How One of the USA's Top Peanut Companies Produces Millions of Nuts per Year — Dan Does

On this episode of ‘Dan Does,’ host Daniel Geneen observes how Hubs Peanuts harvests and roasts it’s peanuts. He starts with the only commercial farmer in the country who harvests peanuts using 100-year-old methods, then heads to the de-shelling company, and finally to Hubs Peanuts themselves, to see how the product is fried in oil, salted and packaged.

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Host/Producer: Daniel Geneen
Directors: Daniel Geneen, Murilo Ferreira
Camera: Murilo Ferreira, Connor Reid
Editor: Josh Dion

Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
Development Producer: Ian Stroud
Supervising Producer: Stefania Orrù
Associate Producer: Julia Hess
Audience Development: Terri Ciccone, Frances Dumlao, Avery Dalal
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30 Replies to “How One of the USA's Top Peanut Companies Produces Millions of Nuts per Year — Dan Does”

  1. The weighing system is bad. They just need a metal bar above cans to scrap off excess of nuts.

  2. He is a symbol of hardworking black american…unlike those lazy BLM that begs for donations, loots stores and burn properties.

  3. 🎤The host is awful. Not witty, not funny, not intelligent. He detracts from the video greatly. 🥜

  4. That man has a radio voice if I've ever heard one. Wow hahaha. Also so cool never seen this progress done the original way.

  5. This a great video, though I feel like the background music is a little bit weird given the tone of the video. I just wanted to mention it in case anyone else felt similarly.

  6. I grew up mainly in Texas, moved to a little island in Florida, and was curious when I saw boiled peanuts being sold everywhere. They’re DISGUSTING!!! Like old, mushy, mashed potatoes (which are always great). Caution: boiled peanuts are gross and will hurt your soul. Also, the First Gentleman Farmer in this vid is an absolute treasure. 100%

  7. You sounded low class and stupid when you said, "It doesn't even taste like a fucking peanut." at 7:30. If you don't know why, it would be impossible to explain the many reasons.

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