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Challenge Butter Launches Line Of Snack Spreads

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Dublin, California-based Challenge Butter, a U.S. farmer-owned butter brand, has launched Challenge Butter Snack Spreads. 

As people are seeking easier ways to add fast flavor to meals and snacks with fresh ingredients, Challenge Butter stated that it designed these snack spreads for topping, dipping, spreading, slathering and sauteing.

Made with real butter and no artificial flavors, the snack spreads are available in three dessert and three seasoned varieties: Vanilla Fudge Dessert Snack Spread, Chocolate Dessert Snack Spread, Salted Caramel Dessert Snack Spread, Buffalo Seasoned Snack Spread, Everything Seasoned Snack Spread and Garlic Parmesan and Herb Seasoned Snack Spread.

“The Challenge Snack Spread line adds a new, flavorful twist to our beloved, freshly churned butter, making it possible for anyone to enhance their favorite snacks and meals quickly and easily,” said Michael Burdeny, president of Challenge Dairy Products Inc. “Even after 110 years, Challenge continues to push itself to bring fresh innovation to the category, responding to consumers’ growing interest in snacks and seeking ways to further enhance those eating occasions.”

Challenge Butter Snack Spreads are packaged in 6.5-ounce tubs, SRP of $3.99, and just hit shelves at Meijer, Spartan Nash, Harris Teeter, SaveMart, Lucky’s, Lowe’s Foods and Albertsons and its subsidiaries including Safeway, Jewel-Osco and Vons, with additional retail availability to follow this summer.

Challenge Butter is churned fresh daily from pure sweet cream as it has been for more than 110 years. Challenge Dairy Products’ portfolio of retail products include traditional butter, spreadable butters, European-style butters, cream cheese and its new line of sweet and savory snack spreads.

For additional information, recipes, cooking tips and retailers, visit challengebutter.com.

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