Eat Nut Butters for Healthy Nutrition

Eat Nut Butters for Healthy Nutrition

All throughout most of my life, my pallet hasn’t gone beyond the normal peanut butter (which, btw, is delicious). I know, like where have I been? After I started becoming more aware of what I eat and use in my everyday life since 2015, I have discovered so much more. Essentially there are numerous kinds of nut butters, and they’re packed full of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and good fat content.

I received this product for free from Moms Meet to use and post my honest opinions.

All nut butters contain heart-healthy unsaturated fats, lots of protein, and fiber. One of the benefits of eating nut butter is vitamin E, which is an antioxidant and supports healthy skin, hair, and helps keep your immune system strong. They also keep you full longer, which may help you lose weight.I ended up trying some of Once Again Nut Butters, which is an employee-owned business located in upstate New York that has been manufacturing nut butters, seed butters, and honeys since 1976.

Their nut and seed butters are all Certified Gluten-Free, Non-GMO Verified, Certified Organic, and vegan. Once Again Nut Butter follows Fair Trade and Sustainability standards for their farm partners, suppliers, and prices.

About Once Again Organic Amore Almond Spread with Milk Chocolate

• Sustainably made and sourced, this gourmet dessert butter is healthier than other dessert butters.
• Once Again Organic Amore Almond Spread with Milk Chocolate is Certified Gluten-Free, Non-GMO Verified, Certified Organic, and part
of the brand’s Honest In Trade program.
• A 12 oz jar of these gourmet dessert butters typically retails for $9.99.

Where to purchase

Once Again Organic Amore Almond Spread with Milk Chocolate is available to purchase at natural food stores throughout the United States and on amazon.com, and oanb.com. To find Once Again Organic Amore Almond Spread with Milk Chocolate in your area, visit
onceagainnutbutter.com/retail-store-locator for the full list of locations.

Did you know?

Their raccoon logo, lovingly named Rocky after the famous Beatles song Rocky Raccoon, was inspired by four baby raccoons that were found on their factory grounds. They were raised on organic nut butters, then released back into the wild. So adorable, right?We actually used the almond spread with chocolate on graham crackers to make a healthier version of smores. Obviously smores isn’t going to be too healthy, but it is a once in a blue moon treat when we go camping and still have ingredients left to use up.These nut butters are tasty and nutritious and I can’t wait to put them all to different use.

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