Nuts to go

Craft peanut but­ter is all the rage and ManiLife is win­ning awards and a fol­low­ing of foodie fans with its blitzed and blended man­ises (nuts!) for snack­ing on the go

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We’re on the look out for new­com­ers to the in­dus­try, be they young peo­ple, young com­pa­nies or young prod­ucts: those that may be the faces of the on­board sec­tor to­mor­row.

So if you're mak­ing your way into the on­board mar­ket, get in touch and we’ll spread the word, cham­pion the cause and watch your busi­ness as it heads sky high or gets on track.

Go­ing nuts

Spear­head­ing a new trend for craft peanut but­ter, this en­tre­pre­neur­ial new brand is ap­ply­ing the same level of craft seen in cof­fee, cho­co­late and beer to make what it claims is the tasti­est peanut but­ter yet. They roast, blitz and blend their peanuts, fresh each week and have three vari­ants; Smooth, Orig­i­nal Crunchy and Deep Roast Crunchy.

Tex­ture & taste

Made with high oleic man­ises - peanuts or ground­nuts - and a pinch of salt, each vari­ant has a slightly dif­fer­ent tex­ture and taste. There is no palm oil and

no added sugar as the nuts used are nat­u­rally sweeter and have a fat pro­file akin to olive oil.

Snack­ing al­ter­na­tive

The 15g ManíLife snack pots can be paired with por­ridge pots, yo­ghurts, fruit pots and toast, and can also pro­vide a tasty al­ter­na­tive for dip­ping if served with fruit or added to fresh­ly­made shakes.

The ManíLife story started in 2015, when the com­pany's man­u­fac­tur­ing part­ner with­drew and they were left with a tonne of peanuts, be­ing stored in a bed­room. In­stead, 45 friends, two blenders and a rugby club kitchen came to­gether to make the but­ter. ManíLife has grown rapidly and is now sold in over 1,200 stores as well as ex­pe­ri­enc­ing a seven fold in­crease in on­line sales.

45 friends, two blenders, a rugby club kitchen and a ton of peanuts came to­gether

to launch this range

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