NO HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP FREE PEANUT BUTTER AND NUT BUTTERS WITH NO HFCS
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LIST OF HIGH FRUCTOSE FREE PEANUT BUTTER
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HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP FREE PEANUT BUTTERS
Justin's Classic Peanut Butter
Reese's Creamy Peanut Butter
East Wind Peanut Butter *
Krema Natural Peanut Butter
Smuckers Organic Peanut Butter
Smart Balance Natural
Peanut Butter & Co. Old Fashioned Smooth *
Peter Pan Natural Creamy Peanut Butter *
Planters Natural Peanut Butter *
Just Great Stuff Powdered Peanut Butter
PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter
MaraNatha No Salt Added Organic Creamy Peanut Butter
Kraft All Natural Smooth Peanut Butter
Plantation 1883 Creamy Peanut Butter
Skippy Natural Creamy Peanut Butter
Teddie All Natural Organic Peanut Butter
Naturally More Peanut Butter
Barney Butter All Natural All Good Peanut Butters
Jif Natural Peanut Butter Spread *
Nuts N More High Protein Peanut Butter *
Nuts N More White Chocolate Peanut Butter
Naturally Nutty Organic Peanut Butters
Oh Mega Peanut Butters
Woodstock Organic Peanut Butters
HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP FREE ALMOND BUTTERS
Justin's Classic Almond Butter
East Wind Almond Butter
Jif Creamy Almond Butter
MaraNatha Organic Almond Butter - No Salt Added
Krema Almond Butter
Naturally More Creamy Almond Butter
Organic Road Organic Almond Butter
Nuts N More High Protein Almond Butter
Nuts N More Cinnamon Raisin Almond Butter *
Artisana Organics Raw Almond Nut Butter
Woodstock All Natural Almond Butters
Naturally Nutty Almond Butter
Sun & Seed Organic Raw Almond Butter
Oh Mega Almond Butter
Dastony 100% Organic Stone Ground Raw Almond Butter
HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP FREE HAZELNUT BUTTERS
Justin's Chocolate Hazelnut Butter
Hunt's Hazelnuts Hazelnut Butter
Nutella Hazelnut Spread
Rawmio Hazelnut Spreads
Biona Organic Hazelnut Spread
Dastony Stone Ground Organic Raw Hazelnut Butter
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HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP FREE CASHEW BUTTERS
Eastwind Cashew Butter *
Jif Creamy Cashew Butter
MaraNatha Natural Cashew Butter Roasted
Krema Cashew Butter
Organic Road Organic Cashew Nut Butter
Artisana Organics Cashew Butter
Oh Mega Cashew Butter
Woodstock All Natural Cashew Butter
Biona Organic Cashew Nut Butter
Dastony 100% Stone Ground Organic Raw Cashew Butter
NO HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP SESAME SEED BUTTERS (TAHINI)
Eastwind Tahini Butter *
MaraNatha Roasted Natural Tahini - With Salt
Organic Road Organic Tahinis
Nuts N More Sesame Cran Butter *
Sun & Seed Raw Organic Sesame Tahini
Sun & Seed Black Sesame Tahini
Oh Mega Sesame Tahini
Woodstock All Natural Tahini
Dastony 100% Stone Ground Organic Raw Sesame Seed Butter
NO HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP COCONUT BUTTERS
Maranatha All Natural Coconut Butter
Artisana Organics Coconut Butter
Dastony 100% Stone Ground Organic Raw Coconut Butter
NO HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP SUNFLOWER SEED BUTTERS
MaraNatha Sunflower Seed Butter
Naturally Nutty Organic Sunflower Butters
Sun Butter Sunflower Spread
Sun & Seed Organic Sunflower Seed Butter
Dastony Stone Ground Organic Raw Sprouted Sunflower Seed Butter
NO HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP HOT AND SPICY NUT BUTTERS
Krema Hot And Spicy Peanut Butter
Biona Organic Chilli Peanut Spread
NO HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP SMOKED NUT BUTTERS
Krema Smoked Almond Butter
NO HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP PISTACHIO BUTTERS
Krema Pistachio Butter
HFCS FREE CHIA SEED BUTTERS
Naturally More With Chia and Honey Peanut Butter
HFCS FREE BRAZIL NUT BUTTERS
Organic Road Raw Brazil Nut Butter
HFCS FREE MACADAMIA NUT BUTTERS
Organic Road Organic Raw Macadamia Butter
Artisana Organics Raw Macadamia Nut Butter With Cashews
Oh Mega Macadamia Butter
HFCS FREE PECAN BUTTERS
Artisana Organics Pecan Butter
HFCS FREE WALNUT BUTTERS
Artisana Organics Raw Walnut Nut Butter
Sun & Seed Organic Raw Walnut Butter
