The French Butter Shortage
#BEURREGATE IS REAL
Headlines around the world have mentioned the unexpected butter shortage in France. French social media users have uploaded photos of barren butter shelves in grocery stores all over the country. As the holidays near, the lack of butter is becoming a real problem.
SO, WHAT ARE WE DOING ABOUT IT?
As proud members of the global butter-loving community, we're doing our part to help out our friends across the pond.
From now until December 10th, we're offering free international shipping (normally $80.00) to any churn sent to France.
- Order a butter churn from our shop
- Use discount code VIVELAFRANCE for free shipping ($80.00 savings!)
- Feel good about doing your part to spread the love this holiday season!
Have a friend or family member living abroad? Share this with loved ones who might be affected by #beurregate!
Details: Shipping address must be located in France to qualify for free shipping. Any customs and/or duties are the responsibility of the recipient and may be applied upon import. Supplies are limited.
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