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by Jojo Frey July 08, 2014

You can’t go wrong with butter in Switzerland. The other day I decided to head out to sample the best butter I could find in the city. Of course, my first stop was Jelmoli…

After finding a great selection of butter at Jelmoli, I headed over to Globus down the street, in search of something more unique. Though the department store is under renovation, Globus is running a pop-up market throughout the summer. Located just out front of the store, the market offers fresh produce and gourmet products.

To my delight, I found two delicious, unique butters – a buffalo butter from Italy and a local Swiss truffle butter. Fattorie Garofalo, the Italian buffalo milk specialists, makes the butter with the unused cream from the production of mozzarella di bufala.

 

Jojo Frey
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