HFCS FREE (PEPITA) PUMPKIN SEED BUTTERS
Naturally Nutty Organic Pepita Sun Seed Butter
Sun & Seed Raw Pumpkin Seed Butter
Dastony Stone Ground Organic Raw Sprouted Pumpkin Seed Butter
HFCS FREE MULTI NUT AND SEED BUTTERS
Nutt Zo Organic Seven Seed Butters
Biona Organic Carobio Carob Hazel Spread
Biona Organic Mixed Nut Butter
HFCS FREE APRICOT KERNEL BUTTERS
Sun & Seed Organic Raw Apricot Kernel Butter
HFCS FREE HEMP SEED BUTTERS
Sun & Seed Organic Raw Hemp Seed Butter
Hippie Butter Organic Hemp Seed Butter
Dastony Stone Ground Organic Raw Hemp Seed Butter
CAUTION, READ THEIR LABEL!
Use our list to find peanut butters that are high fructose corn syrup free. Be sure to confirm your selection at the market shelf as some peanut butters may change their ingredients. We urge product manufacturers to adopt the use of our uniform button for placement on their peanut butter front labels that do not contain high fructose corn syrup but until that time confirm your selections and report any peanut butters that may be on our list yet may have slipped the syrup into their ingredients to us by clicking HERE to email us.
FINDING THE FREE USED TO BE SIMPLE!
Before High Fructose Corn Syrup began sneaking into food products it used to be simple. Products would proudly label themselves caffeine free, saccharin free, sugar free, gluten free, etc., yet now, the long confusing term of high fructose corn syrup has made trouble. The name high fructose corn syrup is almost as confusing as the syrup itself.
When looking for a caffeine free, gluten free or sugar free product all that we need to do is look at the front label and it is typically proudly announced on the front "Caffeine Free", etcetera. We adapt to this pattern language and learn what products are without caffeine and instinctively make choices that are correct. As consumers we have never needed to refer to the item as without caffeine or no caffeine as caffeine free rolled smoothly off of our tongues and the confusion was minimized. To me it seems simple, I desire to purchase products that are High Fructose Corn Syrup free or HFCS free. I don't think to say that I desire peanut butters without High Fructose Corn Syrup or without HFCS, or that do not contain high fructose corn syrup, this seems to be cumbersome and confusing yet others refer to these peanut butters in this manner. The pattern language of food product labeling is beginning to go off path, providing further confusion.
Many products proudly announced on their label that they are caffeine free, sugar free, gluten free and other natural substance free. The lack of a front label announcement for products that are high fructose corn syrup free with a standardized logo such as the HFCS FREE banner button may be due to the fact that High Fructose Corn Syrup is not natural yet is a highly processed substance. According to The Atlantic, the FDA never defining natural for processed food labeling purposes which furthers the confusion. My common sense definition eliminates does not allow high fructose corn syrup as it is a processed and is no longer a peanut butter of the earth.
Many processed food manufactures offer several peanut butters within the same peanut butter group so making the 'does not contain HFCS' or 'no high fructose corn syrup' or 'high fructose free' announcement on one label may appear to shame their other peanut butter offerings that do contain high fructose corn syrup by drawing attention to them. This thought process may adversely affect their peanut butters that contain high fructose corn syrup. It breaks down to this, the food manufacturer's industry may be concerned that there will be a backlash against their peanut butters. Most peanut butter manufacturers do typically respond to public pressure when they see fit to prevent a backlash yet with high fructose corn syrup the manufacturers are in a position that they feel is unique and are happy with the status quo. They don't understand that many consumers only desire to be able to readily locate the high fructose corn syrup free peanut butter products that they desire and are not interested in shaming them for offering other products that do contain HFCS.
