I know the major brands of jarred peanut butter are not on the recall list. I still have this “thing” about buying them, rational or not. I really wanted peanut butter again, though. My solution for now is to buy Eastwind Peanut Butter. It’s produced and processed organically and not too far down the road from me.
Ideally, this type of food would make up the bulk of my grocery purchases. In the real world, I have house payments and braces to buy for one of my kids. It’s a dilemma. I want to buy local/organic and pay workers what they’re worth. What I can afford is often something else. It’s not because I’d have to give up the trip to the Bahamas. I already don’t have that; I’ve taken one vacation in the last five years.
I do what I can. In the summer we have a small garden. At the store, I buy a few expensive grocery items for the health and environmental factors and most of the rest consists of store brands for the financial factor. I’m guessing a lot of people do the same. It depends on which items are priority. Peanut butter had been a store brand thing. Now I’ve added it in the column with the local bgh-free milk and the free range eggs.
It does feel good to know my family and I are eating healthier foods. So long as I can keep us out from under the bridge, I’ll try be grateful for the availability and not complain too much about the cost.
2 thoughts on “Peanut Butter Again”
I’m not too afraid of the PB in the jar, but I was surprised by two things: (1) That I received a letter from Sam’s Club telling me I had purchased some granola bars with “tainted” PB, but could never remember buying the brand. (2) That certain Clif bars were one of the recalls.
We too buy the eggs and milk on the high end, but the grocery bill is already so out of line, it’s hard to justify much else from the organic lot. More gardening this year I guess.
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