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PETA, PETA Butter. And Jelly.

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To celebrate 30 years of fighting for animals, PETA has released an all-American foodstuff that’s as sticky as it is delicious. PETA Butter.

“Peanut butter is used on one of the most popular sandwiches in America—and it’s vegan—so PETA Butter was a natural choice,” said PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk.

Yes, that’s right. Now you too can own this delicious PETA-stamped version of the classic P in the PB&J. New York City-based Peanut Butter & Co. is producing the goods which feature 100% all-natural peanuts and no trans fats or cholesterol.

The 16oz jars are available online here or a mere $5 (note: we’re not seeing it there yet) — with a portion of all sales donated to the PETA’s “Pledge to Be Veg campaign.” Attendees to PETA’s 30th Anniversary Gala in LA later this month will also receive a jar.

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