The world’s problems are as different as they are many.  Some countries suffer from hunger, some suffer from thirst, some from economic problems and others from political problems.  Norway, however, suffers from the infamous butter-crisis.  A hugely popular low-carb diet has spread amongst the population of Norway, a diet that demands people to eat more fat.  Thus, during this autumn, sales of butter have been dramatically increasing and now Norwegians are left butter-less.  Completely.  There is zero butter left in the shops.  Huge demand has lead Norwegians who are fortunate enough to have some spare butter to sell it on auction sites for up to 3000 Norwegian kroner a piece.