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Interesting Facts About Peanut Butter

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Interesting Facts About Peanut Butter

I bet you did not know a lot of these facts about peanut butter. Check them out and see how many you actually knew.  So how do you like your PB?  On a sandwich?  Do you like it with Jelly?  All of the above for us!

First Patent

In the year 1884, Marcellus Gilmore Edson of Montreal, Quebec was the first person to patent peanut butter.

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How Many?

It takes about 540 peanuts to make a 12-ounce jar of peanut butter.

90%

By law, any product labeled “peanut butter” in the United States must be at least 90 percent peanuts.

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Are You Accidentally Hurting Your Dog?

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Are You Accidentally Hurting Your Dog? Be Careful

You love your dog, and you would never imagine doing anything to harm him or her. What you may not realize, however, is that there are things you do every day that can actually be damaging to your dog.

Doggie Dangers

These typical owner behaviors don’t appear dangerous, but that’s partially because most owners aren’t told that they are. Bone up on the facts, and you’ll keep your canine healthy and happy for years.

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People Food

You already know that certain types of “people food” are bad for dogs, particularly chocolate and alcohol. But there are other seemingly nutritious foods you might be feeding your dog that can actually do some serious damage. Certain fruits, vegetables, and even meat and dairy products can be extremely toxic, and sometimes fatal, for dogs. Read on to discover what foods put your doggie at risk.