So, just to prove that I read the comments (hi April!) I'm going to share some tips on grass fed butter in Australia.
To buy grass fed butter in an affordable way (without spending $7-8 per block on something that says "grass fed" on the label) is an exercise in risk management. The risks are that the cows could get fed grain:
So the trick is to find products that tick (or don't tick) the above boxes. In order of priority here are the products that I use regularly:
Note: For anyone looking for KerryGold Butter in Australia, it is not available. As listed above, we have plenty of local options available.
Here is a good resource that I started on the BP exec forums, this has a lot more info on this topic for you guys to check out!
Related link: Grass Fed Meat in Australia
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