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Going nuts for Georgia’s first organic peanut butter

by The 100 Companies

Since 2012, Georgia Grinders has been making all-natural, simple and handcrafted nut butters out of its Chamblee facility. Last year, the facility became USDA Organic Certified, introducing an Organic Creamy Peanut Butter to the product line.

In partnership with Georgia Organics and GOPA (Georgia Organic Peanut Association), Georgia Grinders launched the first-ever Georgia-grown, processed and shelled organic peanut butter in February. GOPA is a farmer-owned cooperative that was founded in 2019 to help market Certified Organic peanuts.

Peanuts are Georgia’s official state crop, and half of the peanuts grown in the United States are grown in the state.

Mallory Moskovitz, 360 Media, Inc. 

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