Wüthrich Butter Wins First Place in American Cheese Society Competition


Chefs and butter-loving home cooks already know that Wüthrich 83 percent European Style Butter from Grassland offers superior flavor, performance, quality, and versatility in the kitchen. Now, the word is spreading: Wüthrich 83 percent European Style Butter has been awarded First Place in the Unsalted Butter Made From Cow’s Milk category at the 2013 American Cheese Society Judging and Competition. This years awards, held on August 2 in Madison, Wisconsin, mark the 30th Anniversary of the competition. The event was the largest competition in the history of the American Cheese Society, founded in 1983 to support American artisan and specialty cheeses. More than 1,794 different cheese and butter products from 257 companies competed for honors this year.

Wüthrich (pronounced we-trek) 83 percent European Style Butter provides unparalleled flavor and cooking performance. Its lower water content makes it an ideal ingredient because you can use nearly 25 percent less butter in recipes and achieve the same premium results. To discover its quality for yourself, try one of the chef-created recipes offered by Grassland. Ideas featuring Wüthrich 83 percent European Style Butter range from the luxurious Sugar Cookie Milk Shake and Milk Chocolate Truffles from Umami Moto restaurant in Milwaukee to savory Butter Chicken from Jasper’s Ristorante in Kansas City, Missouri.

Wüthrich 83 percent European Style Butter is one of the high-quality butter products from Grassland that collectively have been recognized with more than two dozen awards at state, national and world competitions. 

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