Lava Magazine

  • June 22, 2010

Improve on peanut butter? Anyone claiming such nonsense was either delusional or misguided. One of the greatest food inventions ever to hit store shelves, spreadable peanut is one of life’s simplest pleasures. Why mess with it?

At least this was how I felt until I tried NuttZo Multi-Nut Butter. I’d tried almond butter (healthier, but disappointing), cashew butter (creamy, but bland), and low-fat varieties (spare me), but good old-fashioned peanut butter—the kind where the ingredients read just peanuts and salt—kept a firm hold on my heart. On cinnamon raisin bread, celery, or straight out of the jar, PB was it. Never one to pass up a new food experience, however, I jumped at the chance to try this strange new product that had made its way into the LAVA office fridge.

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Glamour Magazine

  • June 21, 2010

It’s so easy to just grab a bag of pretzels or a “nutrition” bar from the vending machine when you find yourself famished for a snack. But many packaged snacks have more salt, sugar and preservatives than any of us…

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Organic Food Challenge

  • June 11, 2010

Good nutrition is the foundation of good health, especially for children in their crucial developmental years. But this is not news to Danielle LiVolsi, a San Diego mother of two and founder of NuttZo, a nutritionally-dense, multi-nut butter company. In…

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