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We created Wild Friends as two hungry college students looks for healthy snacks. Since making our first jar in 2011, we've launched dozens of new flavors of nut butter, left our college apartment behind and are now based in Portland, Oregon, but a few things have stayed the same -- most importantly, our passion for great-tasting products, made with the healthiest whole ingredients we can find.
Our peanut butters are 100% dairy free.
All of our products are certified Non-GMO by the Non-GMO Project.
We do not use Palm Fruit Oil, emulsifiers or stabliziers in any of our products - stirring the jar is a trade-off we're willing to make.
Our products taste great right off the spoon - but they're also awesome in smoothies, baked into cookies, rolled into energy bites and more!
Describe your product in 3 words.
Whole ingredients, reinvented.
Where did you get the inspiration for your product?
We love putting unique and healthy twists on classic foods like peanut butter. We're inspired by reviving the foods we already know, love and eat.
What differentiates your product from similar products out there?
We focus on offering the highest quality products in the widest variety. We offer peanut, almond and sunflower butters, in a range of flavors to match all dietary preferences.
Tell us about the best and most challenging parts of the creation process.
The process of creating new products is so fun. The best part is giving our customers a product they've been asking us for - fulfilling a real need. The challenge is always meeting our high standards on nutrition and ingredients, without compromising on great taste.
Flavor: Chocolate Coconut | Size: 16oz. Jar
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Contains: Peanuts, tree nuts (coconut).
Made on equipment which also processes: Wheat, soy, sesame.
Roasted Peanuts, Coconut, Organic Agave, Unsweetened Dark Chocolate, Sea Salt.
These oils separate naturally!
Stir well and store in a cool, dry place.
Refrigeration not necessary.
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