Around the Web: Butter Consumption reaches 40 year high

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Image courtesy of Supertrooper / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Three cheers for butter!  I heard this story this morning on NPR.  It seems the average American now eats 5.6 pounds of butter a year.  Of course, that’s quite a lot less than the 1930’s version of us that ate 18 lbs, but it’s a start!  The story itself is well worth a listen as well as a read, David Greene was clearly a bit put off by the thought of people eating that much butter.  I find the story refreshing.  After all, butter is perfectly healthy for you, delicious, and natural.

http://www.npr.org/2014/01/08/260648127/the-last-word-in-business

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