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64 oz / $0.58 per oz
Family size is the real fun size. With more creamy peanut butter to go around, there’s less scraping and more sharing.
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From PB&Js to peanut butter porters, creamy, melt-in-your-mouth peanut butter is an undeniable staple, thanks to its velvety texture and salty-sweet flavor. This slow-roasted, hand-crafted recipe folds around each scoop of your spoon, its speckled surface curling and cresting, for a familiar flavor that doesn’t need oil, sugar, or preservatives. Or jelly. Or bread. Or anything else.
AllergensPeanuts. Made in a facility that processes peanuts and tree nuts.
- Low Sugar
- Women Owned
- Made In The USA
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Recyclable Packaging
- Health & Disease
Good news! Rinse the jar and recycle it along with the metal lid in a curbside bin.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
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
Committing to clean ingredients for people and planet
It’s hard to imagine a pantry without nut butter, but this simple snack isn’t always made with simplicity, or the environment, in mind. In fact, many nuts butters are made with palm oil, known for increasing deforestation and animal endangerment. Founded with cardiovascular health in mind, Georgia Grinders’ mission to use truly simple, high-quality ingredients also promotes environmental health by cutting out palm oil and paying attention to their farmers' sustainability practices. Being vertically integrated allows them to be present for each part of the production process, so they can provide handcrafted, small-batch nut butters, made cleanly. What they don’t get from the US, they source from Red River Foods, an international supplier dedicated to sustainable supply chains.
supporting key causes
In addition to donating to food banks and charitable auctions in its community, Georgia Grinders partners with three distinct organizations. The Night of Hope Gala offers funds and resources to people affected by ALS, The Giving Kitchen supports struggling Atlanta restaurants, and the DeKalb County School System's Special Education Department provides young adults with job skills and training.Learn More
Georgia Grinders is proud to maintain relationships with their farmers, hand-selected based on sustainable production practices and food safety procedures. They source almonds, peanuts, and pecans from the US, and cashews and hazelnuts internationally.Learn More
They are invested in packaging their products in reusable and curbside recyclable materials, using glass jars and metal lids to avoid plastic waste.Learn More
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About the Brand
Georgia Grinders strives to create extraordinary nut butters from simple, all natural ingredients. Founder Jaime's grandfather began making his own nut butters in the 1970s to combat his predisposition to cardiovascular disease. Fast forward to today, all of Georgia Grinders' nut butters are crafted to honor his legacy of health, wellbeing, and clean eating. Their nut butters are crafted in small batches in a facility they own and operate in Atlanta, GA.Shop Brand
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What People Are Saying
- family size
- palm oil
Great Peanut Butter
Love this pb! Perfectly salted (not too salty) and no palm or hydrogenated oils. It’s the perfect size for me and my dogs (the dogs eat a lot ob pb).
I splurged and treated myself to the family size, am only a family of 2 and we are seniors, cause I went through the regular jar to fast. When I brought it the first time really liked it as it was NOT salty at all, creamy and another big plus was NO bad palm oil, which was very important to me. The jar came just a few weeks ago and I find myself not being able to walk past my pantry without taking a spoonful throughout the day. Taste more like an expensive nut butter,to me DELICIOUS. Glad I put it on subscription