About this item
- Soft food spread with a country-fresh taste
- Country Crock original contains less fat and calories than butter
- No cholesterol, gluten-free and kosher
- 5 lb. tub
Shedd's Spread Country Crock® (5 lbs.) offers a quick and easy way to cook or bake with a flavorful, buttery spread.
What's in Shedd's Spread Country Crock?
Shedd's Spread Country Crock is a delicious food spread that provides you with a country-fresh butter taste every time you use it. Whether you're using it to bake a cake, cook eggs or simply applying some onto a piece of toast, you can always expect to get the same appetizing flavor.
Is Shedd's Spread Country Crock Healthy?
While it contains a spectacular taste, Shedd's Spread Country Crock can also be a healthier option than some alternatives. It is made to have less fat and calories than traditional butter, so you can enjoy Shedd's spread with a guilt-free conscience. And since it's gluten-free, kosher and has no cholesterol, it can be an excellent option for a variety of health-conscious households.
Who Makes Shedd's Spread Country Crock?
Upfield is the company that has produced and sold Shedd's Spread Country Crock to the masses for many years. However, they're also responsible for owning many other iconic brands that people have loved for generations. As of today, they believe their purpose is to make humanity healthier and happier by providing them with one tasty plant-based product at a time.
More Than Enough
This tub contains an enormous five-pound tub of Shedd's Spread Country Crock, which can last a long time. It comes wrapped in hard plastic that can provide the protection that the soft butter needs to retain its soft, creamy deliciousness. The lid is easy to remove, so you can always get a spoonful of your favorite spread.
One of the best things about Shedd's Spread Country Crock is its versatility. Sure, you can use it to cook eggs, but you can also get creative. Many enjoy applying this creamy food spread onto corn on the cob, vegetables and even on cookie dough before placing it in the oven. The point is that the possibilities are truly endless.