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Lurpak Unsalted Original Lactic Butter 100g x Pack of 4
Lurpak Unsalted Original Lactic Butter 100g x Pack of 4
Lurpak Unsalted Original Lactic Butter 100g x Pack of 4
Lurpak Unsalted Original Lactic Butter 100g x Pack of 4
Lurpak Unsalted Original Lactic Butter 100g x Pack of 4
Lurpak Unsalted Original Lactic Butter 100g x Pack of 4
Lurpak Unsalted Original Lactic Butter 100g x Pack of 4Lurpak Unsalted Original Lactic Butter 100g x Pack of 4Lurpak Unsalted Original Lactic Butter 100g x Pack of 4
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Lurpak Unsalted Original Lactic Butter 100g x Pack of 4

Pack size : 100g x Pack of 4

KWD 1.170KWD 1.530(Inc. VAT) 23% OFF

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United Arab Emirates
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These butter can be used to baste pan seared steak or grill sandwiches to take your lunch or dinner up a notch.
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DESCRIPTION

The Lurpak Unsalted Original Lactic Butter has the perfect blend of creamy, salty, and savory. These butter can be used to baste pan seared steak or grill sandwiches to take your lunch or dinner up a notch.

Nutrition facts

Per100PortionType
Average Nutritional Value As Per 100g
Per100Energyinkcal
749kcal
Per100EnergyinkJ
3133.8kJ
Per100Protein
1g
Per100Carbohydrates
0g
Per100Sugar
0g
Per100Fat
82g
Per100Fibre
0g
Per100Sodium
0mg
Form
Solid
Category
Food
Flavour
Butter

*Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calaries needs

INFORMATION

Ingredients

Cream Made From Pasteurised Cow's Milk  Fat Min. 82%. Moisture Max. 16%. Milk Solids Non Fat Max. 2%

Storage Condition

Keep Frozen.

Brand Message

Lurpak is a Danish brand of butter owned by Arla Foods. It is sold in seventy five countries worldwide, and is best known for its distinctive silver packaging. Lurpak started in 1901, as a combination of several Danish dairy farmers to create a common brand for butter to increase sales.