(vid) Costco Peanuts & Planters Peanuts

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I am sorry I was away for a long time.  OK, let's do this. 

I compared 2 kinds of peanuts they sell at Costco.

  • Planters Dry Roasted Peanuts: 52 oz, $7.98
  • Kirkland Signature Super Extra-Large Peanuts - 40 oz, $8.79

This comparison reminded me of my old Syrup Comparison Blog from almost 4 years ago.  (Already 4 years. Oh how time flys).

* Below video: Turn up your audio to compare crunch sounds.

Planters peanuts are very good.  I really enjoyed this peanuts.  So, I went to Costco to buy one more can.  Then I saw this smaller and yet more expensive can of Peanuts by Kirkland Signature.  I couldn't imaging how much better peanuts can be.  But, I knew Costco's peanuts had to be better in unimaginary way.

These Kirkland Signature Peanuts are amazing.  I never knew peanuts have  higher level.  I thought Planters was as good as peanuts can get.  But, I didn't know better.  Costco's Super Extra Large Peanuts are amazing.

These peanuts are huge, crunchy, and tasty.  These are what rich folks eat.  Good stuff.  Costco has done it again. I would never eat these kind of good stuff if it wasn't for Costco.

Bottom Line:
Knowing how good they are, I can no longer buy Planters' peanuts.  From now on, I will pay more and always buy Costco's Gourmet Peanuts. 

Comments

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Where are the peanuts that Kirkland distributes, grown?

By guest (not verified)

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They are from Virginia. I think it says it right on the can. As far as I am concerned Virginia Peanuts are the best.

This proves my point yet again, that Costco don't fool around when it comes to providing quality products.

By john

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the greatest peanuts ever! ive tried a lot.

By guest (not verified)

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They say Virginia Variety not from Virginia

By guest (not verified)

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I purchased Kirkland etra large Peanuts and much to my surprise upon opening the 1.13 KG all the peanuts are actually very small - these are in no way large. I am really disappointed in the shortcuts that Costco engages in for the benefit of creating a huge profit

Anna Vario

By Anna Vario (not verified)

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