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BOGO - Planters Dry Roasted Peanuts, 52 oz @ Costco for $6.49 in warehouse

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Planters Dry Roasted Peanuts are a crunchy and delicious snack that the whole family can enjoy together. Use them as an appetizer on game night, pack some in a bag for your next road trip or lunch, or simply set out a bowl on the table to munch on throughout the day. The peanuts have been roasted to enhance their distinctive natural taste, and they are sprinkled with pure sea salt for an extra boost of flavor. Crunchy and Filling Snack - Great for snacking at home, at work or on the go, the Planters Dry Roasted Peanuts come in a convenient resealable canister. Each serving contains plenty of healthy fats and protein, helping you stay full throughout the day.

52 oz can
Dry Roasted Peanuts
Made with pure sea salt

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Did Costco and planters make up?
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Not vegan btw, what kind of peanuts need gelatin in them? They need to explicitly state that
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Not vegan btw, what kind of peanuts need gelatin in them? They need to explicitly state that
You killed a poor peanut plant by buying and consuming these!
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Not vegan btw, what kind of peanuts need gelatin in them? They need to explicitly state that
gelatin in dry roasted peanuts? Why??
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Thanks, OP. About half the price of Scamazon
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Thanks, OP. About half the price of Scamazon
The first one rang at full $6.49 and second one rang for free (6.49 - 6.49)
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Not vegan btw, what kind of peanuts need gelatin in them? They need to explicitly state that
Where does Gelatin go... ?
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Where does Gelatin go... ?
Nothing on the product packaging or label. I am not sure where aznhaolam got this information.
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Nothing on the product packaging or label. I am not sure where aznhaolam got this information.

Agreed....
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Nothing on the product packaging or label. I am not sure where aznhaolam got this information.
It's common in dry roasted peanuts, it's even in the ingredients list on Planter's website (ingredients list only shows on desktop version): https://www.planters.com/product/00029000073302

Ingredients
PEANUTS, CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF: SEA SALT, SPICES (CONTAINS CELERY), DRIED ONION, DRIED GARLIC, PAPRIKA, NATURAL FLAVOR, SUGAR, GELATIN, TORULA YEAST, CORNSTARCH, DRIED CORN SYRUP, MALTODEXTRIN.

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UPC: 00029000073302
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It's common in dry roasted peanuts, it's even in the ingredients list on Planter's website (ingredients list only shows on desktop version): https://www.planters.com/product/00029000073302

Ingredients
PEANUTS, CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF: SEA SALT, SPICES (CONTAINS CELERY), DRIED ONION, DRIED GARLIC, PAPRIKA, NATURAL FLAVOR, SUGAR, GELATIN, TORULA YEAST, CORNSTARCH, DRIED CORN SYRUP, MALTODEXTRIN.

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UPC: 00029000073302
Beyond logic why would they use gelatin 😕
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Kirkland branded peanuts are so much better with loads of flavor. I won't eat these if they were free.
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Not vegan btw, what kind of peanuts need gelatin in them? They need to explicitly state that
Thanks for the eye opener. Never imagined simple salted peanuts to go gelatin route.
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