When you receive a tin of Hubs home cooked Virginia peanuts, whether as a gift or as a treat for yourself, you open the door to our home. Many years ago, in the small Virginia crossroads village of Sedley, Dot Hubbard developed a unique way to cook the Virginia peanuts grown on her father’s farm. She diligently used only the finest peanuts from the local harvest. Today, Dot’s recipe for using only the best remains unchanged.
From our home to yours...we hope you will enjoy Hubs.
Step inside Dot's kitchen in Sedley for a tour of Hubbard Peanut Company and learn how Hubs were born. Watch the Video
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Hello! I’m Jeff. I am the assistant production manager.... with a very important responsibility here at Hubbard Peanut Company. I am the coordinator for our Food Safety and Quality Plan. As a food company engaged in processing Hubs Virginia peanuts, safety is of paramount importance and we are committed to providing high quality and safe food to customers around the globe. We proudly achieved a “World Class” rating from our April 2014 audit, but we recognize that our job is never done and ever evolving. We work every day to earn your trust and confidence and continue to benchmark our processes against the Global Food Safety Initiative. Our goal is to protect our employees and customers from harmful conditions throughout the complex supply chain….all the way from seed to snack.
As consumers, it is ever more important to understand where your food comes from, who is producing it, and how it is produced. If you want to learn even more about Hubs Virginia peanuts, please be sure to see About Hubs and watch our video. We are proud to know many of the farmers who raise our peanuts and work very closely with other suppliers to ensure top quality.
Personally, I was born and raised in this area. After graduating from Virginia Tech, my wife and I lived in Maryland, but moved back to raise our daughter and son. I'm lucky enough to live within a few minutes of where I work at Hubbard Peanut Company. I love Hubs peanuts, but my mom's fried chicken can't be beat.