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Butter Wrapping name

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I was in the US last month, when I was in a certain hotel, I saw a nice butter wrapping, not the typical. I cant take it off my mind, I would like to bring it to my country. It will be a sucess, Im sure about it. My problem is that I dont know the "name" of those wrappings, I dont know if its a Darigold exclusive product, or there are machines for sale to do that.

Please someone help me to get more info about this
Edited by peladiscui - 2/17/16 at 5:30am
post #2 of 12

It's a butter available at many supermarkets throughout the United States.  Try googling it.  8)  (EDIT)



  https://www.google.com/search?q=darigold+butter&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

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post #3 of 12
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Originally Posted by kokopuffs View Post

It's a butter available at many supermarkets throughout the United States.  Try googling it.  8)  (EDIT)




  https://www.google.com/search?q=darigold+butter&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8


Thanks kokopuffs, but Im interested on the paper/cardboars wrapping, not on the Darigold's butter itself.
Do you know more about it? A machine to produce those wraps?

Greetings
post #4 of 12
http://www.driftwooddairy.com/pdf/butter_reddies.pdf

That is an old fashioned packaging of single serve butter pats. I like them for ease of use but don't like the exposure the butter gets. The foil packaged pats is more sanitary... But a pain in the neck to fiddle with while dining.

I'm not sure if this packaging is proprietary to Darigold or not, but you may be able to race some knowledge from the contents in this link.

Or this may be more helpful to your request

http://www.sanfordredmond.com/packaging/REDDIES.html
post #5 of 12
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@BrianShaw thank you very much! This is what I was looking for, your information was very useful, I appreciate it so much.
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Originally Posted by peladiscui View Post

@BrianShaw thank you very much! This is what I was looking for, your information was very useful, I appreciate it so much.


What exactly is it that you're looking for in terms of butter or its packaging?

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post #7 of 12

http://www.driftwooddairy.com/pdf/butter_reddies.pdf     Take a look here. They call them butter pats or Butter Reddies.....

 

 

 

 
post #8 of 12

Some third world country is about to come into the 21st century with butter pats...........who'da thunk?:lol:

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Some third world country is about to come into the 21st century with butter pats...........who'da thunk?:lol:

I remember back in the 70's in college we would peel the paper off the butter and hurl them at the ceiling, where they would stick.

The ceiling in the cafeteria would have literally hundreds of pats of butter stuck to it. The janitors were not amused however.....:lol:

post #10 of 12
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Some third world country is about to come into the 21st century with butter pats...........who'da thunk?:lol:

Gotta admit the if the butter delivery system for guests is the most "Urgent" thing on their list, I'd like to work for them.

post #11 of 12

I thought it funny that the butter pat made the biggest impression. I would have though sliced bread would have ranked up there pretty high......

post #12 of 12

Hardly urgent...

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