Elliott Pecan Halves vs Mammoth Pecan Halves
What is the difference between a Mammoth pecan half and an Elliott pecan half?
A mammoth half refers to the graded “size” of a pecan half. Our mammoth halves are normally of the Desirable variety. Mammoth is the largest graded-size pecan half on the market. It takes roughly 150-200 mammoth pecan halves to make up a pound of pecans. An Elliott half refers to a certain “variety” of pecan. Elliott pecans are considered “Junior mammoth” halves and graded so, where it takes 275-400 junior mammoth pecan halves to make up a pound of pecans.