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As a vegetarian living an active lifestyle, Justin was on a mission to create something better. Given that nut butter was a staple in his diet, plain old peanut butter just wasn’t cutting it. He dreamt up his own flavors and an assortment of experimental nut butters began to fill his cabinets. After weeks of hungry roommates stealing his tasty creations, Justin decided to write his name on the jar.
Justin’s uses organic ingredients, Rainforest Alliance certified cocoa, sustainably sourced palm oil, recyclable packaging, and made with windpower.
Justin’s Maple Almond Butter: The denser texture and subtle maple flavor pairs well with something juicy like an apple for a healthy and satisfying snack that doesn’t leave you hungry later. It didn’t take much to be nicely filling.
Justin’s Honey Peanut Butter: This spreads well, and would pair well with crackers or with celery as a healthier alternative. Nicely sweet but honey taste is still subtle. We paired this with apple slices, which was very satisfying even for colleagues who don’t like apples (yes, they are an odd bunch!).
These travel pouches are great for the hiking trail, or office snack drawer, and would be a great snack while watching kids sports g