• The legume boom: how we went nuts for posh peanut butter

    1 month ago - By The Guardian

    The stalwart spread is undergoing a huge boost in popularity as artisan versions favoured by gym bunnies and healthy eaters are driving sales In 2012, Stuart Franklin and his wife Kathryn returned to the UK after seven years in New Zealand. During their time there, they set up Proper Crisps, Australasia's first manufacturer of handmade crisps. Back in their native Yorkshire after selling their business, life was good, but they found they were missing one thing about New Zealand more than anything else: peanut butter. Not the kind you can get in any corner shop, supermarket or newsagent...
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