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My family has used this butter for a very long time. We buy it often in large quantities.

It is high quality and is great for any recipe. An average stick of butter should be 4 ounces, so four sticks should equal 16 ounces (one pound). The packaging for a four stick box is labeled as 16 ounces (one pound). I was measuring ingredients for a recipe and decided to double check the butter.

The four sticks from the box only weighed 14 ounces.

This can make all the difference when baking and I had to add an additional half stick to get the 16 ounces that the recipe called for. In conclusion, the weight of the individual sticks is not accurate.

Reason of review: Not as described.

Monetary Loss: $12.

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.

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What reply have you received from the company ? Did you remind them that the well known "baker's dozen" of 13 was once a CYA legal safeguard to avoid the harsh punishment for underselling by weight or quantity ?

Are you 100% sure the package states 16 ounces 454 grams NET weight ? A lot of products have been shrunken lately...

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