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Nut Butters

We believe that beauty is in the simplicity. As we’ve grown-up, many childhood favorites, like nut butters, remain near and dear but we figured it was time to take it to the next level.

That’s where our awesome flavors come in. We have great respect for nut butters, and its with that high esteem that we wanted to see if we could elevate these humble nuts by adding mind-boggingly delicious flavors.

Since 2013, Eliot’s has made award winning small batch, grown-up flavored nut butters. Founded in the Eliot neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, we will always stay true to our roots of making the best tasting nut butters you’ve ever had. Scroll on to see more…


Some people talk a good game but we walk the walk:

  • US-Grown Nuts

  • Just 2-7 ingredients per jar

  • No Palm Oil. Ever. Why would you cut down trees, process and ship across an ocean to make nut butter?

  • No added oils, stabilizers or unnecessary ingredients

  • Produced in small batches in the Portland area.

  • Partner with local vendors like Theo Chocolate, Happy Cup Coffee, Meridian Cacao Co to make a difference.

  • Naturally Gluten-free and non-GMO

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"Nut butters you need in your pantry"

— Real Simple Magazine

Eat me.


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Aspiring Nut Butter Baron

Portland resident since 2011, Michael Kanter grew up as an aspiring chef in the Chicago area. Little did he know that his passion for food would lead to work his way up in restaurants for five years in Brooklyn, Seattle and Portland when the lightning bulb moment finally struck. Nut butters are great, but would adding more savory, grown-up flavors work? The taste was great and the icing on the cake was that making nut butters meant he could make a great source of plant-based protein that was naturally shelf stable. This meant his commitment to high quality, sustainable ingredients would always be part of every jar. From testing nuts from the bulk bin to ordering pallets of peanuts, Michael realized he had stumbled on this nutty calling and is committed to seeing whether he will ever be crowned an official baron of nut butters.

That’s a thing right?