BROOKLET, GA (WTOC) - Brooklet celebrated its 21st annual peanut festival on Saturday.
A parade kicked things off, which aired live on WTOC.
Visitors checked out arts and crafts, entertainment and food. The festival sold more than 100 bushels of peanuts, which were mostly boiled.
Joe Boddiford of the Georgia Peanut Commission said many people are rediscovering peanuts.
The festival pays tribute to Bulloch County's agriculture roots.
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