Blackcat Peanut Butter - Crunchy

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Black Cat Peanut Butter was launched in 1926, and is one of South Africa's most popular brands - a firm favourite with families everywhere. The peanut is unusual, because it flowers above the ground, but fruits below the ground. One acre of peanuts will make 30,000 peanut butter sandwiches


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