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Amorearth Peanut Butter from Two Brothers Organic Farms is made entirely from ground sand-roasted Peanuts.

The handpicked, indigenous, naturally grown peanuts are first sundried to eliminate moisture, then they are sand-roasted or salt-roasted till they attain a golden woody color. Further, the peanuts are de-skinned, de-noded, and then cleaned using the winnowing method. The peanuts are then stone ground to make the best smooth creamy-textured, Natural, and Organic Peanut Butter.


FAQ’s - Two Brothers Organic Farms Peanut Butter

What are the ingredients in the Two Brothers Organic Farms Peanut Butter?
There are only 2 ingredients - Peanuts and Rock Salt.

What is hydrogenation and how does it apply to Peanut Butter?
Hydrogenation is a chemical process that raises the melting point of the liquid vegetable oils. To make them solid at room temperature and improve their stability hydrogenated oils are added.

This is achieved by chemically altering the oil by adding hydrogen atoms to oil molecules. It is typically a high heat process that employs a metal catalyst (usually nickel) to aid in the transformation.

Manufacturers use hydrogenated oils or partially hydrogenated oils to achieve a desired product texture and to extend the product’s shelf life.

This has specific relevance for Peanut Butter. Many peanut butter manufacturers add oil to the peanut butter in suspension with the peanut solids – that’s why the peanut butter can be used immediately upon opening, without stirring. Use of hydrogenated oil has a side benefit of providing longer shelf life too.


Are there any preservatives, artificial flavours and colours in Two Brothers Organic Farm Peanut Butter?
NO, Two Brothers Organic Farm Peanut Butter is all-natural and without any added preservatives, artificial flavours and colours.

How long can Two Brothers Organic Farms peanut Butter be stored once opened or unopened?
It can last for 6 months (at room temperature) are mainly liquid oils that have been converted to solid oils through hydrogenation, a high heat chemical process. Trans fat are present in hardened vegetable oils and many margarines, commercial baked foods and fried foods.

Medical health experts recommend avoiding trans-fat, which have an adverse effect on blood cholesterol level. Eating trans-fat raises bad (LDL) cholesterol levels and lowers good (HDL) cholesterol levels. The risk of developing heart disease and stroke also increases.

As a result of pressure from consumer groups, the FOOD & DRUG administration now requires that trans-fat be disclosed on food labels. But because of FDA rounding rules, trans fat content below one half grams per serving is rounded down to zero grams in the nutrition facts – So a product can contain trans fats while showing a trans-fat value ‘0g’ . Carefully reading of the ingredients will show that some peanut butters claiming no trans-fat contain partially hydrogenated oil. The primary source of trans-fat are hydrogenated oil and partially hydrogenated oils, so if you want to avoid trans-fat check for these ingredients on food labels ingredient lists.


Why is there a layer of oil on the top of Two Brothers Organic Farms Peanut Butter?
This natural occurrence happens when we do not add emulsifier (such as hydrogenated oil) which is used to bind the peanut butter and the oil together, which contain trans-fat. So, simply stir the Amorearth Peanut Butter before eating it. It is Pure Peanut Butter without any artificial additives at all.

What is the difference between creamy and crunchy Peanut Butter?
Creamy version Peanut Butter is finely ground and smooth, while chunky version peanut Butter has extra crispy peanut chunks added.

Does the salt used in your Two Brothers Organic Farms Peanut Butter have iodine?
NO, the salt used is not supplemented with iodine.

Is Two Brothers Organic Farms Peanut Butter suitable for vegans?
YES, we make the best Organic Peanut Butter and it is 100% vegan friendly.