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Peanut butter is a rare New Zealand dish worth over $ 1,000 on TradeMe.

Pic's Peanut Butter founder Pic Picot is raising funds for older brothers' older sisters, including a rare jar of Pic's Peanut Butter.

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Pic’s Peanut Butter founder Pic Picot is raising funds for older brothers’ older sisters, including a rare jar of Pic’s Peanut Butter.

One of New Zealand’s rarest pots of peanut butter is up for auction – and could be one of the world’s most expensive walnut spreads.

The peanut butter in the picture went up. For sale on TradeMay on September 1 Fundraising for Big brothers, big sisters.The price has reached ، 1,100 on Wednesday. The auction is still going on for three days.

What makes the jar rare is the ingredients – peanut butter is made from New Zealand-grown peanuts, not known for Autorva, pickled peanut butter from Australia, Zambia, Brazil and Nicaragua is made from pulses

Pic Picot, the founder of Pic Peanut Butter, said earlier this year that the two had a joint venture. Plant and food research., Pic’s Peanut Butter, and Northland farmers received 20 kg of peanuts.

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“We managed to get four jars of peanut butter from this first Northland crop.”

Pic's Peanut Butter has four jars of peanut butter made from New Zealand-born peanuts, one of which is being auctioned off on TradeMe to raise funds for the older siblings.

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Pic’s Peanut Butter has four jars of peanut butter made from New Zealand-born peanuts, one of which is being auctioned off on TradeMe to raise funds for the older siblings.

He said the other three jars have been given special privileges, one of which will be permanently displayed in Nelson’s picture Peanut Butter World, the other will be donated to the Nelson Provincial Museum and the last jar to New Zealand. Will be marked for the hero, who will be nominated by the community. Through Pic’s Peanut Butter’s social media channels.

Picot said the bidders at the Trade Me auction had a unique, never-ending opportunity to own a true piece of New Zealand food history.

“Our peanut butter makers peeled the nuts by hand during their lunch. We roasted them in a food factory, and ground them in one of our original grinders. It’s very special, so whatever you pay for it will be worth it. It tastes great, but don’t open it. Leave it to your grandchildren. “

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Dan and Stacey check out Nelson’s Peanut Butter World Tour.

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