Did you know that one of the world’s most expensive butters is made in New Zealand?
Lewis Road Creamery grass-fed butter, sold in the US and Australia, is made from New Zealand milk that meets a stringent ‘10 Star Premium Standard’ that covers grass-fed, free-range, animal welfare, human welfare, environmental sustainability, and climate change mitigation.
The grass-fed butter journey starts at Southern Pastures dairy farms in Canterbury.
Southern Pastures executive chairman Prem Maan says the 10 Star farming system is designed to deliver healthy products that attract a premium price among consumers.
“We set out to create the best butter in the world and we have – in terms of its nutritional analysis. So, when we turned to the export markets, we led with butter exports under the Lewis Road Creamery brand into the US….that has gone very well and butter is now available throughout Australia as well,” he told Dairy News.
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