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Can Peanut Butter Kill Your Dog? An Expert Weighs in for National Dog Day

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It’s National Dog Day, and we know how much dogs love peanut butter. But, the hair-raising headline that peanut butter can kill your dog has gone viral on the Internet and social media. The good news is that regular peanut butter is safe to give your dog as a treat.

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Boost Back-to-School Breakfast with #PeanutPower


Add some #PeanutPower to your morning meal for a boost of protein to keep you feeling full.

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Mythbusters: Natural Peanut Butter vs. Regular Peanut Butter

Peanut Mythbusters

Walk down the peanut butter aisle at any supermarket and you’ll see a variety of choices—from peanut butters made with simply peanuts to peanut butters in exciting flavors. In the United States, there’s a standard of identity for peanut butter.

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Join the #PeanutPower Fuel for Back to School Breakfast #TwitterParty

Fuel for Back to School Breakfast

The fun with chef, pediatrician and mom Dr. Julia Nordgren continues with the latest Twitter party celebrating her video for a simple and nutritious breakfast idea for busy mornings:

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The Peanut Allergy Panacea: Is a Hypoallergenic Peanut Possible?

Peanut Seed in Hand Feature

Anyone who enjoys eating peanuts holds the hope that one day peanut allergies will be a thing of the past. For decades, researchers, food scientists, inventors and others have tried to find a solution to the peanut allergy problem.

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New Players on the Peanut Butter Aisle: Powdered Peanut Butters

Powdered Peanut Butter

It used to be that powdered peanut butter and peanut flour were mainly used in commercial applications to enhance the flavor and nutrition of packaged bars, cereals and other foods. Recently, powdered peanut butter (or peanut butter powder) has exploded with consumer options from small niche brands to heavy hitters.

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Make Sweets More Satisfying with #PeanutPower


Can you have a meal without dessert? I certainly don’t think so. But is it possible to end dinner with something sweet that isn’t over indulgent? It is possible with fresh fruits and peanuts from nature’s bounty.

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Perfectly Powerful Peanut Tour Brings #PeanutPower to Thousands

Peanut Power NYC

The Perfectly Powerful Peanut has been busy lately popping up in cities across the US. The #PeanutPower Pop Up Tour kicked off in New York City in March and then headed to Chicago, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Los Angeles and just wrapped up in Lake Tahoe!

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Grilling Month: Staff Favorites—Grilled Peanut Lime Cornish Game Hens

Cornish Game Hen Feature

Imagine my delight when I discovered Andrew Zimmern’s recipe for Grilled Peanut Lime Cornish Hens. Doesn’t that just sound fresh and delicious for summer grilling? Get the recipe link on our blog.

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Voices of Peanut Farmers Today: They Have Staying Power

Voices of Peanut Farming Feature

How many peanut farmers do you know? If you’re like 98% of us, you’re not familiar with farm life. Today’s “average farmer” is the subject of our post—farmers who have proudly grown the food we eat for the better part of four decades and who have stayed the course. They identify as “the salt of the earth” and “seasoned” and who, each day, earn the respect deserving of these tags.

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