Barney Butter was started by a mom in her Fresno, California home where she first started making it for friends and family. She began experimenting with homemade almond butter for the simple reason that she was unhappy with the other almond butters on the market. She knew that almond butter would be healthier for her peanut butter-loving kids and she wanted them to grab it on their own without any big fuss. Many broken blenders later, her recipe was perfected.
Pretty soon friends and neighbors were trying it and everyone really thought it was the best tasting almond butter they had ever tasted. Some just wanted it for the taste, but others had real needs like lowering cholesterol or as a peanut butter alternative. With encouragement from friends and family she manufactured her first batch of just 20 cases in 2006 and took a jar to a local grocer. It was an instant success! Today Barney Butter has s-p-r-e-a-d to independent and national grocery stores all across the country so now you too can be good to yourself and eat Barney Butter!
With its amazing fresh roasted flavor and truly smooth and creamy consistency Barney Butter stands apart from other almond butters and has quickly become a favorite treat for adults and children alike!!
Barney Butter is an all-natural almond butter made with Premium California Almonds. It is a craveably delicious treat with all the right qualities: the rich flavor, nutrition and versatility of almonds with a texture just like peanut butter. Manufactured in a peanut free facility, Barney Butter is a great alternative for those with peanut allergies. Barney Butter is naturally no-stir and does not need to be refrigerated. Being Non-GMO certified, Kosher, and Gluten free, with no trans fats or hydrogenated oils, and half the saturated fat of peanut butter, Barney Butter is a healthy and delicious treat!
“Thank you, thank you, thank you for this great product. My youngest son is allergic to peanuts and this is the only almond butter that I have found that is made in a peanut free facility and is not produced on the same equipment as peanut products.” — Kellie