Justin's Chocolate Hazelnut Butter

Justin’s Chocolate Hazelnut Butter

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Product Description

Quick question: Do you eat cake frosting for breakfast? I didn’t think so. Neither do I. Yet some chocolate hazelnut butters have more sugar than cake frosting. Really. You can check. I’ll wait… see? So this is a warning that my chocolate hazelnut butter may not taste like what you’re used to – sugar. What it will taste like is a delicious combination of premium hazelnuts and organic chocolate for an addictive skip the bread and eat it with a spoon delicacy. Source

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Retail Price: $ 14.99

About Justin’s

Justin's logoThe best tasting nut butter on the planet. Making the foods we love extraordinary with an uncompromised spirit of innovation sustainability and community. Our products are made with common sense. A sense that cooking in small batches ensures higher quality. That selectively choosing fine all-natural ingredients will make it taste better. And that no matter their size companies should always be grateful to their customers employees and community.

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40 minutes ago

Mariana Piñar

Why do you put palm oil in your products? I don't think it's necessary since other brands just use almonds and they are oily enough ¬___¬ ... See MoreSee Less

15 hours ago


Peanut Butter Cup-Banana Chip-Popcorn-Chocolate Bark. *drool* Who decided that calling something "chocolate bark" was a good idea. I swear I can't look at tree bark the same way. I imagine that it's chocolate-y and delicious. It's not. Trust me. But this is! ... See MoreSee Less

Peanut Butter Cup-Banana Chip-Popcorn-Chocolate Bark. *drool* Who decided that calling something chocolate bark was a good idea. I swear I cant look at tree bark the same way. I imagine that its chocolate-y and delicious. Its not. Trust me. But this is!

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1 day ago

Paul Marshall

Was looking at your products on the shelf. Thought the higher price would give me the higher quality ingredients I was looking for...then I saw palm oil...really? Why can't you use another actual healthy oil. Why palm oil...may as well purchase Skippy or Goober and Peter Pan products. I'd rather have no oil added, and just let it separate, or take it home and add some coconut, avocado or grapeseed oil and blend it myself.

So I didn't purchase. Please loose the palm oil.

PS. My request for palm oil removal has nothing to do with the monkeys. It's just not a good oil to consume. I want healthy. May as well use hydrogenated oil.
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Hi Paul, Thanks for reaching out to us! We understand your concern of the use of palm oil in our products.The reason we use palm oil is because it is a non-hydrogenated oil that helps dramatically reduce oil separation when added in small amounts to our nut butters and peanut butter cups. Adding liquid oils, like almond or hazelnut, wouldn’t stabilize the nut butters and would increase the oil layer at the top of the jar. Deforestation and Orangutan displacement is something that we are deeply concerned with and go through extraordinary efforts to ensure that our palm comes from reliable and sustainable sources. All of our organic palm oil is sourced from Central and South America and does indeed come from a company that is RSPO certified. Additionally, the palm oil used in our nut butter jars, squeeze packs and snack packs is also certified sustainable under the mass balance supply chain model by the RSPO. To learn more visit www.rspo.org/certification and justins.com/values/sustainability-initiatives. Hope that helps provide some clarification and always feel free to reach out with any questions or comments.

2 days ago


Squeeze Pups. #nationalpuppyday #squeezepacks

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Squeeze Pups. #nationalpuppyday #squeezepacks

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Bernadette Losh this made me laugh SO hard. Mostly because these are those squeeze packs I eat for snacks!!!! Lol.

My cats love the squeeze packs, too!

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