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not just for pie
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Fresh From the Farm to Your Doorstep

Insider Tip: Pecans taste better when you order them direct from the source.

Shelled Pecans
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Shelled Pecans 

Whole Pecans



'In the Shell' Pecans

For customers bringing pecans to be shelled, there is a 25lb minimum. Please call ahead to make an appointment.

Pecan Pie

Everything tastes better with the right 


especially pie, but also bread, and salad, and yogurt.

yes, yogurt.

and ice cream, but you knew that.

Praline, anyone?

if you want to get really crazy,

you can just eat pecans by themselves. 

Why Taylor Pecans?

North Carolina ranks among the top 10 states in pecan production, harvesting three to five million pounds annually, according to the North Carolina Pecan Growers Association. This is because the soil in North Carolina's coastal plain creates an ideal environment for pecans to grow. We don't want to toot our own horn, but we think we harness the power of NC's ideal environment in the most delicious way - the Taylor family way. Price is what you pay. Value is what you get. 

Tractor on Pecan Tree
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Not Ripe Pecans


Pecans have been traced by archaeologists as early as 7,000 B.C., which not only makes them super vintage, it also makes them wicked cool. They're cool because of their roots - both their historical roots and their physical roots (click here to read about their physical roots) Pecan trees are known for their longetivity and it is rumored that some of the oldest pecan trees sit in the Mississippi Delta and are over 1,000 years old. Check back with us in 1,000 years to see how we measure up. But, they're also cool because they have been certified by the American Heart Association as a "heart-healthy food", They boast some healthy nutrients including calcium, magnesium, and potassium. 

Did you know that a pecan is not actually a nut?
A pecan is actually called a drupe.

prepare to question everything ^(click)

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