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Natural Peanut Butter

Nutritious spread for snacks, mealtimes, baking and cooking; Mother Earth peanut butter is made with freshly roasted high oleic peanuts. We simply grind them to a delicious peanut butter. It's free from any nasties. 

We have a wide range of delicious natural peanut butters, including our specialties - Chia, LSA and Sesame. We add a little salt to all, excluding our unsalted range. 

Mother Earth Peanut Butter in a Nutshell 


Made with Superior High Oleic Peanuts 

When it comes to Mother Earth, only the best nuts make the cut. We only use high oleic peanuts, a different peanut variety to standard peanuts only grown in Australia and Argentina.

  • Great tasting

  • Ideal for peanut butter because it keeps fresher for longer

  • Plant- based, beneficial fats 

    • High oleic peanuts contain significant amounts of oleic acid (a monounsaturated fatty acid found naturally in plant-based fats and oils)

Scientific evidence has shown that a Mediterranean style diet, which combines a variety of whole foods, including plant-based ingredients such as legumes, nuts, seeds and oils that are higher in monounsaturated fatty acids, is better for you.

This table helps to explain the important link between high oleic acid and the nutritional quality of the fatty acids in the peanut butter made from high oleic peanuts.

High oleic peanuts have an increased level of monounsaturated fatty acids (84%), which is 31% greater than normal peanuts and 10% more than olive oil and avocado oil.

Straight-up Goodness

When it comes to all things peanuts, we've cracked it. Packed full of straight-up goodness, our natural peanut butter is:

  • Source of Protein

    • Protein as part of a healthy diet with regular physical activity helps to build muscles mass* 

  • Source of Folate

    • Folate is a B group vitamin that helps to support your immunity, helps reduce tiredness and fatigue and is essential for healthy blood formation* 

  • Source of Magnesium

    • Magnesium is an important nutrient for vitality and energy; it gives you more energy by reducing tiredness and fatigue, supports the body's nerve and muscle function and helps with electrolyte balance* 

  • Source of Vitamin B3

    • Vitamin B3 (Niacin) helps to support your nervous system, is important for energy release from food and is necessary for healthy skin and mucous membranes* 

  • Source of Vitamin E

    • Vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps protect cells from free radical damage*

*All claims are based on eating the recommended serving size and the health effect must be considered in the context of healthy diet involving the consumption of a variety of foods

Low Glycaemic Index (G.I.)

The energy from foods with a low G.I. is released slowly and gradually, because they are slowly digested and cause a slow rise in blood sugar levels.

Peanuts are a low carbohydrate and high fat food, which is why they are a low G.I. food. Peanuts have a low G.I. value (13-23).*

Foods which are measured as low G.I. can provide more sustained energy release compared to high G.I. foods, for example, foods that are high in added sugars.

Peanut Butter has therefore a naturally low G.I. and adds not only recommended monounsaturated fatty acids (beneficial fats) and a protein boost to your meals but is also packed in micronutrients including magnesium, folate, niacin and vitamin E.

*References to Low G.I. info: 

1. Glycemic Index Research and GI News

2. National Library of Medicine - The Effect of Added Peanut Butter on the Glycemic Response to a High-Glycemic Index Meal: A Pilot Study

Delicious Snack Ideas 

Our peanut butter is a versatile spread that can be used in cooking, baking, snacking or eating by the spoonful.

  • Topping on toast, crumpets, rice crackers, breakfast bowls and more

  • Add to your favourite smoothie for a delicious nutty flavour and source of protein 

  • Staple ingredient for satays and dips 

  • Spread on apples, celery and carrots

  • Straight out of the jar 

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Spread the goodness.