So how do we help the manufacturers of peanut butters that both do and do not contain high fructose corn syrup in their ingredients feel comfortable placing a banner on the front of their peanut butters that do not contain the syrup? The precedence that has been set over the last 50 years in peanut butter labeling should be followed by referring to these peanut butters as being high fructose corn syrup free or for short, high fructose free, and HFCS FREE. This is sensible, will eliminate any associated label shame as it is following the pattern language of the processed food labeling industry.
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As consumers we are concerned with the peanut butters that we consume, we are not looking to start a backlash, we will leave that to the scientists and reporters on television. Our concern is to easily locate the peanut butters that we desire to purchase and ensure that peanut butter options that are high fructose corn syrup free or without high fructose corn syrup are readily available.
It will not be until consumer demand prompts peanut butter manufacturers to provide a uniform button label on the front of their peanut butters in a visible placement that we see this action happen. As consumers we do not shame peanut butters that are not organic and do not contain the organic button yet we cherish the peanut butter options that are proudly labeled as organic in a readily recognizable format. To be easily informed and be able to quickly make peanut butter selections by finding foods that are made without high fructose corn syrup is the goal of HighFructoseFree.com and its list and upcoming search tools.
The concept that the more rare a peanut butter is, the more value it has to it comes to mind when I search the market shelves for high fructose free peanut butters. Is there a mindset that consists in the food producers industry that dictates that limited offerings of peanut butters that do not contain high fructose corn syrup provide added value to those offerings? After all, when the list of ingredients is limited to five natural peanut butters the peanut butter easily makes it from the market shelf to my pantry without any angst over the slight increase in price over the alternative. With one limited offering I can be made very happy, especially if I do not have to spend excessive time locating it in the market.
I have heard the phrases peanut butters that do not contain high fructose corn syrup, peanut butters with no high fructose corn syrup, peanut butters free of high fructose corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup free peanut butters, peanut butters without high fructose corn syrup, peanut butters without the ingredient high fructose corn syrup, peanut butters that do not contain high fructose corn syrup, peanut butters that are not made with high fructose corn syrup, peanut butters that are not sweetened with high fructose corn syrup and more. Additionally this is sometimes simplified by using the contraction HFCS in lieu of high fructose corn syrup. This results in a possibly simplified yet probably more complicated terminology resulting in peanut butters that do not contain HFCS, or peanut butters with no HFCS, peanut butters free of HFCS, HFCS free peanut butters, peanut butters without HFCS, peanut butters without the ingredient HFCS and more. Terms that I have heard yet are not so global are reduced HFCS or reduced high fructose corn syrup and low HFCS or low high fructose corn syrup.
When a consumer sees the word NO on a label an immediate message is sent, no means no, stop, retreat, do not, etc. The word no has a stand alone meaning that no matter what the remainder of the statement is the immediate connotation is negative. I recall seeing Hunt's ketchup with a giant corn colored yellow banner across the front that read "No High Fructose Corn Syrup" in a modern green color. The word NO was underlined on the banner drawing further attention to it. I immediately wondered how this wording slipped through the quality control department? I understood that the ketchup inside of the bottle was a product that I was looking for yet the NO and the oddly colored yellow banner background lead me to select another high fructose free ketchup from the shelf. To date the yellow banner is removed from this product yet the word No is still displaye don the Hunt's label.
There never was a class that taught us high fructose corn syrup terminology. In the early 1970's Pre-High Fructose Corn Syrup society sugar was the principle sweetener in the American diet. With cheap subsidized corn being available sweetener made from corn is now the principle sweetener for processed food peanut butters and that sweetener is High Fructose Corn Syrup. Without our knowledge it just sneaked up on us and into almost every food item imaginable. During the 1970's peanut butter manufacturers discovered that high fructose corn syrup was a cheap sweetener that could replace natural sugar as a sweetener and profits skyrocketed. Slipping the syrup into the peanut butters became almost seamless, possibly the switcher were made in increments over time so that the difference in taste was not detected. As in the new coke, classic coke scenario, this may have not been so seamless.
