Butter makes everything better! One agreed that adding butter to our diet truly makes everything taste better. Our assortment of handcrafted flavored butters are created from our special recipes which include Spicy Salted Egg Yolk, Lemon Chilli, Orange Ginger, Spicy Miso, Classic Red, Spicy Laksa, Truffle, Foie Gras, Red Wine & Figs, Mustard and Classic White. These delectable flavor butters are the perfect base for our creation of pasta and pizza.
Butter is responsible for negligible amounts of our calories. Flavourful butter, unlike some other spreads, is made by a natural process. It has no more calories or fat than margarine or vegetable oils such as olive oil. Besides being irresistibly flavourful, butter has 8 other health benefits that would encourage you to make the switch and start devouring food cooked with butter!
Butter is an excellent source of Vitamins. One of the many beneficial vitamins we get from butter is Vitamin A, which has a wide range of function for our bodies. Vitamin A is needed to maintain good vision. It also keeps our endocrine system functioning well. Aside from Vitamin A, butter also has other fat-soluble vitamins such as Vitamin D, E and K.
A great source for minerals. Trace minerals are found in butter such as manganese, chromium, zinc, copper and selenium, which is incidentally, a powerful antioxidant. Butter contains more selenium per gram compared to herring or wheat germ. What’s more, butter is also a great source of iodine.
Contains healthy fatty acids. You can get your dose of short and medium-chain fatty acids from butter, which are great for supporting your immune system and boosting metabolism. It even has anti-microbial properties- excellent for fighting pathogenic microorganisms that live inside the intestinal tract.
Perfect balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fats. The arachidonic acid found in butter helps with brain function, skin health and prostaglandin balance.
Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA). This is a compound that can help provide protection against different types of cancer, and helps the body store muscle instead of fat.
Butter also has Glycospingolipids. These are fatty acids that have a specific function to protect the stomach from gastrotestinal infections.
An excellent source of good cholesterol. Cholesterol is needed for healthy cellular function. It also plays a part in brain and nervous system development.

Lastly, flavourful butter is delicious and yummy!