Collection: Spreadable

Spreadable creams to fill bread in the morning and have energy for the whole day.

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Spreads are an important part of the American breakfast:

  • peanut butter,
  • Marmite,
  • marshmallow cream.

How are spreads eaten?

Spreads are paired with bread to create your own sandwich. These spreads are commonly used for breakfast and also to prepare sandwiches for morning and afternoon snacks. We have often seen peanut butter sandwiches being prepared for kids' snacks in movies and TV shows. Now you can do it too!

Types of spreads

Spreads range from protein-packed options like peanut butter to sweeter ones like marshmallow cream. There are also stronger-flavored spreads like Marmite, made from yeast extract and vegetable concentrate, and chocolate spread like Twix. You can also find fruit jams in flavors like blueberry and apricot.

Discover Marmite

Marmite is a famous spread enjoyed in America, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. Many people associate Marmite as a typical Australian spread, but it actually originated in South Africa and has gained popularity in Anglo-American countries.

Marmite is a savory spread made from yeast extract. It has a distinct and strong flavor that is loved by many but can be an acquired taste for some. It is often described as salty, rich, and slightly tangy. Marmite is commonly used as a spread on toast, sandwiches, and crackers.

In the countries where it is popular, Marmite has become a beloved pantry staple. It has even gained a cult following, with people either loving or hating its unique taste. Some enjoy Marmite as a breakfast spread, while others incorporate it into recipes to add a savory kick to their dishes.

Whether you're a fan of Marmite or curious to try it for the first time, this iconic spread offers a distinct and flavorful experience that has captured the taste buds of millions around the world.