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Does your facility contain allergens?

The SunButter® production facility is free from the top food allergens. 

Is SunButter gluten free?

All SunButter® products are Certified Gluten Free,

Is SunButter Non GMO?

All SunButter® products are certified Non-GMO.

What are mono-diglycerides?

They are fully hydrogenated vegetable oil that prevent oil separation.

Does SunButter have to be refrigerated?

SunButter® can be stored in the refrigerator, but it does not extend the product’s shelf life.

What is the shelf life?

1 year from date of manufacture (BIUB on package) opened or unopened.

Is SunButter healthier than peanut butter or nut butter?

SunButter® is naturally good for you. It contains about 7g of protein and less saturated fat than the leading brand of almond butter.


Is SunButter kosher?

All SunButter® varieties are certified Kosher.

Where do you get your sunflower seeds from?

Our sunflower seeds are globally sourced from carefully vetted growers.

Can I get SunButter from my Foodservice Distributor?

Yes, SunButter distributes via DOT Foods, so any foodservice distributor can access the product.

My School (camp, classroom, afterschool program) is Nut-Aware, can we serve SunButter?

All SunButter® products are free from the top food allergens, including peanuts.

Can I bake with SunButter?

Absolutely. SunButter is a great substitute for peanut butter in baking. View our SunButter recipes to get ideas.  You may also download our free Foodservice Recipe Book.

Is there a SunButter recipe book available for Foodservice?

Yes! The SunButter Foodservice Recipe Book is available as a free download online. This recipe book is intended for use at school foodservice departments or for cafeteria use. Download the foodservice recipe book here.  If you are looking for at-home recipes, check out our consumer website with 200+ recipes:

Why do my baked goods turn green when I use SunButter in place of peanut butter?

When substituting SunButter in your existing recipe, you may have to reduce the baking soda/powder by about 1/3. The chlorogenic acid (chlorophyll) in sunflower seeds reacts with the baking soda/powder when baked, causing the green color when the cookies cool. This is completely harmless! Depending on the recipe, a splash of lemon juice may help. You can also check out our tried and tested SunButter recipes.

Why is there oil on the top of my SunButter?

While our foodservice products are formulated to prevent separation, sometimes natural separation may occur and it may be necessary to stir the product to mix in the oil.

Do you have stickers for Foodservice to show that foods are peanut free?

Yes! We provide “Made with SunButter” stickers as a free resource to all our SunButter fans. Print these stickers on Avery 22817 Laser/Ink Jet Round Labels. Please be sure to select “Actual Size” when printing, not “Fit” (stickers may not line up with labels if this setting is not chosen). Download the stickers here.  The stickers are also available for purchase online at or

What resources do you have available for schools that are peanut aware?

The following SunButter Partners Have Great Resources for Teachers, Schools, and Parents. You may also encourage parents to visit the SunButter Parent Resources page.  We are happy to provide sample kits to school nurses with literature they can send home to parents.    

FARE – Back to School Online Headquarters

Click link above for resources for parents, teachers, school nurses and school administrators from Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE)

FAACT’s For Schools Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Connection Team (FAACT) provides eduction and resources for school personnel.    

FAACT  – Planning for School A Parent’s Guide 
Click link above for great resources for parents from Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Connection Team (FAACT)

Kids With Food Allergies – Keeping Students With Food Allergies Safe At School

Click link above for free resources for parents, schools, teachers and staff  from Kids With Food Allergies, a division of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.

Snack Safely – Tools For Schools

Click link above for resources to help teachers, school nurses, principals or PTA groups implement a successful nut-free classroom policy