Liberation Crunchy Peanut Butter (350g)

Liberation Crunchy Peanut Butter (350g)

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Bring a worldly cocktail of nuts to your breakfast table with this crunchy peanut butter from Liberation Nuts in a traditional 350g glass jar. Sourced ethically from Malawi, Mozambique, and Nicaragua, the peanuts are lightly roasted to add extra nuttiness, so there's no need for added sugar. Spread it on your toast or add some to your favourite recipes. Let's get baking!

  • New size 350g instead of 340g
  • Glass jar instead of plastic
  • No added sugar
  • Nuts has been slightly roasted to enrich taste
  • New continental style recipe - less crunchy

Liberation Crunchy Peanut Butter

Weight: 350g

Ingredients: Peanuts (95%), Sunflower Oil (3%), Fully Hardened Rapseed Oil (1.5%), Salt (0.5%)

For allergens, see ingredients list in bold.

May contain other tree nuts.

Suitable for vegetarians.

Store in a cool dry place.

Product Formulation      
Ingredients Quantity Supplier Country of Origin
Roasted Peanuts 95% Liberation Nicaragua
Sunflower Oil 3% Oliehoorn Multiple (ARG, BUL, GER, FRA, HON, MOL, UKR, AUS, POL, ROU, RUS, SER, SLW, SPA, CZE)
Fully Hardened Rapeseed Oil 1.5% AAK EU
Salt 0.5% Brenntag Netherlands
Legal ingredients declaration Peanuts (95%), Sunflower Oil, Fully Hydrogenated Rapeseed Oil, Salt.    


Nutrition Information Per 100g Per 15g serving
Energy 2391kJ/576kcal 359kJ/86kcal
Fat 48.2g 7.2g
of which saturates 10g 1.5g
Carbohydrate 11.9g 1.7g
of which sugars 5.9g 1.8g
Protein 24.5g 3.7g
Salt 0.5g 0.08g
Best Before: 27 Mar 2023

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Liberation Foods is the UK’s only fair trade nut company where 44% of shares are owned by the farmers themselves. For many of these small-scale farmers, growing and nurturing nuts is their way of life – and to be part of an organisation that not only supports them but listens to them is something quite special.

Liberation bring together peanut farmers from Malawi and Nicaragua, cashew farmers from India and El Salvador, and Brazil nut gatherers from the Amazon rainforest to create lots of eclectic nut cocktails – widening the audience for nuts even further!