Butter shortages noticed world wide 

Consumption of butter has declined significantly since the 1930’s It used to be a major component of the diet of Australians.

The world price of butter has increased significantly.

The shortages and increased prices have been noticed internationally.

Is there an international trend against hydrogenated fats that normally are substituted when prices go up?

This could change price setting protocols that have been in place for a long time.

Per Capita consumption was about 3.5 times current levels in the 1930’s and 1960’s.

More information on this later.

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