|Title||Once Again Nut Butter Finds Creative Ways to Grow Sales Potential|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||2008|
|Corporate Authors||Nutrition Business Journal,|
Heightened consumer concern over nut allergies combined with an already nearly stagnant market for peanut and nut butters have forced Once Again Nut Butters to update its facilities, innovate its product line, and search for new revenue opportunities. Nunda, New York-based Once Again opened up shop more than 25 years ago as a worker-owned cooperative. Peanut butter was the company's first product, and this lunch-box mainstay remains and important contributor to the company's bottom line. But to keep up with changing consumer tastes, Once Again has added natural and organic almond and cashew butters and organic sunflower butter to its product offerings. The company also sells a selection of both natural and organic bulk peanuts, cashews and almonds and produces a line of natural raw honey under the Dawes Hill brand.