Nerdy Nuts has released peanut butter flavors inspired by some 2020 presidential candidates


Courtesy: Nerdy Nuts

SOUTH DAKOTA (WEHT) – There are four limited edition, artisan peanut butters that have been crafted from a favorite food of four of the 2020 presidential candidates.

These peanut butters are a fun, flavorful take on the 2020 presidential campaign. The flavors were released in August.

Each jar features the campaign slogan for the candidates and are available at

Erika Peterson, co-founder of Nerdy Nuts, says, “We created the political candidate flavors based on the people, not their politics. We wanted positive products that were fun and brought everyone together, especially in such a tense political climate.”

Fuel the Bern! is Cinnamon Raisin Peanut Butter. This flavor was created based off of an interview in the Washington Post. Sen. Bernie Sanders, when not on the campaign trail, will have Raisin Bran for breakfast.

Warren’s Winner is Strawberry Frosting & Sprinkles Peanut Butter. In a tweet on May 28, 2017, Sen. Elizabeth Warren revealed her favorite kind of donut is the “pink Homer Simpson donut”. The campaign slogan on this jar of peanut butter is: “Persist”.

Trump’s Triumph is Vanilla Cookie & Cream Peanut Butter. According to The Daily Meal, one of President Trump’s favorite snacks is the Vienna Wafer, which features the campaign slogan: “Keep America Great”.

Joe’s Dream is Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter. July 21, 2019 was National Ice Cream Day. And Former VP Joe Biden tweeted his flavor of choice was chocolate chip ice cream. It features the campaign slogan: “Our best days lie ahead”.

According to Nerdy Nuts, President Trump’s peanut butter is leading the sales board (you can see that board below).

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(This story was originally published on October 9, 2019)

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