To start the year, Pandy released clean nut butter in convenient squeeze bottles under the brand name Nutchup in partnership with the nut butter brand of the same name. The Swedish functional company has now taken its three different Nutchup products in peanut, cashew, and almond-based butter, and put them into an alternative type of packaging.
As well as being able to buy them in the squeeze bottles, fans of Pandy can now also purchase the line of Nutchup nut butter in more mobile squeeze pouches. It’s a similar concept to the bottles, although the pouches are a lot smaller, easily fitting into your pocket but with only 40g of nut butter compared to the more than ten times larger bottles packing 435g.
As per usual, the added convenience of Pandy’s pocket-sized Nutchup pouches is not as cost-effective as the squeeze bottles. The product is actually way more expensive when looking at how much you get, with a single pouch of peanut butter from the brand’s website costing €1.90 (2.22 USD), while 40g from the 435g bottle works out to €0.52 (0.61 USD).