Where is Planters Corporate office Headquarters

Planters Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 3 Lakes Drive, Northfield, IL 60093, USA

  • Phone Number:
    +1 847-646-2000

  • Fax Number: 662-887-5518

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees: N/A

  • Established: 1906

  • Founder: Amedeo Obici & Mario Peruzzi

  • Key People: N/A

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About Planters, History and Headquarters Information

Planters was founded in the year 1906. The company has been active or almost 113 years now. The founder of the company was an Italian immigrant Amedeo Obici, along with his partner Mario Peruzzi. Peruzzi had developed his own method of blanching whole roasted peanuts. The founder of the company had believed that prices and first profits were as important as repeat business, therefore focusing his operation on quality and brand name for continued success as well. The company was incorporated as Planters Nut and Chocolate Company. By the year 1913, the company had moved to Virginia, the USA, which was the peanut capital of the world and opened the company’s first mass-production plant and facility there. In the year 1960, the company was taken over by Standard Brands. In the year 1981, Standard Brands merged with Nabisco Brands, which was then acquired by Kraft Foods in the year 2000. Kraft had subsequently merged with the H J Heinz Company, in order to form Kraft Heinz in the year 2015. The headquarters of the company is based in 3 Lakes Drive. The name of the place is Northfield, while the name of the state is Illinois, USA. The pin code is 60093.

Planters is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of snacks and foods, to its customers all over the USA. The company is currently a subsidiary Kraft Heinz. The company is known for the Mr Peanut icon, which was created by Antonio Gentile for the year 1916 contest.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to enjoy various types of snacks and foods, that are manufactured, marketed, distributed and sold by the company itself.

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  • Karla says:

    I use 4-5 can of planter nut in the winter to make candy and snack mix, however the last two cans were so full of skins from the nuts and greasy. I am going to buy another brand I have used these for 45 years and am now disappointed in them. Go to try Sam’s Club or another brand.

  • Vicki Wright says:

    Hello, I just purchased a 10.3 oz. Can of mixed nuts upc # 29000 01665 from the store and was very dissappointed in the purchace. It has on front of can that it contains peanuts, almonds, cashews,brazil nuts, and pecans. There was maybe 1 half of a pecan and NO BRAZIL NUTS. What? Thats false advertising. I paid $5.75 + tax for a can of peanuts and a small handfful of almonds. I think that is not good business. I want my money back and a big bag of brazil nuts! And a few coupons for more free nuts. Thank you

  • Ricky Johnson says:

    I’m 64 years old. I’ve watched corporate America destroy our food. Frito lay in particula. now I am on my second 3lb 8 oz can. I thought the first was a fluke. They no longer say less than 33% peanuts. Boy you got that right. I’ll never purchase planters again. If I want peanuts I’d buy peanuts. I love mixed nuts. Planters are worse than target or Walgreens. Thanks for messing up a true American icon Hormel. What’s next vegetable spam ????

  • toni says:

    Very disappointed. In the olden days, I thought you were a major corporation. Just ran into a Gas Station for a snack. Purchased a bag of Planters salted Cashews. The image on the front of the bag suggested pump whole nuts. What was in the bag were tiny chips of nuts. Don’t even know what kind.

  • Name says:

    Please bring back PB crisps.The world is silently waiting..
    -The world

  • Patti Cochran says:

    I must say I love your brand of nuts but the Cashew halves and pieces appears to have bugs. Wanted to attach pics of UPC 29000 01608

  • Yvonne White says:

    The picture on your dry roasted lightly salted peanuts is in poor taste.

  • Grammy Pammy says:

    I love all of the Planters products!
    Thank you for your work and business!

  • Gail Durm says:

    I order vening for our vending machine and I have planters nuts in the machine. I had a member come to staff and show her what came out of the bag. A sewing needle came out of the bag! I have copies of the bag of nuts and the needle.

  • Owen says:

    The spicy nuts and cajun sticks trail mix has really went cheap,cant see inside bag now and i know why,not as many crunchy corn or sesame sticks,thats what beer nuts are doing,cant see in bag and like your bag its mostly just peanuts now,i will never buy another bag of your trail mix,no surprise of this new generation of crooked illinois ,al capone, illinois sucks,so happy im moving from crappy illinois

  • Brantiana Wade says:

    I’m very disappointed about the Planters Deluxe 15.25 oz can that I purchased with a cashews, almonds, & pecans. I have a can full of cashews and almonds; only 10 pecans….I mean you had one job🙃

    • Jean says:

      Hi Brantiana. I agree. I’ve decided that I will no longer purchase them. My cans are usually half filled with almonds. Maybe a couple of cashews, hazel nuts, brazil nuts and pecans. I’ve decided to make my own mix.

  • Arlene Law says:

    I am very disappointed. I bought a 15 oz can of lightly salted mixed nuts on 11/10/2021 with only two brazil nuts and I love Brazil nuts.What is going on. I paid 6.68 at Wal-Mart in Sebastian Fl.

  • Kim McCumbers says:

    I buy the Planters Pistachio Lovers can at Sam’s every week and least 2 can, most times 3 cans. Over the past couple of months I’ve noticed fewer and fewer cashews. I really like this product but I really enjoy the cashews. Where did they go?

  • Suzanne Enos says:

    Hello ! I bought a Plater’s Deluxe 18.25 oz of cashews two days( 8/18/21) ago .Upon opening I felt they smelled a little strong and slightly rancid. I ate a handful and got severe diarrhea the next morning. We have never had a bad container of your nuts and was wondering if any have been recalled for this problem. I will try to return to the store but unsure if they will accept due to opening of package. Thanks for any input you can offer.

  • jim wilham says:

    Hi, I have an idea that I am sure would be a great seller with planters company or maybe someone else. I’ve looked on the shelves and this is not there and they are great! I believe this idea would be a big moneymaker for you and a % for me. If this idea interests your company, contact me, thank you. Jim Wilham east Helena, MT

  • Elton J. Lee JR. says:

    I just recently bought a 15 oz. can of your mixed nuts specifically for the brazil nuts and pecans. There were 4 pecans and 0 brazil nuts in the mix. How cheap are you and how rich does this sick world need to get?

  • Todd says:

    Just saw peanut man (yellow) in tv commercial against,yep you guest it a yellow background. He kinda disappeared. Bad to watch hard to see. Not how I shop.wanna see what I’m getting

  • Ruth Williamson says:

    I just had the bad luck to see your commercial equating peanuts with beer. As a parent of a recovering alcoholic and on behalf of the thousands and thousands RA’s, I found this very insentive. Mr. Peanut’s message would be better received if he chose a non-alcoholic beverage.

  • Chris R. says:

    Do t really care for yalls new commercial. You can eat them while having a BEER really. Why couldn’t yall have said coke or RC cola, when people use to put peanuts in a soda. Now I guess every kid that wants peanuts is going to ask for a BEER. Congratulations on a stupid commercial.

  • richard lowe says:

    please do not get rid of the mr.peanut icon/ logo. that is an americana history logo . i eat planters peanut products all the time, and im 85 years young. i dont think the american public wants Mr peanut to disappear. why not do a poll to see. most people buy just by looking. out here in california its a big seller snack.let Mr peanut live another hundred years. My daddy raised peanuts in hertford co. North Carolina just across the line from suffolk va, way back in the 1930s, during depression as a share cropper.

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