Butter and Yellow Spreads
2018


  • CULINARY COOKING BUTTER (posted July 10, 2018)
  • Organic Valley introduces Ghee.
  • Ghee is clarified butter, which is basically slow simmered butter in which excess water is removed. This allows some of the milk solids to caramelize, leaving behind hints of sweetness and roasted nuts.
  • Ghee is a lactose-free, casein-free and shelf-stable product.
  • It has been a staple of many culinary traditions around the world for centuries, and today it’s prized for its rich buttery taste, enticing aroma and its high smoke point, which makes it ideal for high-heat cooking.
  • Organic Valley’s newest dairy product comes in 7.5- and 13-ounce containers.
  • The product does not require refrigeration, rather it may be stored in a cool, dry, dark place for optimal flavor. It should be capped when not in use.
  • A 1-teaspoon serving contains 45 calories and 5 grams of fat.
  • For more information, link HERE.

  • SPREADABLE CHURNED BUTTER (posted June 12, 2018)
  • Müller introduces Müller Spreadable to the U.K. market.
  • Müller Spreadable is made with 73% real churned butter, giving it a deliciously creamy taste. The dairy company believes it can drive consumption across all age ranges, but particularly families.
  • New Müller Spreadable comes in four offerings. There’s slightly salted and unsalted in 250-gram and 400-gram tubs. There’s also new salted and unsalted Müller Butter in 250-gram blocks.
  • “The Müller brand exists to bring everyday moments of pleasure, and with this launch, we’re bringing the delicious creamy Müller taste to the category for the first time,” says Dan Howell, commercial director at Müller Milk & Ingredients.
  • “It’s a really exciting moment for us. We recognize that there has been a lack of new product development in this part of the dairy aisle, and we’re confident that by focusing on taste and leveraging the brand power of Müller, we can unlock new category growth benefitting consumers and customers alike.”
  • For more information, link HERE.

  • ARTISAN GRASS-FED BUTTER (posted April 24, 2018)
  • Park Butter hand crafts all-natural butters for retail and foodservice.
  • It is a family-owned and operated producer of artisan grass-fed butters located in Miami.
  • The company uses fresh and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible.
  • The butters are made in small batches and highlight herbs, fruits and spices at the peak of flavor.
  • Plain comes salted and unsalted.
  • The six flavors are: Balsamic & Red Onion, Banana Cream & Pecan, Chipotle, Chocolate & Cardamom, Roasted Garlic & Herb, and Rosemary & Honey.
  • The butters come in 4-ounce 100% plant-based compostable containers.
  • For more information, link HERE.

  • GHEE BUTTER GETS PORTABLE (posted March 15, 2018)
  • 4th & Heart introduces shelf-stable, single-serve packs of ghee, including flavors!
  • The company makes its ghee from grass-fed milk.
  • The clarified butter is said to cook like oil and spread like butter.
  • It comes in Original recipe, along with three flavors. They are: California Garlic, Himalayan Pink Salt and Madagascar Vanilla Bean.
  • The original line is sold in 9- and 16-ounce jars. The new portable product comes in 0.7-ounce single-serve packs.
  • A 1-teaspoon serving contains 45 calories and 5 grams of fat.
  • For more information, link HERE.

  • SPECIALTY BUTTERS FROM VARIED MILKS (posted January 23, 2018)
  • Carr Valley Cheese introduces artisan butter line.
  • Since 1883 this Wisconsin creamery has been handcrafting cheeses from cow’s, goat’s and sheep’s milk. Now it’s making butter.
  • The company is introducing a line of butter made from cow’s, goat’s or sheep’s milk, or all three. The latter is sold under the Menage name.
  • The butters come in 4-ounce foil squares, as well as 8-ounce clear plastic tubs. 
  • For more information, link HERE.

  • ARTISAN BUTTERS HAND-PACKED INTO GLASS JARS (posted November 29, 2017)
  • Danzeisen Dairy takes its hand-crafted butters to retail.
  • Until recently, the Arizona dairy only sold its butters at its company store.
  • Now the butters are available in high-end supermarkets in the Tucson and Phoenix areas.
  • They come in 8-ounce glass jars in three varieties.
  • They are: Cinnamon Sugar, Rosemary Garlic and Sweet Cream.
  • The suggested retail price is $5.99.
  • For more information, link HERE.

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