Texas Peanut Producers Board

July 2005
Southeast Farm Press;7/6/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 17, p7
Trade Publication
The article informs that Texas Peanut Producers Board (TPPB) is dedicated to supporting peanut farmers through research, education and promotion. This is made possible by the farmer's commitments to support the board through the voluntary checkoff. The board is also continually working to promote the great taste and health benefits of peanuts and peanut butter.


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