Questions and Answers
Q:What is the fat content?
A:The fat content is 82% minimum.
Q:Is this butter produced from A2 or A1 cream?
A:Milk from Isigny is mostly A2 beta casein type.
Q:Can these butters be frozen without damaging the taste or quality?
A:Yes, the Beurre d'Isingy butter can be frozen. Ideally the butter should be kept in its original packaging and placed in freezer safe bags, to make sure that the texture will not get damaged. The butter should then be kept frozen and, once ready to use it, thawed out in the refrigerator.
Q:Is the butter grassfed?
A:The Isigny butter comes from cows that graze on open pastures from April to November, while in the rest of the time they are fed on forage crops that will have been grown on the same area.
Q:Is it pasteurized
A:Yes, this butter is made with pasteurized milk.
Q:What does “extra-fin” mean?
A:Extra-fin is a French classification which means extra fine.
Q:Can you provide me with the nutritional data for this product?
A:These are the nutritonal values per 100 g: 743 Calories, 82g Fats of which 59g of Saturated Fats, 0.5g Carbohydrates of which 0.5g of Sugars, 0.7g Protein, 0.08g Salt.