WE BELIEVE IN NUT BUTTER DONE BETTER
Here at Pip & Nut we have always strived to do things better. Our manifesto is a daily reminder of our core commitments: Better Nuts, Better Taste, Better Business.
Seeing as we have nut in our name, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that we are, well, nuts about these little nutritional powerhouses. Did you know that there are loads of different varieties of peanuts and almonds, that differ in both flavour and health benefits? We’ve carefully selected Argentinian hi-oleic peanuts and just four types (out of 50+) of Californian almonds that we think make the best nut butter out there.Shop Our Favourites
Creating products that taste amazing has always been the number one priority. For example, we always gently roast our nuts and then mill them straight away (rather than keeping them in storage) to release all the flavour. We also love getting creative, which is why we still make a limited edition nut butter every year. In fact, we still use Pip’s original blender for kitchen experiments!Read Pip's Story
As a business we take our responsibility to look after our people and planet very seriously. We proudly certified as a B-Corp in 2019, which is a verified certification for companies using business as a force for good. Being part of this community holds us accountable and constantly pushes us to do even better.Read More
Proud to be a b-corp
B-corps use business as a force for good. That means they reach the highest environmental and social standards. So whilst success in a traditional business is all about profit, B-Corps also measure their impact on people and the planet. It took us over a year to become certified and during the rigorous assessment we were measured across four key areas: Governance, Environment, Workers, Community.
No palm oil ever
We promise to never use palm oil, to protect the rainforests for generations to come.
We work closely with our family-run chocolate supplier that supports Colombian farmers and their communities.
Working towards Net Zero
We’re committed to setting scientific goals in 2021 that map out our roadmap for reaching Net Zero.