Ok, I'm thinking of making different Peanut Butter Marshmallow Creme spreads to sell for the Holidays. I want to use a store bought peanut butter, like Jiff, as the base of the spread. It's been suggested by a few people that I should make my own peanut butter for the spread, which I totally don't have time to do. So, I guess my question is, is it wrong to make this spread to sell and not make my own peanut butter. Will this be a turn-off to prospective buyers? I personally would not care or even think to ask someone if they were making their own pb. What do you think?
I appreciate any and all input given.
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