Butter salt

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Butter salt

Butter salt is a substance developed in the late twentieth century for the purpose of combining the flavours found in salt and butter. It is a fine, golden powder, originally salt, enriched with butter flavouring. It is often used as a seasoning for popcorn. It is said to impart a "rich, buttery flavour".[1]

The contents are usually salt, artificial butter flavour, and yellow food colouring.[2]

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