Who invented peanut butter?

Answer George Washington Carver invented peanut butter. Born a slave, he became a scientist who developed crop rotation methods and new uses for crops. He invented 300 peanut-derived products. Carver was ... Read More »

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Who invented Jif peanut butter?

Proctor and Gamble created the creamy version of Jif Peanut Butter in 1958. J.M. Smucker acquired the peanut butter business in an all-stock transaction with P&G in 2001. J.M. Smucker also acquired... Read More »

When was the butter churn invented?

Archeologists have found artifacts that show that butter churns have been around for at least 500 years. Different styles of butter churns have been used in India, Tibet, New Zealand, England and t... Read More »

Who invented the butter churn?

The butter churn has been around since approximately 600 A.D. The exact inventor is unknown. The earliest evidence of a butter churn was found in northern Europe, in the area of present-day Scotlan... Read More »

Who invented the formula for peanut butter?

George Washington Carver, a man born into slavery, is widely acknowledged to be the inventor of peanut butter. About the turn of the 20th century, he invented peanut butter, as well as hundreds of ... Read More »