The most popular brands of peanut butter, such as
, Skippy, Smuckers and Peter Pan are all xylitol-free.
You may store both unopened and opened jars of Peter Pan Peanut Butter at room temperature. Exposure to air and excessive heat may accelerate the loss of optimum flavor and—in the case of heat exposure—cause oil separation. Avoid this by keeping the jar tightly closed and in a cool place. Cold temperatures, even those that still are above freezing, may change peanut butter’s consistency, texture, and thickness.
People with food allergies should always try to avoid the foods that could cause a reaction. If you are allergic to peanuts, you certainly should not eat peanut butter. If food allergies run in your family and you have questions about when to introduce foods to your child that could potentially trigger an allergic response, consult your pediatrician or an allergy specialist.
Although both unopened and opened jars of Peter Pan Peanut Butter may be stored at room temperature, refrigeration may help retain the product’s optimum flavor—particularly in places where the room temperature tends to be warm. Keep in mind that colder storage temperatures will make Peter Pan Peanut Butter firmer and not as easy to spread. We do not recommend freezing peanut butter.
In the United States, food regulations require that all peanut butters contain a minimum of 90% peanuts. Ingredients such as salt or sugar are allowed to be used as flavoring. Vegetable oils are also used in small amounts as stabilizers. Stabilizers are used to maintain the consistency of the peanut butter by preventing the natural peanut oils from separating from the product and rising to the top of the jar.
Peter Pan products are distributed nationwide. Although we would love to have all varieties represented in every store, some retailers may only stock certain varieties and sizes because they have limited available shelf space. If you can’t find your favorite Peter Pan product, please use our product locator to find a retailer near you.
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