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Hoody’s — a leading U.S. purveyor of fine nuts & snacks since 1913.

In our ongoing quest for excellence, the world is our supermarket when it comes to finding the highest quality, best-tasting nuts, ingredients and spices. From superior in-shell Virginia peanuts to choice California almonds to savory Vietnamese cashews, we bring you the best.

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About the Brand

Hoody’s is a nuts & snacks company with roots stretching back nearly 100 years. Early in the 20th Century in Oregon, Dutch immigrant A.C. Hoodenpyle worked hard to provide for his family. In 1913 he started selling freshly roasted peanuts and found an eager market for them. Known as “Hoody” by his friends and satisfied customers, he branched out into other peanut products and opened a storefront.

Today, Hoody’s brand products are found in supermarkets, in convenience stores and at baseball games. They’re also in demand among clients that include mass merchandisers, food manufacturers, and food service companies.


Where can I buy Hoody's Trail Mix?
  • Hoody’s Keto Trail mix is available in Costco and other retailers such as Amazon and Walmart.
How did Hoody's get its name?
  • A.C. Hoodenpyle, or “Hoody” as he was known to his friends, started Hoody’s Nuts & Snacks Company in 1913 in Oregon. He was an immigrant from the Netherlands who came to the United States in search of a better life for himself and his family. He started out selling roasted peanuts and quickly found a market for his products.
Is Hoody's Trail Mix good for keto diet?
  • Hoody’s Keto Certified trail mix is chock full of whole, unprocessed nuts with no artificial colors or flavors with only 6 grams of Net Carbs per serving. While some worry about the serving size, there’s more to this snack than what meets the eye. How do unprocessed foods like Hoody’s Keto Trail mix impact ketosis? It’s worth knowing that whole, unprocessed foods generally have a lower glycemic index than their processed counterparts and are significantly less likely to cause spikes in blood sugar levels. And, because they are unprocessed whole foods, they are less likely to be metabolized as energy in the upper GI tract. This is important on a ketogenic diet because it can help you maintain a state of ketosis, where your body is using fat for fuel rather than carbohydrates. Including healthy fats and protein-rich snacks in your diet is also important for satiety and maintaining energy levels on a ketogenic diet, reducing the need to overindulge.