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About Skippy Peanut Butter

Skippy Peanut Butter has a long and celebrated history in the United States. Peanut butter was first invented by a St. Louis doctor as an easily digestible, high-protein food for his patients. The Skippy brand was introduced in 1933 to America's grocery stores by Joseph Rosenfeld and the Rosenfeld Packing Company.

Mr. Rosenfeld perfected a process to help prevent oil separation in the peanut butter, which is what initially set Skippy apart from other brands. Over time, the peanut butter grew so popular that the brand expanded. Production plants were opened in Minneapolis, MN, Portsmouth, VA, Dallas, TX and Little Rock, AR.

Rosenfeld's process for making peanut butter was patented, and the Skippy brand was registered with the U.S. Trademark office. Skippy Peanut butter is part of our pop culture in many ways. In the '30's the brand sponsored the Skippy Hollywood Radio program. In the 50's they sponsored the "You Asked for It" television show for eight years.

Norman Rockwell created illustrations for Skippy Peanut Butter in 1963. And who could forget Annette Funicello starring in the Skippy commercials during the 70's and 80's? Olympic champion Bonnie Blair was featured in a Skippy commercial in 1994, and in 1998 Derek Jeter became the official spokesperson for the brand.

Skippy's Products

Skippy's website offers a wide variety of information on all things Skippy. Under the "Products" tab, you can view the information for all of the different types of peanut butter Skippy has to offer: Creamy, Super Chunk, Reduced Fat Creamy, Reduced Fat Super Chunk, Roasted Honey Nut Creamy, Roasted Honey Nut Super Chunk, Natural Creamy, Natural Super Chunk, and Natural Creamy with Honey. Nutritional info for all peanut butters is only a mouse click away.

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Under the recipe tab, families can get ideas for how to serve Skippy for breakfast, lunch, desserts, and snacks. There's also a special section called "Kids Can Cook" which features recipes that kids can make themselves or with minor supervision.

Under the "Kids Corner" tab, kids can find crafts to make with peanut butter or with the empty jar. Kids can also play games and learn fun facts about peanut butter. For instance, did you know that more Skippy has been sold than any other peanut butter in the world? Or that it takes 773 peanuts to make one 16.3 ounce jar of peanut butter?

Rounding out the website is nutritional information, a complete history of Skippy, allergy information, and news about how the Skippy brand is benefiting the community. You can also select "Ask Skippy" to search the FAQ database on the website.

Skippy Coupons

Skippy offers coupons both online and in print. Skippy Peanut Butter coupons regularly appear in the Sunday coupon circulars, and can sometimes be found attached to the product itself or available from a pull-off pad on the grocery shelf.

Online Coupons

Online, families can find Skippy Peanut Butter coupons on websites such as Coupons.com, RedPlum.com, and SmartShopper.com. You can also elect to follow Skippy on Twitter and possibly hear about new promotions this way. When combined with store specific coupons, families can save even more money and stretch their grocery bills even further.

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