Freda’s Peanut Butter With Cornish Sea Salt 2.5kg
Our crunchy Cornish Sea Salt flavour is great munched with celery or apple for a tasty snack.
Peanuts 98.5% Cornish Sea Salt 1.5%.
|Per 100g||Per 25g serving|
|of which saturates||7.4g||1.5g|
|of which sugars||4.7g||0.9g|
Although we aim to get your Freda’s goodies to you much sooner please do allow for dispatch within 3 working days and delivery by courier in 3-5 working days.
Our peanuts are sourced from Argentina. They are super tasty and high oleic which means they are high in monounsaturated fats- the heart healthy fats.
Then everything we add is of the finest quality – organic where possible. We don’t use any Palm Oil or refined sugars. Our peanut butter is naturally gluten and dairy free.
Freda's Peanut Butter stands out from the rest. This special peanut butter is made from high oleic Argentinian peanuts which are deeply roasted and blended with the finest organic ingredients from around the globe. This is peanut butter... but better!
Our love of peanut butter has led us to search everywhere for the perfect tasting blend. On a trip to New Zealand in a camper van called Freda we had a moment of inspiration to start making our own unbelievably tasty peanut butter!
This journey has been a labour of love, roasting, grinding, blending and sourcing top-notch ingredients to produce peanut butter with perfect texture and exceptional flavour.
Freda's orders are £2.99.
Note that this charge is for Freda's products only. If you order includes products from other suppliers on www.naturallycornish.com, you will be subject to their shipping charges as well.
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