NEW ZEALAND BUTTER WRAPPER – A MUSEUM PIECE OF TASTEFUL ART FOR USA’S BUTTER OBSESSED CONSUMER MARKETS
Because American butter is crap
True fact: New Zealand butter is 200% better quality than much of the USA’s butter. Ironically though, in oily pancakes obsessed USA, most Americans love butter more so than most New Zealanders do. Thus, Americans are deprived of having their butter cravings satisfied with quality NZ butter products. It’s a deception that, most Americans don’t know how good New Zealand butter is.
How can we change that to make the USA happier?
With NZ dairy giant, Fonterra rather miraculously gaining a green light to develop dary hubs in China recently – looking at an integrated model of hub creation – producing 1 billion litres of milk within China each year, you can’t help but think, why doesn’t the same thing happen in the USA – for better butter production?
It would be a shame if China gets quality New Zealand standard butter produced in China for the Chinese consumer, even before … America gets to buy it? What is the world coming too, right?! So, perhaps New Zealand can collaborate with USA’s dairy farmers and… teach America what good butter looks like – as we have been given the green light to do within China.
This idea is perhaps something to put in the hat of things to get done that are renewable good things, for Americans to have more happiness.
You know, if you melt butter… it becomes like an oil, in texture! It’s golden too. New Zealand advertising agencies could also collaborate with Hollywood studios and make really cool 3D cows, TV commercials to market the butter on US TV. It would be a win-win combo where people could clearly taste the difference, offering the liberty of consumer choice for the pancake loving and cupcake making, hot corn on the cob, American palate.
What do you think of this idea?
[Artwork photograph: A museum piece - Wrapper, butter; Fernleaf (New Zealand Dairy Foods Ltd); from Owaka Museum : Wahi Kahuika the Meeting Place – a rest on your journey. NZ Museums website]
Key facts about artwork: Place Made:Oceania, New Zealand; Medium and Materials: processed material, paper; Inscription and Marks: Printed on wrapper: ‘EXPORT QUALITY / FERNLEAF / Butter / CELEBRATING 150 years / of / NEW ZEALAND BUTTER EXPORTS; Measurements: l 250mm x w 190mm; Subject and Association Keywords: animal culture, cattle, dairy processing. dairy products; Credit Line: From the collection of Owaka Museum Wahi Kahuika The Meeting Place “a rest on your journey”; Object Type: Packaging: Object number: 2010.892.
This was a post for my Chicago people – but California can own the NZ butter imports idea too, if you like. Peace!
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