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Costco Members: 4-Pack 8-Oz Kerrygold Pure Irish Butter (Salted or Unsalted) EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale [store locator] has for its Members: 4-Pack 8-Oz Kerrygold Pure Irish Butter (Salted or Unsalted) on sale for $12.99 - $4 Instant Savings = $8.99. Valid in-store only.

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Note, an active Costco Wholesale Membership is required to shop in warehouse and to purchase this item at the sale price. Pricing and availability may vary by location.

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Costco has Kerrygold Pure Irish Butter Salted / Unsalted, 4 x 8 oz - $8.99 ($4 off) In-Store
Limit 3 per transaction

April2-April 11

Item: 1172471, 1207907

* Selection and price varies by location

https://www.costco.com/

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As someone who grew up in the Irish countryside I can attest that factory farming of cattle isn't really a thing there. Cows eat grass most of the year because it's the most cost effective way to feed them. They also get supplemental "nuts".
"grass finished" refers to animals that had a final stage of being fattened up before slaughter. That doesn't apply to cows providing milk for dairy consumption!
If you wait in the comically long line of people returning things, you can get your $4 back on adjustment!

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Ugh, bought it today and paid $12.99. Will be back tomorrow to get 3 more.
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Ugh, bought it today and paid $12.99. Will be back tomorrow to get 3 more.
If you wait in the comically long line of people returning things, you can get your $4 back on adjustment!
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What is the difference between Irish butter and the normal kirkland butter?
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What is the difference between Irish butter and the normal kirkland butter?
https://www.thelist.com/254878/th...ar-butter/

Here's a link talking about the difference, but really it's worth it to do a side by side comparison of flavor. Give it a try, and at this price you're only out ~1 dollar compared to buying two pounds of butter at a traditional grocery price of $4/lb.
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What is the difference between Irish butter and the normal kirkland butter?
Similar to difference between Mercedes C class and S class within sedan categories.
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Quote from OnTheHunt_SC :
Similar to difference between Mercedes C class and S class within sedan categories.
Well said
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I don't want to be that person but it didn't impress me. I tasted it by itself and in some recipes. To each their own.
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What is the difference between Irish butter and the normal kirkland butter?
Irish butter comes in a shiny gold box.
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FYI - This isn't grass finished. Not sure if it is any healthier than say... landOlakes
But on the packaging, they write 'milk from Irish grass-fed cows' and 'Irish grass-fed cows'.
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Every cow ever is grass fed but not necessarily grass finished. Must look for "grass finished"
Oh, okay. Thanks!
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