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September 4, 2014

The Ultimate Peanut Butter Cup

by Anne Paddock

Man cannot live by bread alone. He must have chocolate and peanut butter.

Nearly one hundred years ago, a former dairy farmer and shipping foreman for Hershey named H.B. Reese invented the Peanut Butter Cup. Decades passed and until recently there hasn’t been much innovation in the peanut butter cup industry. Chocolate maker extraordinaire – Theo Chocolate – and master peanut butter maker, CB’s Nuts – have joined forces to make one very extraordinary Peanut Butter Cup: ground fresh peanuts covered in creamy milk or rich dark chocolate.

Launched this summer, the Theo Peanut Butter Cup is the first organic, palm free, soy free, and fair trade peanut butter cup made by a true chocolatier and a true peanut butter maker, who only uses peanuts to make peanut butter. But, the best part is the taste of this amazing little cup with the grooves on the sides: simple, yummy and irresistible. There really isn’t another peanut butter cup like the Theo Peanut Butter CupTheo Peanut Butter Cup

It seems only natural that two superstar food companies in Seattle, Washington – Theo Chocolate and CB’s Nuts – would find each other and create a new and improved version of a national favorite. As tradition dictates, each 1.3 ounce package contains 2 peanut butter cups (because one is never enough). Nationwide distribution begins this month at Whole Foods Markets, Earthfare stores, as well as specialty retailers (see the company website for a list of retailers). Also available in Theo’s web shop:  www.theochocolate.com or in their factory store in Seattle for $2.29.10273156_10152217226418576_8905703332048090199_o

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