Millican Pecan and Martha Stewart

Great News!!! The producers of The Martha Stewart Show called us yesterday requesting 200 bags of pecans that they are letting the studio audience sample. They also made us aware that they are sourcing our pecans in Martha Stewart’s new book which you can buy on Amazon. We are very excited about this opportunity and hope you tune to her show on Tuesday!

 

 

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About millicanpecancompany

Winston Millican grew up on his family's farm in San Saba, Texas. He has experience in all aspects of pecan production. His educational background is in Agricultural Economics with an emphasis on Food and Fiber Marketing at Texas A&M University.

7 responses to “Millican Pecan and Martha Stewart”

  1. Alicia says :

    Congrats! So excited for you all!

  2. The Queen says :

    Reblogged this on Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Country Life and commented:
    This pecan orchard is close to my hometown. Although I haven’t met the owners face to face, I know them by reputation and also through a family member who’s known the Millicans for years. And I drove by their shop in San Saba this spring (it was close at the time). If you’re local, go see them. If you’re not local, you can order online.

  3. lookinatmycookin says :

    Awesome! Nice to see a little business being recognised by the bigger folk out there lol! I love pecans, can we get yours over here in the UK so I can use them in my cooking?

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