There are some kind human beings who understood the struggle and tried crowdfunding peanut butter pump that might help your plight.
People who have a sweet tooth often find themselves looking for things that could brighten their day, like ice cream, chocolates, bakery and anything which is sweet.
If you love eating sweet delicacies, you would know how much power it has in fixing your mood, changing your boredom to something exciting, making your tongue and soul go to tranquil state and helping you through a bad day.
There are some daily sweet items that most people love, for example-- Oreo, Nutella, and peanut butter. Starting the day with any of these is bliss.
But, love for sweet comes with its own setbacks too. No, not in the way they taste, but the way their jars are designed. The design flaw comes with most peanut butter jars, because of which you have to leave scraping around the jar to get those last few scoops.
But, worry not, as there are some kind human beings who understood the struggle and tried crowdfunding peanut butter pump that might help your plight.
This magical pump is created by Andy Scherer, who is a dad to five grown children, which kind of justifies his desire to invent something as useful as this pump.
The peanut butter pump currently is available on Indiegogo. It was in 2017 when Andy created this tool and launched a crowdfunding campaign in February hoping that by August the distribution will begin.
The pump was designed to fit most 40-ounce peanut butter tubs, which is amazing. To use the pump, you will have to screw it on in place of a lid and pump out the desired amount of the delicious peanut butter.
The pump then scrapes the sides of the jar when you use it, and by the time the jar is empty, the inside is nice and clean and you can toss the jar in the recycle bin, without having to rinse it out again and again.
The pump is convenient enough to use to spread PB on bread, crackers or fruits. You can have a pick too, as there are two nozzles to help you have an amazing experience while you devour every bit of it.
One of the nozzles which are a stream-style nozzle is meant for snacks and smoothies, and the ribbon nozzle was best for sandwiches. To enjoy the entire experience, you can head to Indiegogo to find out more about the campaign and donate for the cause. They are almost halfway to their $20,000 goal with 29 days left, isn't that huge?