To ensure that there is no cross contamination in our factory all raw materials that enter our factory must be accompanied by a receipt of origin certifying that where they have come from is free from other tree nuts, dairy, eggs, grain, and seed products not used in our products. The exceptions are coconut, honey, flax, and chia, all of which are used in Barney Butter products. Our factory is also subject to regular FDA audits as well as regular sterilization wash downs.
Articles in this section
- How is Barney Butter made?
- What measures do you use to ensure there is no cross contamination with allergens in your factory?
- Is Barney Butter a more premium product than other nut butters?
- What are the benefits of Barney being a manufacturer vs. using a co-packer like many other nut-butters?
- At what temperature are your raw almond butters produced?
- Why do you pasteurize your almonds? How do you achieve pasteurization of your almonds?
- Where are your almonds sourced from?