The Georgia Agricultural Commodity Commission for Pecans, also known as the Georgia Pecan Commission, funds research, educational and promotional programs in order to increase demand for Georgia pecans, America’s nut. Founded in 1995 by Georgia pecan growers, the Commission is committed to raising awareness of the nutritional, health and economic benefits of pecans as a regular part of the American diet, resulting in increased sales and trade opportunities for pecan growers in Georgia.
November has been named National Georgia Pecan Month and we're ready to celebrate! Each day this month, pecan related content will be shared on our social media platforms and gathered here. Follow along with us…Read More
Initiative will spur development of new uses for America’s Nut ATLANTA, Ga. – (January 2014) – The Georgia Agricultural Commodity Commission for Pecans (Georgia Pecan Commission) announces the establishment of the Center for Pecan Innovation…Read More
Americans have not always been in love with nuts. Think about it: They're loaded with calories and fat. Plus, they can be expensive. But Americans' views — and eating habits — when it comes to…Read More
Growing Georgia, Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015; By Allison Floyd People love to snack on pecans whether they are raw or roasted, cooked into a confection or swirled into butter pecan ice cream. So, why do…Read More