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Kerrygold from Germany?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created September 14, 2011 at 10:51 AM

I've just seen Kerrygold butter (unsalted) in my local shop here, in Hungary. After eliminating dairy for 60 days, I want to reintroduce it. But the label says, it was packaged in Germany.

Why? Is it common? And most importantly: is it problematic?

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not only helpful that's the answer :D very interesting btw

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at 01:03 PM

It might be, if it is produced there as well. People here like Kerrygold because they believe it is from grass-fed cows. That's probably mostly true since there is lots of verdant grass in Ireland. Not as much in Germany, however, so Kerrygold made there might not be as grass fed.

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on September 14, 2011
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35a8b223ae5d863f17a8c9e3a8eed5eb

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not only helpful that's the answer :D very interesting btw

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I can't imagine why German butter would be problematic. Here in the US, the Kerrygold I've seen is Irish, if I recall correctly.

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