after your home workout.
Botanically speaking, the peanut is not a nut, but a legume. You can hear this in the English name peanut - literally translated pea-nut. Attention, a little nerd lecture: A nut is a nut as soon as a fruit is completely covered by a pericarp. This wall must also have three layers, all of which are intergrown. All fruits whose shell has fewer than three layers or which open on their own are not, strictly speaking, nuts. Thus, the peanut is not the only "false" nut. Coconuts, cashews and pistachios also do not fall under the botanical definition of a nut. But they have one thing in common: they all guarantee the highest Ge-nuss.
Wild peanuts are similar to conventional peanuts in their nutritional values and calories. For every 100 g of wild peanuts, there are 609 kcal. To estimate: A handful of peanuts weighs about 25 g and thus has around 153 kcal.

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Very tasty! Not available everywhere.

Very tasty! Not available everywhere.

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Normal peanuts taste better to me personally.


Markus S.


Healthy snack for in between

A discovery. Great taste and healthy.



Little nuggets for your health!

Excellent, with a great natural taste. Enjoy them "as is" or after soaking in water overnight for better nutrient assimilation! Try them and you'll love them! Crunchy, melt-in-the-mouth texture. Excellent value for money. Thanks KORO :))))))



Very tasty! Not available everywhere.

Very tasty! Not available everywhere.



no complaints, taste delicious

no complaints, taste delicious



I order for a long time, every day a

I order for a long time, every day a must...healthy and delicious :-)



Delicious and mild

Quite creamy taste, milder than regular peanuts. Cool alternative



Surprisingly different

They not only look more exciting than usual peanuts, but actually taste different. I like them better, they taste to me a little rounder, milder (hard to bescchreiben) and are less dry.



Taste and appearance very good. The shell

Taste and appearance very good. The shell is very thin and you can eat pure well. In the banana milk, the nuts also give a super taste.



Super tasty and versatile! And also still

Super tasty and versatile! And also still organic! :)



delicious and visually appealing, quality 1A

Wild peanuts are not only visually particularly pretty, they taste terrific.
The quality is excellent, very good whole nuts.

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