Mixed Nut Butter
A non-dairy substitute for normal butter
An exfoliating and moisturizing cream made with the natural goodness of almonds.
The same as Peanut Butter, but made with Almonds
Because it is made by Jennifer Barney, the owner of Barney Butter, and mother of 4 children.
To appeal to children who are fans of the television show "Barney and Friends"
Because the inventor of Barney Butter had a great grandfather named Barney.
Because the owner needs the money to support her lavish lifestyle, and to pay the mortgage on her beach house in Fiji.
Because there is a pound of locally grown, premium California almonds in every jar of Barney Butter.
To create the illusion that it is superior to other nut butters.
No, There is a small amount of evaporated cane juice, sea salt, and natural stabilizer.
It doesn't contain any peanuts, but still shares equipment with peanut products.
It doesn't taste like peanut butter.
Barney Butter is made in an Almond Only Facility.
Yes, all nuts contain the allergen that you are allergic to.
Not necessarily, but you need to check with your doctor. Peanuts are legumes, and almonds are tree nuts.
Nope, no trans fats here :)
Yes, but only a little.
We use specially grown almonds that do not release their oils when made into Almond Butter.
We use Partially Hydrogenated Oils to keep our oils from separating.
We use Palm Fruit oil as a natural stabilizer, so the oil doesn't separate.
No, but we are all natural.
Yes, or else Barney Butter will spoil.
No, the oils do not separate so Barney Butter does not go rancid.
12 months. The best by date is on the bottom of the jar.
18 months. The best by date is on the label, above the nutritional contents.
6 months. The best by date is on the jar lid, right on top.
Because our assembly line only works with plastic Jars
Because glass is more expensive.
Because plastic is recyclable and it takes less energy to transport.
Because other premium almond butters are packaged in glass, and we aren't conformist here at Barney Butter
No, it is too expensive to have them pasteurized, and we test for bacteria anyway.
Yes, the USDA mandated that all almonds sold in the U.S. need to be pasteurized. Ours are steam pasteurized and we don't use chemicals.
Yes. We test for all pathogens including salmonella, and we have a strict hold and release policy.
No, almonds are not susceptible to salmonella, but we do test for other pathogens in random sample testing.