PHOENIX – A new wave of peanut butter and jam flavours are set to become available on the market in 2017.
Peanut butter, the main ingredient of the jelly, is expected to become a reality by 2021, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on Monday.
The FDA also announced that peanut butter products from the new crop are expected to include a blend of sweetened and unsweetened peanut butter, as well as almond and pecan butter.
The company is also adding a new blend of peanut and jelly to its line of products.
The new peanut butter is made from the oils of the oil palm and is flavored with the addition of a mixture of vanilla and coconut milk.
The jelly is made up of a combination of peanut oil and jelly that has been flavored with a blend.
It’s expected to be available on grocery shelves by 2021.
The new Jelly will be available in two different sizes, each with two types of peanut.
Jelly with one type of peanut will be available by 2021 with the same peanut butter flavor and the same jelly flavor as the jelly with one peanut, according to the FDA.
Jelly without peanut butter will be offered in 2021, with the peanut butter flavored with coconut milk flavor and coconut cream flavor.
Jelly made from peanut oil will be made available in 2021 with a flavor that includes coconut milk, peanut butter flavoring and coconut oil, according the FDA release.
Peppermint and lemon flavours are also expected to debut on the markets in 2017, according a press release from Peanut Butter & Jelly Inc. (P&J), which is a subsidiary of P&J, Inc. The company said it expects the peppermint and lemons to debut in 2017 with the lemon flavored with peanut butter.
Pepper is expected in 2021 to be made from all-natural peanut butter in a variety of flavorings, including peanut butter with lemon, peanut oil with lemon and lemon flavorings.
The FDA announced in December that the agency is working with manufacturers to develop peanut butter that will not contain salt.
For more information about the new peanut and jam flavors, visit www.fda.gov/jelly.
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