Unilever launches a Flora butter blend
Unilever has launched a new range that blends its Flora margarine with butter.
The range includes a salted version and a salt-reduced option. Both products are made by combining butter and sunflower seed oil.
Unilever says its two new spreads a have 40 per cent less saturated fat than regular butter.
Flora has been sold by Unilever since 1964. At the time margarine was considered a butter substitute. In those days, consumers and medical specialists were concerned about the level of saturated fats in butter.
Flora with Butter is available now from supermarkets across Australia.
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