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PBandU Closes in Wayne

The store closed Dec. 23.

PBandU, the shop that sold peanut-butter creations at 163 E. Lancaster Ave. in Wayne, closed on Dec. 23, according to its Facebook page.

A location remains in the Moorestown, N.J. Mall.

Read the "Meet the Owner" that Patch ran on owner Mercury Amodio.

The shop opened in Wayne in 2010.

What do you think would be a good business to replace PBandU at this location? Tell us by commenting below.

Catherine December 31, 2012 at 12:42 PM
Cute concept with a nice, well-intentioned owner but it just seemed weird to create a business where a certain percentage of the age you've target marketed could never eat your food -- or even step in the door -- without risking anaphylactic shock (at least the parents feared they would). If just one child had a peanut allergy, that knocked out the whole family or playgroup as a customer. And, these allergies are on the rise for some reason.
Radnor Patch ISN'T About Radnor Anymore :( December 31, 2012 at 09:10 PM
Shocking that this place lasted as long as it did. And for Wayne businesses likely to close during 2013....Bang and Olufsen....other guesses?
Bill Nut January 01, 2013 at 06:02 PM
You're mot going to get anything with a "cute and nice" concept because Radnor makes it so damn hard to establish a local stores here. We'll be lucky if we get another coffee shop that lasts 3 months. Big changes coming in 2013.
Lindsay at Flag Lady Gifts January 01, 2013 at 10:03 PM
What sad news! My family happens to love PB&J creations, and we're sad to see such a sudden departure. In fact, I still have a punch card and wish I'd known they were closing, as I would have stopped by one last time!
Derek Yates January 31, 2013 at 06:18 PM
Good afternoon, My name is Derek Yates i am a cadet at Valley Forge Military college. Recently in my analytical writing and research class our professor had assigned a project for us to write a buisness plan. I was interested on the price of the lease/ rent of this building for a business. If I could get further information like the size of the building it would be greatly appreciated. Contact me at dkyates@cadet.vfmac.edu

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