Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) October 02, 2017
Atlanta-based The Tru-Nut Company, one of the leaders in Powdered Peanut Butter and defatted peanut mixes, announced the launch of their newest product, Peanut Flour, now available at all Publix stores in the Southeast. Tru-Nut’s Peanut Flour is made from 100% peanuts, has three times more protein than regular flour, seventy percent less fat than regular peanuts, and contains no added sugar. Peanut Flour is complementary to other flours such as almond and coconut flour, and will help Tru-Nut capitalize on the trend towards alternative flours.
Tru-Nut’s Peanut Flour is a unique specialty food ideal for making baked goods such as cookies and cakes, and can be used in savory dishes as a topping on stir fry or to make a peanut sauce. For breakfast lovers, use Peanut Flour in oatmeal, or top off your favorite cereal. Tru-Nut Peanut Flour can be used as an alternative to regular flour, and as a flavor substitute for regular peanut butter in any recipe.
“Baking with peanuts is a whole new way to cook and eat healthy, while at the same time enjoying your favorite treats,” said Reid Edgar, owner of The Tru-Nut Company. “We love this concept of using defatted peanuts to eat healthier on a daily basis. With our Peanut Flour, we are reaching a new segment of the market and introducing them to the wonders of this healthy and tasty product!”
Peanut Flour is the latest healthy and tasty peanut product to hit the market from Tru-Nut.
About The Tru-Nut Company
Reid Edgar founded Tru-Nut in 2013. On a personal mission to be more health-conscious, Edgar was looking for a healthier alternative to traditional peanut butter. Their first product, Powdered Peanut Butter, is a healthier and tastier alternative to traditional peanut butter and its unique taste satisfies health-conscious people from all walks of life. Tru-Nut currently produces five flavors of Powdered Peanut Butter, along with their Peanut Flour and Peanut Protein Powder blends. Their products are currently sold in over 4,000 stores across the United States, and exported to five countries http://www.tru-nut.com.