Welcome to the National Peanut Buying Points Association!

Representing America's Peanut Buying Points since 1973

The National Peanut Buying Points Association seeks to represent America's 350+ buying locations that receive, weigh, clean, dry, inspect, grade and prepare peanuts for storage and shelling. All United States produced peanuts must be inspected by the Federal-State Inspection Service at a registered peanut buying point.

The Association's goal is to be an informed liaison between the farmer and the sheller, to strive for fair and friendly government and private regulations, to seek new and innovative technology that will keep all segments of the peanut industry profitable and conduct research and promotions that help to grow the industry and preserve America's peanut buying points.

Join the NPBPA - The Benefits of Membership

You need to join the National Peanut Buying Points Association. United, we can become a force and have a seat at the table when decisions are made. As an active member, we will work together with all segments of the peanut industry to protect our commodity, but it takes us all! Membership is only $1,000 for buying points and $500 for industry organizations.

Here are some benefits of NPBPA Membership:

  • As a buying point member, you will receive the Peanut Farm Market News (a $480 value)
  • We will be your voice in Washington when it comes to rules and regulations, the Farm Bill, FDA and more
  • We maintain a Political Action Committee to help us gain access to leaders
  • Discounted registration to two educational conferences and a Leadership Program
  • We team up with other industry organizations to do promotions

We are here for you!

Do you have questions about membership?

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Whatever your need may be regarding the peanut industry, we want to help!

You can call or email us:

Tyron Spearman, Executive Director, [email protected]

Angela Elder, Conference Coordinator, [email protected]

Office: (229) 386-1716