Hey nut butter lovers, peanut butter is back!

June 21, 2022

Hey nut butter lovers, peanut butter is back!

Hey nut butter lovers, peanut butter is back!

The best peanut butter around for a strictly limited time only!

My delicious peanut butter is limited edition, small batch and hand crafted with special Hi Oleic peanuts. All natural, preservative free, sugar free, palm oil free, additive free and colour free. 

Here Two Busy Bees Honey I roast my special Queensland grown peanuts, in a unique long and slow - dry cooking process until they are golden brown. Then the golden roasted peanuts are milled in a small old fashioned specialty peanut butter mill. We add a little solar dried pristine sea salt and that's it! Hi Oleic peanuts have a different oil chemistry to regular peanuts. My peanut butter tastes really great – just like old-fashioned peanuts – but the oleic acid ratio more closely resembles that of olive oil, well known for its numerous health benefits.

This naturally bred characteristic makes Hi Oleic peanuts a healthier option and allows them to stay fresher for longer. The free fatty acid profile of Hi Oleic peanuts means they’re higher in monounsaturated or 'good' fats. 





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