24 pound cream butter stock

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Hinata Sama

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Hi, friends.
I was watch the Office, season 3, episode 20.

Dunder Mifflin, a paper company, is having a crisis, as their regional manager Micheal Scott states below:

"We have a crisis. Apparently, a disgruntled employee at the paper mill decided that it would be funny to put an obscene watermark on our 24 pound cream butter stock. Five hundred boxes has gone out, with the image of a beloved cartoon duck, performing... unspeakable acts upon a certain cartoon mouse that a lot of people like."

What does 'cream butter' mean here? I search around online but can't seem to find information I need.
What does 'cream butter' have to do with paper? I really can't figure it out.
Please help, thanks.
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