Why Peanut Butter Is No Longer America’s Favorite Spread

Food & Drink
With peanut allergies on the rise in America, customers are looking to other nut spread alternatives. We took a look inside Skippy’s factory to see how they are keeping up with the changing market.

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Why Peanut Butter Is No Longer America’s Favorite Spread

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