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How Red Wing Became William F. Buckley Jr.'s Favorite Peanut Butter

docgradusadparnassum | Jan 12, 201511:02 AM     4

New York Times printed an article about William F. Buckley's Favorite Peanut Butter: Red Wing. Buckley considered himself a Peanut Butter aficionado. Red Wing was bought by a conglomerate and is being phased out. They produce private labels, according to the article: "Red Wing is sold under labels like Wegman’s, Price Chopper and Our Family."

Can anybody tell me where to get Red Wing or any of its private labels in Los Angeles? I want to know if I've been missing out!

How Red Wing Became William F. Buckley Jr.'s Favorite Peanut Butter

William F. Buckley Jr. was a devotee of peanut butter, especially Red Wing, produced in upstate New York. Now the company’s factory there is about to...

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