Food businessman Joseph Rosenfield invented the churning process to make smooth peanut butter which he used to develop Skippy in 1932. 


Skippy dominated the peanut butter scene in the US until 1980. It remains China’s best-selling peanut butter and is second to Jif worldwide. 

While we thought the texture was just right, the flavor was too artificial and overly saccharine for our taste. Despite its popularity we deemed it the least flavorful of the bunch. 


Likes: Good texture, nutty flavor

Dislikes: Tastes artificial, too sweet, unpleasant aftertaste

Ingredients: Roasted peanuts, sugar, hydrogenated vegetable oil, salt                        

Notes: No preservatives, artificial flavors, or colors; 190 calories (serving size: 2 tbsp)