How to Sell Your Pecans

Pecan Post-Harvest | Nov 13, 2020
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Since we’re well into the fall season, your pecan trees have probably been dropping their nuts for a while. Depending on how much land and how many trees you have, you may be accumulating an abundance of pecans. If you’ve been using a Bag-A-Nut unit to collect these nuts, the gathering process will have been sped up and made more efficient than ever! You might not be aware, but there is a market out there for selling pecans, and you can take advantage of many different avenues to make some extra money.

Depending on where you live, you may be able to find local farmer’s markets where you can sell your pecans. During this season, the weather has cooled off and it’s nice to be outside in the fresh air. You can build a customer base by handing out free samples, passing out business cards, and having people sign up for an email list so they can stay informed when you have an abundant supply.

Another path to consider is to contact your local nut factories or health food stores and find out what their process is for buying pecans. It might take some time and effort, but you could end up in a successful situation, supplying them with your fresh, local pecans.

If you’d prefer to sell your pecans online, there are numerous websites that will allow you to do this. You can create sellers pages on Etsy, Ebay, or even Amazon to sell your pecans all over the world. You can use Craigslist to sell to people in your area. If you really want to get creative, you can build your own website and sell your nuts directly from there.

Whichever route you decide to take, it’s a great idea to utilize social media to promote your pecans. You can designate Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages to your pecan business.  This is an easy way to spread awareness so you can reach more customers. Be sure to include this information on your business cards so people know where to follow you.

Hopefully this information has inspired you to check out some ways to sell your pecans. If you’ve got the time and supply, you could end up creating a lucrative and fulfilling business venture!


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