Grass Fed Organic Ghee
Fushi Grass Fed organic award winning Ghee or clarified butter is made with pure, artisan butter and cream produced fresh daily from free range grass fed cows. Ayurvedic wisdom has hailed ghee as the ultimate cooking oil. Ghee is rich in fat-soluble vitamins A, D and K2 and supports healing for the gut.
Fushi Grass fed organic award winning Ghee is traditionally churned and made with pure, artisan butter and cream produced fresh daily from free range grass fed cows. Produced only in small batches the Ghee is cooked slowly for 6 – 8 hours to rid it of any impurities. This results in a pure golden ghee with a lovely fragrance and colour. There are no added flavourings, preservative or colourings.
Organic Ghee or clarified butter has been recognised for its immense healing benefits in Ayurveda as it contains a balance of easy to digest fatty acids essential for healthy nerves and cells. It is also rich with antioxidants and acts as an aid in the absorption of vitamins and minerals from other foods. Ghee has a high smoke point and therefore does not produce damaging free radicals. It can be used for cooking, baking and frying.
1 tablespoon a day in substitute of your cooking oil
Ghee is composed almost entirely of fat, it needs no refrigeration if kept in an air tight container and has a long shelf life compared to butter.
Free from: Flavourings, PreservativesColourings
Ingredients: 100% Organic clarified butter and cream.
Organic grass fed butter is derived from MILK.
We currently only ship to the United Kingdom and Channel Islands. If you are outside of this area, please contact our customer services for shipping costs to your region.
Last dates for Christmas Deliveries 2021
Standard Delivery - 19th of December
Express Delivery - 20th December
Orders placed after these dates may not arrive in time for Christmas.
Postage and Packing Costs
Postage and packing costs will be added to the cost of your order and will depend on the total cost of the items you order and, where delivery options are provided, the option you choose.
The postage and packaging charge you will pay will be displayed on screen before you confirm your order to us. Where multiple items are included in one order, we may dispatch the items separately, in which case, you will only be charged one postage and packing charge. If your order total drops below the £20 delivery threshold due to cancelled orders, you will be charged the standard delivery rate.
Express Delivery = Charge £9.95 (We aim to deliver the next working day for orders placed before 1pm. Orders made before Friday 1pm will be delivered on Monday. Orders placed after Friday 1pm, throughout the weekend and before Monday 1pm will be delivered Tuesday). This service is not available to Northern Ireland. Please note that during busy periods this service may not be Next Day.
Restricted Delivery = Charge £9.95 (Orders placed from Thursday 2pm throughout the weekend will be delivered by Tuesday). This rate is for products that cannot be sent via our usual standard delivery services such as products that require refrigeration.
Standard delivery is currently FREE for all orders over £25 (We aim to dispatch orders within 3 - 5 working days to the address provided by you in your order). Exclusions apply (refrigerated products need to be sent with Restricted Delivery)
For orders less than £25 there is a £3.95 Postage and Packing fee.
Click & Collect service is free and available as an option for customers within government guidelines.
Wheelchair delivery and other large items = charge £49.95. Delivered within 3 working days on orders placed before 1pm, Monday to Friday.
Purchasing in bulk/high unit volume
Please note that when purchasing high unit volumes of single lines (10+ units) that delivery promotions are null and void. This is as a result of high volume orders not being able to be dispatched via our normal third party fulfilment. As a result for any excessive bulk orders of single lines we will be in touch regarding your order to discuss further delivery costs that will be incurred.