FRESH roasted nuts & seeds

USA grown, produced with care and love in Washington State

Our Products

CB's fresh roasted nuts and seeds are 100% USA grown by farmers who know their [insert word]. In 2016, 85% of our produce was USDA Organic, a top priority in our mission to support sustainable agriculture. CB’s is also committed to sourcing only non-GMO ingredients and fully supports the fight against "Natural" food labeling. Our fan favorites are peanuts, peanut butter, and pumpkin seeds, but luckily you've made your way to our website where we sell all sorts of other nuts and nut butters.

 

Recipes

Check out our new recipes page! You'll find favorites like Thai peanut sauce and boiled peanuts, as well as our go-to African peanut soup recipe. We'll be adding more and more for your cooking pleasure. If you have any favorites of your own that you would like to share, send us a note and we'll try them out ourselves. Who knows, your recipe may be showcased on our website! With all due props, of course.

 

Our Roots

It all started with the goal of making a better peanut (and a few extra bucks for the ballgame, but we'll get to that later). You see, we were unhappy with what we found on grocery store shelves, everything tasted old, so we decided to change that and devote our lives to producing fresh roasted, healthy peanuts that taste the way peanuts should taste. Now, 15 years later, we're roasting more nuts (and pumpkin seeds) than ever before simply because consumers wanted something better too. Who woulda thunk? 

 

Visit Us

Visit our retail shop in Kingston, Washington to get your hands on a variety of tasty nuts, homemade African peanut soup and local products, including some of the Northwest's best microbrews. While you're here, snap a selfie in front of our famous mural (partially pictured above) and learn more about our craft. We'll take you through our entire process, from soup to nuts. Okay, we couldn't help ourselves.

 

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Fuel for your run

 
 
 
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Snacks for the river

 
 
 
 
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