By By Emily OstermanPosted November 01, 2016 04:23:10The grasslands of Texas are home to a lot more than butter.
A recent report from the Texas Association of Food Banks and the Grassland Food Bank of America identified a number of Texas-based companies that are offering grass-fed products, such as grass-finished butter, that are good for the environment.
And the companies in the study are all located in the same region of Texas, which is often a major source of local butter production.
The report also pointed out that grass-grown butter is a big seller for grass-related food brands like the brand Grassland and its namesake, Butterburger.
So the question becomes, how does a grass-based butter company get their butter on store shelves?
“We know that grass roots are where it’s at in the grasslands,” Grassland founder and CEO Jim Hickey said.
“The grass is the main component in it.
We know that it’s a great product.”
Butterburger has been a big player in the local butter business for a long time, with the brand’s product line featuring butter made from local grasses, he said.
The company has been around since the 1800s and is still made with grasses from local Texas grasses.
Hickey said the Butterburgers grass-ground butter is made in the small town of Lake Dallas, which sits in a prairie near Austin.
“It’s made from a lot less grass than what’s in Butterburges butter,” he said, adding that the company has a long history of sourcing grasses in Texas.
Hickys butterburger products are made using grasses like mesquite and heather.
Heather is used for the process of curing and de-firming the butter.
The products are sold by the bagel-shaped box with a nameplate on the side.
It also has a logo on the top, which reads Butterburge.
The company is also known for its “Chocolate Butter,” which is made from chocolate.
Its nameplate says Chocolate Butter, and it comes in a variety of flavors.
Hettie and his wife, Sarah, opened the Butter Burger Shop in December 2016 in the Houston area.
He said he’s had customers from all over the world since he opened the shop.
“I have a good feeling about the people that come in here because I don’t think I have any other customers,” he added.
He estimates that the business has helped make the Butterburgers business more profitable than ever before.
“You don’t have to be a dairy guy or a meat guy or just a butter guy to come here and taste Butterburgie,” Hickey added.