Vermont Creamery is known for consciously-crafted delicious dairy. The company’s line of fresh and aged goat cheeses, cultured butter, and crème fraîche have won hundreds of national and international awards. So, it’s met with great excitement when Vermont Creamery announces it will head to market with its new cultured butter, now available in grocery stores nationwide.
“In the twenty years since we made our first batch, we’ve earned a reputation amongst chefs and retailers for the highest quality cultured butter,” said President Adeline Druart. “Today, we get to make good on our promise to bring deliciously cultured butter nationwide—right in the dairy case, where home cooks across the country can discover the difference culture can make.”
According to the press release, the high-quality cream comes from Websterville, Vermont, family farms. The new 82 percent butterfat cultured butter is made by carefully adding live bacterial cultures to fresh Vermont Cream. Wonderful notes of buttermilk and hazelnuts develop after it's fermented overnight, thickening to a rich, creamy texture.
Vermont Creamery’s new Cultured Butter is now on shelves for $3.99 SRP and available in half-pound or two-stick packs in Sea Salt and Unsalted varieties. Living to its consciously-crafted motto, the butter is packaged in 100 percent recycled cartons.
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