Some consumers claimed the taste and consistency of Canadian butter had changed, leaving butter producers to issue a statement saying there are "no changes to the way in which butter is produced in Canada." The specific properties of butter do change from year to year depending on cows' diet, experts explain, and it is related to palmitic acid content, but amounts of that long-chain fatty acid are not tied specifically to feeding palm oil to cows.
Canadian butter producers say methods are unchanged
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