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A CABOT CREAMERY product
Brought to you by Cabot Creamery Cooperative
GTIN-13: 00078354632673

Salted Butter

Talk about grade point average! Our Salted Butter took first place at the 2003 U.S. Cheese Championships, with a score of 99.75 out of 100. Like its unsalted counterpart, this rich, bursting-with-flavor butter is made from pure, natural, sweet cream--with just a pinch of salt. Pick up an 8-ounce box, conveniently packaged for spreading or cooking!

Product Options 8 OZ 1 LB
Product FAQ
- Are Cabot products made with pasteurized milk?
Yes.  All of Cabot's products are made from pasteurized milk. Pasteurization destroys undesirable pathogenic microorganisms, such as E. coli or Listeria.  We choose to be overly cautious in this area to ensure our dairy products are free of pathogens.
- How long does a dairy cow provide milk?
Cattle are two years old before they are able to become pregnant and enter the milking herd. They will remain in the milking herd as long as they are able to provide enough milk to cover costs, typically between six and nine years.
- What does Cabot do to ensure the proper treatment of its farmers herds?
Cabot and our parent cooperative, Agri-Mark, go to great lengths to ensure the safety, health, and happiness of our cattle. Fourteen of the fifteen members on our Board of Directors are active dairy farmers. Our farmers all rely on each other to provide high quality, safe milk that is in turn converted to various world class cheeses and other dairy products, and they know you can only achieve top notch results if your cattle are healthy and happy. What exactly do we do?

We are enrolled in program called FARM, Farmers Assuring Responsible Management, whose goal is to demonstrate and verify that milk producers are committed to the highest standards in animal care. As part of this program our twenty field representatives, who visit our farms every day, are trained to ensure that there is no mistreatment of any animals on our farms.

- Do your cows have access to pasture?
Our cows are raised in different ways. We are a cooperative of more than 1,200 family farms where each farm is independently managed. Each farm is different in terms of herd size, landscape, soil makeup, etc so practices differs among farms. We know that the majority of the 1,200 farm families pasture their herd during the late spring and summer months when weather allows. Others allow their cows to go out and get fresh air but do not pasture them. When the cows are not out to pasture they are in free-stall barns that provide plenty of space for eating and exercising. Bedding is changed frequently every day.
- What Do Cows Eat?
The main source of sustenance for the cows in our cooperative is corn silage, grass silage, pasture and dried hay (all of these are usually grown on the farm or locally) or a combination of these types of feed. Many of our farmer-owners work with dairy nutrition experts and will supplement the feed with high energy pellet grain or other commodities if needed to balance the cow’s diet properly. The goal is to give the cows plenty of nutritious food so that they stay healthy and provide good quality milk.
- Can butter be stored at room temperature?
While butter can be kept at room temperature, the American Butter Institute recommends always storing butter in the refrigerator at or below 40°F, or in the freezer, to ensure maximum quality and guard against spoiling.
- Do Cabot products contain gluten?
All of Cabot's products are gluten-free. Any and all ingredients, anti-caking agents, etc. are researched and verified to be gluten-free. For more information, click here
- Do Cabot products contain antibiotics?
No antibiotics are in any Cabot products. Tests for antibiotics are conducted on all milk before it enters our plants according to all federal and state laws and regulations.  There are serious penalties and consequences for our farmers if they were to ship milk from an animal on antibiotics.  Testing throughout the milk handling process ensures that no mistakes can be made.
- Do Cabot Products contain GMOs?
Cabot products have been tested and do not contain GMO’s.

We are a cooperative of more than 1200 small family farms from all six New England states and New York State, and each farm is different in acreage, the type of land they have and the crops they are able to grow.

The main source of sustenance for the cows in our cooperative is corn silage, grass silage, pasture and dried hay (all of these are usually grown on the farm or locally) or a combination of these types of feed. Many of our farmer-owners work with dairy nutrition experts and will supplement the feed with high energy pellet grain or other commodities if needed to balance the cow’s diet properly. The goal is to give the cows plenty of nutritious food so that they stay healthy and provide good quality milk. With 80% of corn production in the U.S. being of the GMO variety, the non GMO variety is hard to obtain and is usually limited to organic farms. For this reason our farmer-owners have not banned their own use of GMOs. 

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Gluten Free
Taste Award
B-Corporation
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 Tbsp (14 grams)
Servings Per Container Varies
Amount Per Serving 
 
Calories 100 
 Calories from Fat 100
 
% Daily Value
Total Fat 11g
 17%
Saturated Fat 7g
 36%
Trans Fat 0g
 
Cholesterol 30mg
 10%
Sodium 90mg
 4%
Total Carbohydrate 0g
 0%
Dietary Fiber 0g
 
Sugars 0g
 
Protein 0g
 
Vitamin A 8%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 0%
Iron 0%

Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Ingredients
Cream (Milk), salt.