Google launches Google Butter brand as Google searches for butter products soar
Google has launched its own brand of butter, as it seeks to fill the gap in the UK butter market.
The company said it was creating the Butter Butter Butter, a new brand for the UK, in a bid to compete with brands such as Aldi and Tesco.
Its Butter Butter brand will include products from leading brands such Aldi, Tesco, Lidl and Morrisons, as well as more niche brands such Asda and JCPenney.
In addition to its Butter Butter products, Google said it would also offer Butter Butter-brand products at “special introductory price points” that would be available only to members of the Butter Board.
“This will be in addition to existing deals with leading retailers such as Asda, Tescos, Lids and Morris, and the likes of Asda Fresh and Morris Water, to name a few,” it said.
“Our commitment to making Butter Butter as accessible as possible is one of our key strategic priorities.”
It said the Butter butter would also feature a range of premium brands that it said it had acquired from its customers in the past.
Google is looking to expand its butter offerings with the launch of Butter Butter’s own line of premium products in 2017, and to extend the Butter-branded line of products to include Butter Butter brands.
It said it hoped to expand the Butter brand to include products made by brands such Bournemouth-based Butter Butter and Butter Butter Ltd.
The Butter Butter line of butter products is made by the Butter board and features premium ingredients including cream and butter, along with organic and natural ingredients, such as sugar cane and palm kernel oils.
In the past, Google has used its Butter Board brand to promote its own products.
However, the move comes as the British government launches its own national butter initiative, aiming to promote butter consumption.
The new Butter Butter range will include premium brands such JCP-branded butter and butter products, as will Butter Butter Cream and Butter butter creams.
The UK government’s new national butter strategy will aim to encourage people to buy butter, butter and milk, and reduce the need for expensive, expensive butter products.
Its new Butter butter products will be available in a range in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the US Virgin Islands, Guam and Puerto Rico.
It is also set to launch a Butter Butter butter bar in the coming months, along the lines of the Starbucks Bar.