Today food peanut butters that are manufactured with HFCS are typically high calorie foods which can be sold at cheaper prices due to the abundance of subsidized corn and the resulting High Fructose Corn Syrup. The recipe was to replace expensive natural ingredients such as sugar with HFCS, the price to produce the peanut butter was reduced yet the market shelf price continued to increase and profits soared.
So the jury is in on the proper terminology to use when requesting or discussing high fructose corn syrup. Following the pattern language of the labeling industry and calling these peanut butters high fructose corn syrup free should be used to prevent confusion and provide a standard for future discussions and peanut butter selections.
HIGH FRUCTOSE FREE PEANUT BUTTER KNOWLEDGEBASE
HFCS FREE PEANUT BUTTER KNOWLEDGEBASE
Wikipedia peanut butter
FDA peanut butter's sticky standard
7 fun facts about peanut butter
National Peanut Board trivial facts
WebMd nutty about peanut butter
Who invented peanut butter
HFCS Free Syrup articles here
PEANUT BUTTER free of HFCS information links here
Thai peanut sauce recipe
Peanut butter and black raspberry delight recipe
How to make peanut butter
Elvis Presley's grilled peanut butter and banana sandwich
Peanut butter chicken
Almond butter recipe
Cashew butter recipe
California walnut butter
Sunflower seed butter health benefits
PEANUT BUTTER free of High Fructose Corn Syrup Recipes
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Nut Butter Factory Tour, Columbus, Ohio
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HOW ITS MADE
Whats better for a midnight snack than a peanut butter sandwich or a spoon full to put you back into a deep sleep, nothing, absolutely nothing.
Peanut butter as a snack is healthy if the portion is controlled, in short, eat a tea spoon full and not the entire jar. Either eat a teaspoon diret from the spoon or spread it on a whole grain tortilla wrap, graham cracker or my favorite is a Sesame Wassa Brand Bread.
This quick midnight snack will give you protein, is low fat and will provide a feeling of fullness and is quick and clean to prepare. Be sure to read your peanut butter lable to ensrue that is is not sweetened with high fructose corn syrup and uses natural cane sugar or is not sweetened with any additional sweeteners.
As you are eating at the wrong hour of the day it is important to pay attention to the ingredients. Selecting a 100% natural peanut butter and avoiding those that are sweetened with high fructose corn syrup is showing respect to your body by choosing natural ingredients over highly industrialized products.
In studies at Princeton University by Professor Bart Hoble studies lab rats that consumed fewer calories of high fructose corn syrup and rats who consumed greater calories of real sugar. The high fructose corn syrup consuming rats gained significant weight. By removing high fructose corn syrup form your diet you will be lessening the chances that you become one of those fat rats.
TESTIMONIALS EMAILED TO US!
Don C. of Orlando, FL I am reducing my diet to 1800 calories She is reducing hers to 1400. The most curious think to us both is where we are losing first. It's in the gut and love handles.
My life has been a roller coaster of weight from 179-299. I had become so frustrated about why I could not lose that I gave up for 2 years. I would eat small portions but then I could go to the grocery store and I could hear the Oreos literally drawing me in. I would buy a pack on Monday and by the end of the week I had gone back every day and had bought 2 packs a day. I had no idea why I was so addicted but those and Chips Ahoy were like Crack to me. I had to have them. Made losing weight hell but I didn't why so I saw one of those info posts on FB for probiotics and I learned the name that has changed everything.High Fructose Corn Syrup. The more research I did the more it made sense. I started looking at everything it's in and I was shocked. It made me angry. I went back and looked at old photos of my family. Prior to 1977 they were thin and 2 years later they were obese. I had no idea why but nor did they. I started thinking about Elvis and how he looked in 1973 and how he looked in 1977 and reading about the sugar shortage in 1974. It all started to add up. So I'm experimenting keep this poison out of my diet for 90 days and see what happens. I have gone from 293 to 259 in a month. At 47 years old that's not bad.
Congratulations Don, keep up the good work and keep the syrup out of your diet.
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