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Adventure Sports Network: Pasokin Poised To Do Great Things

Our friends over at the Adventure Sports Network recently did a taste-test of Pasokin Peanut Butter Snacks. Their word to the wise: "Our stash disappeared quickly, so stock up if you plan to share with a group on your next…

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Pasokin Founder Takes 2nd Place in Patagonian Expedition Race 2018

We are thrilled to share about Pasokin founder, Marco Amselem, competing in and taking 2nd place in the Patagonian Expedition Race 2018--widely considered one the most difficult sporting events in the world! (more…)

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Pasokin Partners with Got Your Back San Diego

At Pasokin, we believe in giving back to our society. That is why we are taking part in the Got Your Back San Diego program to support children who are food insecure or homeless. Sources suggest that 99% of the…

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National Peanut Butter Day

10 Fun Facts To Celebrate The Day The sticky and nutty spread is so delicious it was given its own special day. The lunchtime favorite has been around since 1890 and can be used in a wide variety of ways, whether…

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No to Additives and Preservatives

22 Additives And Preservatives To Avoid It seems there is a constant struggle to find foods without additives and preservatives. Many have been around for a very long time, while others surface as new or simply use another name for…

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Peanuts Facts

Interesting Facts About Peanut ♥ Peanut is not a nut, but a legume related to beans and lentils. ♥ Peanuts are naturally cholesterol-free. ♥ There are four types of peanuts grown in the USA — Runner, Virginia, Spanish and Valencia. ♥…

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We love Peanuts

5 Reasons to love Peanuts Known to most as a nut, a peanut is really a legume—packed with lots of health benefits. With all the ongoing debate about healthy school lunches, I can’t help but think back to my childhood.…

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Peanut Industry history

Meet the “The Father of the Peanut Industry” Dr. Carver researched and developed more than 300 uses for peanuts Early Life George Washington Carver was born in Diamond Grove, Missouri around 1864. A frail, sickly child, Carver was unable to…

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