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In the latest installment of Norway's completely bizarre butter shortage, a Russian man has been caught trying to sneak 90kg (almost 200lbs) of butter into the country without paying import duties, The Local reports.
It's thought that a rise in low carb diets have caused a shortage in the country, which has strict tariffs on the import of butter from other countries.
Given that reports suggest butter had been selling eBay for $13 per 250 grams, this illicit haul would have been worth $4680.
A Russian man living in Germany, for example, was caught at the border at Svinesund over the weekend as he tried to smuggle 90 kilos (198 pounds) of butter into Norway. Customs inspectors found the butter in his vehicle and claimed the goods hadn’t been declared.
“He said he was going to deliver it somewhere,” Wenche Fredriksen of the customs division for eastern Norway told newspaper VG. Customs confiscated all 90 kilos.
Of course the best is organic and certified farmer fresh butter, not pastuerized chemical soup butter.
Originally posted by Unity_99
Not just for brain, but for organs, liver, skin, teeth, and prevents cancer. Also in liver as well. The fatty soluable vitamins are essential for your health.