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P.E.I.-based Cows Creamery Butter wins first prize at Royal Winter Agricultural Fair

The Cows Creamery building in Charlottetown.
The Cows Creamery building in Charlottetown. - Contributed

Cows Creamery has announced that its butter has been awarded first prize at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto. 

“It is an honour to have received first prize for our butter,” says Cows Creamery wholesale manager, Andrea White.  

“Our butter is made with 84 per cent butterfat, which is four per cent higher than industry standards.  It is churned slowly, in small batches to create a silky, creamy flavour.”

Cows Creamery butter is made with milk from dairy farms across Prince Edward Island.  

“Prince Edward Island milk is a very important ingredient in all our dairy products,” says White. “We know that P.E.I. milk is always very high quality and we feel it gives us an edge over our competition.”

Cows Creamery produces three types of butters – sea salted, unsalted and cultured and is based in Charlottetown. Known for its ice cream, Cows Creamery started producing butter 10 years ago and has received much recognition since that time.

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair takes place each year at Exhibition Place in Toronto and welcomes more than 300,000 guests. The fair is the world’s largest combined indoor agricultural and equestrian show and showcases Canada’s leaders in agricultural, food and equine excellence.

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