There's a lot of exquisite foods in the state of Texas.

We've all seen a fantastic steak put together in the Lone Star State right? Or a burger that has so many ingredients but they always work perfectly together. With so many creations in Texas, you'll find a new one that you're bound to love.

Other times though, a Texan may want something simple. Like a turkey sandwich, or just a bag chips to eat. Many options exist, but there's a very specific kind of food we'll be talking about.

What's on the menu you ask? None other than Peanut butter! But why peanut butter?

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Do You Know The Worst Peanut Butter In The State Of Texas?


You may be wondering what exactly makes peanut butter the worst in the state of Texas. Well, the items put into it to make the food are the main point of worry. 24/7 Wall Street ranked the 13 worst peanut butter brands and number one might surprise you as to why it was ranked there.

The worst peanut butter in the nation, which is also sold in Texas is none other Smucker's Goober Grape. The reason is landed at number one is for a simple ingredient in it: Potassium sorbate.

As reported by 24/7 Wall Street, Potassium sorbate is ok for people to eat. as per the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. But in Europe, it is highly controlled.

Europe keeps an eye on it due to its reputation as a genotoxin, which has the ability to cause problems to chromosomes and DNA. So it may be best to avoid this peanut butter!

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Top 5 Worst Pizza Places

24/7 Wall St. referred to pizza reviews from five distinct food blogs and websites. Given the subjective nature of pizza preferences, their selection criteria focused on pizza chains consistently ranked at the lower end on multiple platforms.

Reviewers exhibited diverse opinions in discussions about pizza.
Agreement on the best pizza chains was scarce, with only a handful receiving high praise from individual reviewers, such as Mellow Mushroom, Jet’s, California Pizza Kitchen, and MOD.

Chains with mixed reviews included Pizza Hut, Papa John’s, Donato’s, and Marco’s. While individual reviewers held differing perspectives on these chains, the overall evaluation resulted in fairly average scores.

In contrast, there was notable alignment in identifying the worst pizza chains. These five establishments garnered attention in 24/7 Wall St. survey for consistently low rankings across the board.


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