Peanut butter goes portable

In a switch to PET from glass offering "choosy Moms" a portable healthy snack, the J.M. Smucker Co. introduced its creamy Jif To Go peanut butter spread in 2.25-oz., single-serve cups for snacking on the go. Serving suggestions include using the portion-controlled peanut butter as a healthy dip for such items as apples and pretzels.

The new Jif To Go peanut butter spread is packed in convenient, portable 2.25-oz., single-serve cups for grab-and-go snacking. Source: J.M. Smucker Co.

The new shelf-stable version of the company's Jif peanut butter is packed in clear plastic thermoformed cups from Winpak Portion Packaging, Newtown, PA. The cups are sold in multipacks of six in a paperboard sleeve.

Jif's trademark red, blue and green stripes with its white logo are printed on the cup's peelable foil lidding, which can be easily removed for on-the-go eating.

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