Peanut butter alternative available in Australia
Eskal, a Trialia Foods range, has introduced a peanut butter alternative to the Australian market. Designed for allergy sufferers, Eskal FreeNut Butter is, according to Trialia Foods, the first of its kind in Australia.
Made from ground roasted sunflower seeds, Eskal Freenut Butter is peanut free, dairy free and gluten free.
“Peanut allergies are on the rise, and there have been no peanut butter alternatives available in Australia until Eskal FreeNut Butter hit the supermarket shelves,” says Ronnie Joss, founder of Trialia Foods. “Eskal FreeNut Butter is processed in a peanut free facility and each batch is tested for trace amounts of peanut protein, so allergy sufferers can rest assured that its 100% safe for them to enjoy.”
Eskal FreeNut Butter is stocked at selected Coles and Woolworths supermarkets. It is available in Crunchy and Smooth options, both of which are, Trialia Foods claims, similar in texture to real peanut butter.
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