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Do they make half earth peanut butter then

HOT!
bitcoin511/07/2019 20:46

Do they make half earth peanut butter then HOT!


Love it lol
Do Whole Earth use sustainable palm oil I wonder?
It has palm oil in stay well away
nicki198711/07/2019 21:34

They do


Thank you @nicki1987 but as far as I am aware there is no such thing.
don_0511/07/2019 22:07

It has palm oil in stay well away


Sustainable palm oil
Peanut butter ingredients should be peanuts and that's it no need to use palm oil
nicki198711/07/2019 22:29

Sustainable palm oil


Why use palm oil at all peanuts are all you need
Tried this but much prefer the normal cheap peanut butter from Lidl (orange jar).
Broc_Mudflap12/07/2019 06:47

On the …On the contrary:https://www.specialtyfood.com/news/article/scientists-say-there-no-such-thing-sustainable-palm-oil/


As a scientist myself I don't buy this peanut butter, there are alternatives around the same price point made 100% from peanuts such as this if you're after some: Natural Roasted Peanut Butter Crunchy Tub, 1 kg amazon.co.uk/dp/…SEW

Rather worrying that we're now being hoodwinked re the sustainable palm oil certification, it's the 1st I've heard of it
Rhythmeister12/07/2019 07:48

As a scientist myself I don't buy this peanut butter, there are …As a scientist myself I don't buy this peanut butter, there are alternatives around the same price point made 100% from peanuts such as this if you're after some: Natural Roasted Peanut Butter Crunchy Tub, 1 kg https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00SP32EXU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_qZckDbF205SEWRather worrying that we're now being hoodwinked re the sustainable palm oil certification, it's the 1st I've heard of it


It is very sad. I don't think I am being deceived by this. I have been aware of this deception for some time now.

Another link here if you are interested and have the time to read:

change.org/p/r…tes
People who say you only need 100% peanuts, fair enough. I wanted to get my wife some (e.g. Pic's) but she doesn't like the taste. She does like this though. Please remember the environmental impact for cattle is much much worse....
Broc_Mudflap11/07/2019 21:32

Do Whole Earth use sustainable palm oil I wonder?


Sustainable yes but it's still Palm oil. Just Google potential HEALTH dangers of eating it
mah62412/07/2019 08:31

People who say you only need 100% peanuts, fair enough. I wanted to get my …People who say you only need 100% peanuts, fair enough. I wanted to get my wife some (e.g. Pic's) but she doesn't like the taste. She does like this though. Please remember the environmental impact for cattle is much much worse....


I don't think scienctist issue above in this thread is environmental, there concerns over eating palm oil. Remember not all oils are good for you.
Rhythmeister12/07/2019 07:48

As a scientist myself I don't buy this peanut butter, there are …As a scientist myself I don't buy this peanut butter, there are alternatives around the same price point made 100% from peanuts such as this if you're after some: Natural Roasted Peanut Butter Crunchy Tub, 1 kg https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00SP32EXU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_qZckDbF205SEWRather worrying that we're now being hoodwinked re the sustainable palm oil certification, it's the 1st I've heard of it



Bulk Powders carry out regular discount events every 2 - 4 weeks, a nice chance to stock up.
mah62412/07/2019 08:31

People who say you only need 100% peanuts, fair enough. I wanted to get my …People who say you only need 100% peanuts, fair enough. I wanted to get my wife some (e.g. Pic's) but she doesn't like the taste. She does like this though. Please remember the environmental impact for cattle is much much worse....


If we obtained milk from Orangutans the momentum would be much greater I suspect but alas, cows are deemed merely economically exploitable
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