The answer to that question is still a mystery.
The story of the origins of the peanut-butter story was first reported by the Associated Press last year.
The AP said the story of peanut butter is not as simple as it first appears.
The peanut butter story was written about the peanut crop in the 1920s, the AP reported.
The crop, the report said, was a product of European settlers who imported a variety of peanut products from the East African continent.
The report said that while the crop was considered an important part of the American diet, the peanut became more popular in the 1940s, becoming the preferred snack among many Americans.
The American Medical Association, which has been a staunch supporter of the food industry, has supported the AP’s story, saying it’s a more accurate account of the history of the crop.
But the AP report said the peanut story has changed over time.
For instance, the company that makes the product is now called Ben & Jerry’s, and its recipes have been tweaked and altered over the years, the newspaper reported.
In 2016, the Associated Reuters Review, a non-profit news outlet that provides independent news coverage to journalists, published a report that said a new peanut product that was sold by Ben &, Jerry’s in 2016 was not the original.
Ben & Joes, the review said, replaced the original with a new formula that was not labeled with the peanut’s history.
The review said that the new formula did not contain the seeds from the original crop, and that the company did not follow the proper safety precautions to assure that its peanut products were not linked to peanut-related deaths.
The product also didn’t meet the APs standard for “nutritional value” and “healthiness,” according to the review.
Ben, which was founded in 1966, has since changed its name and has since stopped selling the new peanut-free formula.
But not everyone is buying the new version.
A petition has been started on Change.org, asking for the Ben &Joes peanut-less formula to be pulled from shelves.
Some say the product isn’t good enough for the modern-day peanut consumer.
Others say the company’s new formula does not do enough to meet the new requirements of the new Nutrition Facts label.
The petition also asked for the company to stop marketing Ben &Jerry’s new peanut products.
“Ben &Joeys has a history of not offering good nutrition to the American public,” the petition said.
“While we know there are some who want to use these products to improve their health, we are concerned that these products may actually make people sick.”
But not all supporters of the petition are unhappy with the new Ben &.
“We are happy that Ben & is making a peanut-rich alternative that people can enjoy and appreciate,” said Rachel Cagle, an editor at the site The Food Babe.
“Our petition is a sign of how much we appreciate these products.
We are glad Ben &joes is changing its marketing to be healthier and make people happy.
We just hope that Ben&Joes changes its marketing and is making healthier food instead.”