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    Is there a Kerrygold butter shortage?

    I shop in several local natural-centric and typical grocery stores, most of which carry Kerrygold butter, but I haven't seen any in weeks! Has anyone else noticed this? I am going to ask the store(s) next time I can't get any.
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    Plenty at Trader Joes, though they were out of salted over the holidays.

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    Yep I get mine from trader joes and havent had a problem, a can also get it at whole foods in a pinch but its cheeper at trader joes!

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    Our closest TJ's is about 36 miles; 65 miles for Whole Foods.
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    They still have plenty at my local mega-supermarket.
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    I thought that the KerryGold and other butters made with milk from pasture fed animals were a seasonal thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graycat View Post
    I thought that the KerryGold and other butters made with milk from pasture fed animals were a seasonal thing.
    I buy the products year-round, but cheese and butter have a long shelf life, so it might be seasonal at the source, but the way they distribute it lasts all year, I guess.
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    The Canadians have caught on and are making frantic cross-border shopping trips since we can't get it here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemontwisst View Post
    The Canadians have caught on and are making frantic cross-border shopping trips since we can't get it here...
    But we can get the cheese - there has been a shortage of Dubliner in my neighborhood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemontwisst View Post
    The Canadians have caught on and are making frantic cross-border shopping trips since we can't get it here...
    I knew it! Haha
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