Bush's Pinto Beans (16 oz., 6 pk.)
Few foods are as versatile as Bush's Pinto Beans.
"Pinto" is the Spanish word for "painted", which perfectly describes these speckled beans (well, they're speckled before they're cooked). Although they originated in Peru, they're now the most common bean in the United States. Of course, we choose only the very best of them: plump, firm and beautifully speckled. Add them to Southwest cuisine, chili, soups, salads, Mexican-inspired dishes and more. Their hearty bean flavor is sure to make every meal a taste success. Use our multi-pack to create delicious dishes, sides, and more for your friends and family.
Sharing the Goodness of Beans in the Company of Friends
BUSH'S is all about family, friends that feel like family, and a certain Secret Family Recipe. When you enjoy our beans (doesn't matter if they're baked beans, black beans, pinto beans, great northern beans ... you get the picture), you can trust that they're the very best. Because we wouldn't serve your family anything less. Since we got our start over 110 years ago in Chestnut Hill, Tennessee, BUSH'S has always maintained that quality is the best policy. We pursue excellence and exceptional taste in our beans, sauces and everything we do. That's why, from mouthwatering Baked Beans to satisfying bean recipes, you're cooking up the best with BUSH'S.
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