On a recent trip to the store, I stumbled upon what I thought was an oxymoron.
That's right, it says "Real Margarine."
A quick Google search has enlightened me on the matter.
By FDA standards, margarine, a butter substitute, must contain 80% fat (in its various hydrogenated forms, of course). I guess the Nucoa brand hits the mark, whereas all those "Imitation Margarines" are merely buttery spreads.
Thanks, Nucoa, for keeping Margarine real and pure.