Made In America Store Introduces Saratoga Peanut Butter To It's Grocery Department

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The Made In America Store brings Saratoga Peanut Butter to it's long list if grocery products. With honey, jams and maple syrup already in the lineup, Saratoga peanut butter will make a tasty addition to the roster.

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Saratoga Peanut Butter Monkey Boy!

You will have the most incredible tasting peanut butter and “whatever” sandwiches in your neighborhood!

The Made In America Store, which offers only 100% American made products, is now bringing peanut butter to it's colorful grocery isle. The Made In America Store which already offers honey butter spreads, apple cider syrup and organic jams, now stocks it's shelves with Saratoga Peanut Butter in four delicious falvors; Creamy, Chunky, Chillin' Chocolate and Monkey Boy peanut butter.

The Made In America Store sells four different flavors of Saratoga Peanut Butter ranging from Creamy, Chunky, Chillin' Chocolate and Monkey Boy.

In 2005 Saratoga Peanut Butter started in Saratoga Springs, New York with one mission: create a peanut butter that has all the health benefits of an all-natural, organic peanut butter but tastes like a rich full flavored peanut butter. Saratoga takes their product to the next level in a few of their kinds of peanut butter by adding unique ingredients to it's recipe. Unique blends range from adding bananas and ground up raisins to dark chocolate. Saratoga takes pride in manufacturing it's peanut butter in small, controlled batches to make sure quality and freshness is of the highest priority.

“It gives us a happy feeling to know our peanut butter can perhaps make you a healthier person and improve your life just a little”

The Made In America Store sells 100% American made products. Every component of every item is manufactured in the Unites States. Consumers can visit for more information and shop online for over 2,500 !00% American made goods.

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