These days, there's plenty of butters, margarines and spreads to go around, dairy managers are observing. The popularity of crusty, artisan breads, the public's disenchantment with low-fat dietary regimes, and shoppers' desire to indulge themselves may all be contributing factors to retailers' awareness that "butter is back." What's more, the category spans a wide price and quality range, with something for every taste and preference, they said. Dannie Ray Sullins, manager of the dairy and ...

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