8 Countries that Produce the Most Butter in the World

Butter is a dairy product that is eaten worldwide and also used as condiment for cooking. It is made of water, milk, and butterfat. Further processing of butter can produce clarified butter or ghee (butterfat). Modern butter production is done in five steps. Namely, the cream is first separated from the milk, and undergoes pasteurization, churning into butter, shaping of the butter, and packaging. Shipping is done in refrigerated containers or vans. Boxes should be secured for slippage. Temperature during travel must be observed. Insidermonkey experts made a list of 8 countries that produce the most butter in the world.

Dairy products are derived from the milk of cows, goats, sheep, yaks, camels, horses, and water buffaloes. A dairy factory or farm processes the milk into a variety of products. Due to its fat content, milk is often used to create a variety of culinary fats, with the most well known of these including butter, sour cream, and whipping cream. New Zealand and the Netherlands each exported more than $1 Billion$ worth of dairy fat products in 2015. Dairy products vary from country to dairy. Some good examples of these products are butter, ghee, gourmet ice cream, spray-dried milk proteins, and dairy fat spreads. You maybe also want to read our ranking of 10 countries that produce the most blueberries in the world.

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