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Johnston Peanut Butter Mill


category : Historic Mills
Mill opened 1929; more than 2 million jars peanut butter produced each year as staple of Depression-era nutrition. Artifacts from that era include labels, photos, equipment. Also memorabilia from annual Peanut Butter Festival (Oct.).


Admission: Free
Hours: Open by appt. and last Sat. in Oct.
Address: Church St.

Phone: 334-735-3675
Fax: 334-566-4281

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Mill opened 1929; more than 2 million jars peanut butter produced each year as staple of Depression-era nutrition. Artifacts from that era include labels, photos, equipment. Also memorabilia from annual Peanut Butter Festival (Oct.)

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Johnston Peanut Butter Mill

Mill opened 1929; more than 2 million jars peanut butter produced each year as staple of Depression-era nutrition. Artifacts ...