Canned Butter for Your Food Storage Goes a LONG Way

Canned butter

Canned butter

In previous posts we looked into types of food to store for an emergency situation where supermarkets close down and food stores run out of supplies.

This post reviews a product to be added to your survival food pantry, a product that is very possibly part of your day-to-day life and you don’t have to do without it just because you can not buy it fresh, canned butter.

This canned butter is imported from New Zealand has a delicious taste, and with an indefinite shelf life, no refrigeration is necessary. The list of ingredients is simply pasteurized cream and salt, no preservatives, food colorings or chemicals of any kind, just naturally made wholesome butter from down under.


  • This can contains 12 oz of butter – which works out to three traditional sticks of butter, and this package is for 1 can total.
  • Canning is a high-heat process that renders the food commercially sterile making it the perfect survival food.
  • The dairy division produces a range of packaged butter, dairy blend and margarine products.

“% Daily Value:
Total fat; 11g 17%
Saturated fat; 7g 34%
Cholesterol; 30mg 9%
Sodium; 100mg 4.2%
Total Carbohydrates; 0g 0%
Protein; 0g 0%
Vitamin A 8%”

Another thing to consider is stocking food for emergency preparedness is fat. In many difficult situations you could be under very strenuous activity and you may also only have powdered milk for growing children that need fat. Powdered milk will be missing that important fat. This canned butter is a great source of fat and you could even add a tablespoon to your powdered milk to give it that good fat content. With such a great shelf life and amazing tastes this canned butter is an extremely important part of emergency preparedness plan.

Original Source: Canned Butter for Your Food Storage


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