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14 oz / $1.10 per oz
Watermelon seed butter. That's a new one, isn't it? But trust us, it's worth trying. Move over tahini, watermelon seed butter is here, and ready to step up to your plate.
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When you were a kid, did you ever believe that eating the seeds from a watermelon would make one grow in your stomach? In case you haven't heard by now, that's definitely not true. And you can definitely eat the seeds. In fact, we think they're best when roasted and ground into this creamy, lightly sweetened spread that's a great swap for tahini any time you want to change things up.
- Top 8 Allergen Free
- Made In The USA
- Sustainable Agriculture
- TerraCycle Packaging
- Zero Waste Manufacturing
- Poverty & Hunger
- Human Rights
The jar is curbside recyclable. The lid (and freshness seal) is recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.
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Hive Five™ Certified
No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.
low carbon footprint
How it does good
Lending a hand to support human and animal rights initiatives
88 Acres has made a deep commitment to its community and the environment. Based in the heart of inner city Boston, the makers behind these seed butters and bars do all they can to lend their hands in support of human and animal rights initiatives. They're committed to sourcing their ingredients responsibly through their own 9 Step Sourcing Process. And if that weren't enough, they're generating zero food waste through their manufacturing as well.
low carbon footprint
88 Acres refuses to cut costs and compromise quality by relying on contract manufacturers. Instead, they built their own allergen-free facility to make and bake their goods. Better still, 88 Acres creates zero food waste by using upcycling and composting at their facilities.Learn More
Safety is priority number one. That's why 88 Acres sources the highest quality ingredients from sustainable farms and suppliers all over the globe. The founders pride themselves on their 9 Step Sourcing Process. That means there's never cross-contamination with any of the top 9 food allergens. And they're sourcing certified organic ingredients as often as possible.Learn More
supporting key causes
88 Acres champions human rights and hunger initiatives. The company makes regular donations to the NAACP Legal Fund and Black Lives Matter. Plus, 88 Acres provided snacks to over 380,000 students for discounted cost or for free in the last calendar year.Learn More
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About the Brand
88 Acres believes in nutrition that is all good for every body, always. They chose the name 88 Acres as a reminder of the rural roots that bind farm to pantry, and heart to heart. Where you don't have to fear food, and the whole family can enjoy the same great tastes. When Nicole started 88 Acres, she worked out of her kitchen, crafting recipes packed with seeds, with lots of delicious allergy-free options for everyone in her family. Today, the 88 Acres Bakery is cooking in small batches in Boston and driving economic development in the local area along the way.Shop Brand
How to use
Dress up your salad with 88 Acres Watermelon Seed Butter and a teaspoon of mustard seeds.
What People Are Saying
- fold tortilla wrap
- coconut oil
- cookie recipe
Bitter Taste - but it might still be for you.
Thi may be a great product for protein and if you can figure how to mask the flavor (or learn to love it), then more power to you. We were excited to have a new seed butter for variety and couldn’t get past the first lick off the knife! That’s just us though!
Interesting but good!
I could tell that it was roasted but in a good way! Some I’ve had previously were a little bitter. I put mine on a spinach 4 fold tortilla wrap with strawberries, banana, raisins, and honey then pan fried it coconut oil!
Jen from the Hive team here! I love the taste of this as a dip for celery or pita. It has a sweet hint of watermelon and then another nice taste of roasted seeds.
Surprising and delicious
There is added sugar in this product, but it does have a flavor that is a little bit like sweet tahini. I used it in place of tahini in a cookie recipe and it is amazing! Delicious on toast or anything else.