Who doesn’t love butter on toast and hot rotis? Well, in English, butter is milk fat. In India, it is also called Makan; in Kerala (Malayalam), it is called Venna.

 Essentially, this is obtained by churning out the cream of cow or buffalo milk. On churning in cold temperatures, the fat emulsifies into whole fat, which is light yellow—namely, butter. Then it is pasteurised and frozen in various packages. Our frozen butter is ready to be used at the table on bread or chapatis and can even be added to curries and stir-fries.



Nutritional Value Facts

 Here we have given the nutrition facts of 100 grams of Butter and in general, one should have just about 8–10 grams to keep health in control.

 Carbohydrates: 0 grams

Calcium: 208 milligrams

Calories: 722

Vitamin A: 650 mcg

Fat: 80 grams

Sodium: 836 milligrams

Protein: 0.5 grams

Cholesterol: 180 milligrams

 Health Benefits 

Real butter, not margarine, is really good for the human body. So, why is butter good for you? 

  • Vitamin A: The good fats in butter are great for the eyes and boost thyroid health, which maintains the hormone levels in the body.
  • Vitamin E: Butter contains oils that are good for skin and brain development, essentially for children. Its fat-soluble vitamins convert into energy and therefore prevent obesity.
  • Bone Health: Butter is a product of milk that contains calcium. This helps in building joint health and curing osteoporosis.
  • Lauric Acid: This essential acid, which is present in the milk fat solids, helps in treating any internal candida-related infections within the body.
  • Cell growth: It is particularly good for children, injured people, and cancer patients as it builds immunity and boosts cell growth, thereby blocking unwanted viruses.

Our fresh butter packages come in neat portions of 100, 500 grams packets that are pasteurized and frozen under the most hygienic temperatures.

 Texture & Taste

Real Butter texture and taste are different from margarine. It is velvety and will melt very quickly when in contact with heat. When frozen, it will be a solid block of light yellow fat, and once it melts, it will look a bit like clarified butter. Cow’ butter is slightly more yellow than buffalo butter due to the difference in its content and food intake.

 Recipe Ideas 

Butter is a universal breakfast star at every family table. Any cuisine will have some form of bread to slather with a dash of soft butter. You could put it on your artisan breads, bakery breads, fluffy rotis, croissants, and even kuboos. Add a drop to your coffee to make the famous Bullet Coffee or even add it to your butter chicken or butter paneer recipes.