How come if peanuts are not a nut, they are sold in mixed nuts and are always on the shelf next to the nuts?

CH Chrisputtemans asked on 18 March 2020, 10:10
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Just convenience I suspect!

People generally think a “peanut “ is a nut and when looking for them in a supermarket that’s where they would normally look!

I doubt if you would find people looking for peanuts in the legume section and among the lentils

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