Who makes Skippy peanut butter?

Answer Originally, Rosefield Packing Company trademarked the name Skippy. The Best Foods, Inc. bought Skippy in 1955. Currently, Skippy brand peanut butter is a product of Unilever, a large consumer goods... Read More »

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Who manufactures Skippy peanut butter?

Unilever Global Co. manufactures Skippy peanut butter, along with other food, health and personal products, such as Bertolli pasta sauce, Breyers ice cream, Country Crock margarine, Pond's cold cre... Read More »

Where was Skippy peanut butter first made?

The first jar of Skippy peanut butter was produced at the Rosenfield Packing Co., Ltd. in Alameda, California in 1933. A plant in Minneapolis, Minnesota began production in 1940. Five years later, ... Read More »

Does Skippy make its peanut butter with PCA peanuts?

Skippy Peanut Butter, distributed by Unilever of Canada, is not made from peanuts from Peanut Corporation of America (PCA). During a 2009 recall of PCA peanuts, the U.S. Food and Drug Administrati... Read More »

Does Skippy Natural peanut butter really contain NO trans fats...?

I have jar also, and it says that it contains "palm oil" as one of the few ingredients.Blood cholesterol controversyThe United States' Center for Science in the Public Interest said palm oil which ... Read More »