The Germans eat more than twice as much butter per head as the Irish, seeing it as a healthy and natural product. The number one brand here is Kerrygold, selling over two million packs per week.
Neven visits the factory, situated in Kerrygold Strasse, near Dusseldorf, to meet John Jordan, Kerrygold's Director of Marketing.
Germany is Ireland's second most important export market for food and drink in continental Europe, with dairy produce accounting for a third of the exports.
On the menu in today's programme are a goat's cheese paté with apricot relish, roast chicken with lemon, garlic and thyme and a blueberry tart.