Kerrigold irish butter  £1 @ tesco 250g.
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Kerrigold irish butter £1 @ tesco 250g.

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Found 19th Mar 2016
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Holly bush Welsh butter 75p lidl
kerrygold is probably the finest butter on the planet! Fill your boots and ditch the rubbish man made flora, I can't believe it's or any fake margarine rubbish in favour of this for better health!!
mantamagic

kerrygold is probably the finest butter on the planet! Fill your boots … kerrygold is probably the finest butter on the planet! Fill your boots and ditch the rubbish man made flora, I can't believe it's or any fake margarine rubbish in favour of this for better health!!



Indeed. Grass fed butter... This seems to be the best butter that is widely available. Shame it isn't guaranteed organic. Great price though, I'll stock up!
Hippie nonsense, I Can't Believe It's Not Butter is far superior!
good find op, heat added
I've always thought butter is butter so I get whatever's cheapest. Can anyone suggest a pair of butters which have a quite different flavour for me to try? I'm talking about standard butter here, not garlic or any other intentionally flavoured butters.
I'll be serving now, any minute
Tesco's own British butter only 85p on the shelf below!
rhexenor

I've always thought butter is butter so I get whatever's cheapest. Can … I've always thought butter is butter so I get whatever's cheapest. Can anyone suggest a pair of butters which have a quite different flavour for me to try? I'm talking about standard butter here, not garlic or any other intentionally flavoured butters.


Waitrose own unsalted is to my taste great for a £1. Their salted is just ordinary.

Your just paying extra for a branded butter, I bet they are all made in the same factory anyway. Been buying the Lidl 75p butter and can't tell the difference between this and branded butter.
wooookie

Your just paying extra for a branded butter, I bet they are all made in … Your just paying extra for a branded butter, I bet they are all made in the same factory anyway. Been buying the Lidl 75p butter and can't tell the difference between this and branded butter.



Not true. Try it and see for yourself.


bobbyarbogast

Hippie nonsense, I Can't Believe It's Not Butter is far superior!



Do you honestly prefer the flavour or do you believe it to be healthier?
butters a lovely luxury in life
dont have to skimp at this price
marge is just wrong imho
cheers op
Anchor same price at Tesco too
thermomonkey

Not true. Try it and see for yourself.



Totally true - and as just one example Aldi Greenvale salted butter has the FP046 code showing that it's from the Gower View Foods creamery in Wales. You'll find the same code appears on Country Life butter, indicating that it's also from there. And since all salted butter is made of exactly the same ingredients, milk and salt, with the salt content varying slightly between brands, and the % being the same in Aldi and Country Life, Aldi butter (75p) = Country Life butter (£1 -£1.64).

Why waste money buying exactly the same thing at a higher price with just a different label to show for it?
laineyhen

butters a lovely luxury in lifedont have to skimp at this pricemarge is … butters a lovely luxury in lifedont have to skimp at this pricemarge is just wrong imho cheers op



Poem started off good.
Newbold

Totally true - and as just one example Aldi Greenvale salted butter has … Totally true - and as just one example Aldi Greenvale salted butter has the FP046 code showing that it's from the Gower View Foods creamery in Wales. You'll find the same code appears on Country Life butter, indicating that it's also from there. And since all salted butter is made of exactly the same ingredients, milk and salt, with the salt content varying slightly between brands, and the % being the same in Aldi and Country Life, Aldi butter (75p) = Country Life butter (£1 -£1.64).Why waste money buying exactly the same thing at a higher price with just a different label to show for it?



Kerrygold is from cows in Ireland that are grass fed. I would be willing to bet that the butter you quote is from cows that are supplemented with food other than grass. Even organic milk/butter is only a minimum of 60% grass fed. Just Google the benefits of grass fed animal meat/milk.

I take your point though, and if you find some own brand stuff that is made by kerrygold (or milk from the same cows) and labelled differently, please let me know and I will happily buy it.
thermomonkey

Kerrygold is from cows in Ireland that are grass fed. I would be willing … Kerrygold is from cows in Ireland that are grass fed. I would be willing to bet that the butter you quote is from cows that are supplemented with food other than grass. Even organic milk/butter is only a minimum of 60% grass fed. Just Google the benefits of grass fed animal meat/milk. I take your point though, and if you find some own brand stuff that is made by kerrygold (or milk from the same cows) and labelled differently, please let me know and I will happily buy it.


Well, kerrygolds website says that their cows diet is 85% grass based, including silage. So grain etc is involved somewhere.
P's. They are very wary of saying what the supplementary feed consists of.
kerrygold.co.uk/hom…ry/
Edited by: "compadre" 20th Mar 2016
compadre

Well, kerrygolds website says that their cows diet is 85% grass based, … Well, kerrygolds website says that their cows diet is 85% grass based, including silage. So grain etc is involved somewhere.P's. They are very wary of saying what the supplementary feed consists of.http://www.kerrygold.co.uk/home/our-story/



Hmm that's new info on that web site... That's not so good. Still better than any other widely available butter that I know of.
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