Rich & Creamy Melt Organic 2.0 Soy-Free Butter

I don’t use butter in my house very often. I grew up on margarine and I will never buy that for my family! Sometimes I buy organic butter for baking and sweet treats, but most of the time I use an organic non-dairy “butter”. When I saw that Melt Organic was another option, I jumped at the chance to try it.

Each serving of Melt Organic delivers a perfect combination of healthful saturated, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats for optimal nutrient content and absorption, thyroid function, digestive health and heart health. You can bake and melt just like butter, but with half the saturated fat and fewer calories. Melt Organic comes in three different flavors: Rich & Creamy {Original}, Honey, and Chocolate. Each variety is certified organic, kosher and non-GMO (Non-GMO Project Verified), and made with Fair Trade Fair For Life certified organic virgin coconut oil and Rainforest Alliance certified organic palm fruit oil. Melt Organic spreads are lactose free or dairy free, soy free, trans-fat free, and gluten free.


I was sent their Sampling Kit which included a cutting board, spreader, and Melt Organic coupons. My local Whole Foods only had the Rich & Creamy version available, so that is the one I got. First of all, I really like the packaging!

Here are the ingredients for the Rich & Creamy: Expeller-pressed organic oil blend (virgin coconut oil*, palm fruit oil, canola oil, high-oleic sunflower oil, flaxseed oil), water,  sea salt, organic ghee (clarified butter), natural flavor, tocopherols, sunflower lecithin, organic annatto. CONTAINS MILK. *Fair for Life Fair Trade certified ingredient at least 20% fair trade content.

The Rich & Creamy version does contain some milk, while the honey and chocolate ones are dairy free. All their butters are soy free and made with a blend of healthy oils. I tried the butter on bread and it tasted yummy. The butter spread easily and melted on my toast. I will be using this for baking and whenever I need butter. It tastes similar to another buttery spread I have used, but that one contains soy. I am not opposed to organic soy, but I do try to limit it. I will buying Melt Organic from now on.

You can buy Melt Organic on their website or you can search for local stores in your area.

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