It’s people like Putt Wetherbee and the folks at Schermer Pecans that make Georgia Grown pecans just a little sweeter than most. Watch their story here.
After many years of of highs and lows for her family’s pecan, retail, and candy business, Stephanie Stuckey is leading the Georgia based brand’s recent comeback. She is having great success. Read about it here.
Georgia producers grow more pecans than any other state. To celebrate farmers and the many contributions they make to our state, the Georgia Department of Agriculture has declared March 21-25 as Georgia Ag Week. This week is also National Ag Week and National Ag Day is March 22. Continue reading to learn more! Read more…
For the last four years, the demand for pecans has been steadily rising. American growers are trying to keep up with that demand. Continue reading to learn more! Read the pecan demand data here.
Georgia pecans are more than just a delicious snack. Getting the nutritious nuts from orchard to table is quite the adventure. Learn more about this process in a brand new Georgia pecans documentary coming this year! See a sneak preview here!
Get your FREE “Pecan, Not Pecan” poster from the Georgia Pecan Commission! Click here!
No matter your (controversial) take on the matter, one thing we can all agree on is pecans are Georgia’s most delicious snack. How do you say the magic word? Check out one of our new ads! https://fb.watch/aaZmDmX4D5/
Local coffee and local pecans! The Georgia Pecan Commission is partnering with local Atlanta coffee shops on a fantastic giveaway. Find out more here!
The Georgia Pecan Commission has teamed up with local breweries in metro Atlanta to promote Georgia pecans as the perfect bar snack. See the giveaway we are hosting here!
In a study sponsored by the Georgia Pecan Commission and published in The Journal of Nutrition, researchers noted: “At the conclusion of the study, the investigators reported that adults who consumed pecans showed, on average, a 5% decrease in total cholesterol and a 6%-9% decrease in low-density lipoprotein—LDL or the “bad” cholesterol. Their findings were published…