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Milk, Flavored Milk and Creamer
The new shelf-stable flavored Organic Milk comes in Chocolate and Strawberry flavors, with one serving containing 130 or 140 calories and 20 or 22 grams of sugar, respectively, along with 2.5 grams of fat and 8 grams of protein.
The milk comes in a single-serve 8-ounce plastic bottle along with one of more than 100 character-shaped squeezable, spill-free, re-closable tops.
Initial distribution has started in select grocery and convenience stores, including Hannaford Supermarkets, Casey’s General Stores, Stripes Stores and Circle K Texas.
While good2grow has long been at the forefront of the better-for-you kids beverage space, this new product marks the brand’s first foray into the dairy space and the first ready-to-go milk designed specifically for kids ages two to five.
“We know that parents are more selective than ever when it comes to their kids’ beverage consumption, in terms of nutritional attributes, convenience and especially variety,” says Gunnar Olson, CEO. “Our milk addresses each of these needs. Plus, the two delicious flavors and collectable character tops sweeten the deal with their kids.”
Through a collaboration with The Coca-Cola Company, Dunkin’ is launching ready-to-drink bottled Iced Coffee in Girl Scout Cookie inspired flavors.
This is the first time the iconic Coconut Caramel, S’mores and Thin Mints flavors will be available in bottles of iced coffee.
Naturally flavored to mimic the real cookies, each shelf-stable 13.7-ounce plastic bottle contains 250 to 250 calories, 7 to 8 grams of fat, 37 grams of sugar and 7 to 8 grams of protein, depending on flavor.
The Coca-Cola Company and its bottling partners have been manufacturing and distributing Dunkin’ branded bottled beverages since the beginning of 2017.
The bottled Dunkin’ Iced Coffee beverages are made according to Dunkin’ specifications using high-quality Arabica coffee blends with real milk, cream and sugar.
Maple Hill Creamery introduces shelf-stable quarts of 100% Grassfed Maple Hill Organic 2% Reduced-Fat Chocolate Milk.
Additional claims include being made with Fair Trade Cocoa and containing 25% less sugar than leading chocolate milks.
The 32-ounce cartons are currently available on Amazon and in the dairy section at Whole Foods Market.
One 8-ounce serving contains 150 calories, 5 grams of fat, 11 grams of sugar and 8 grams of protein.
The company continues to focus its innovation efforts on no- and low-sugar products.
Maple Hill cows are pasture raised. They have outdoor access 365 days a year and eat 100% grass.
The company practices regenerative agriculture.
Its milk is traceable from family farm to carton.
Borden is bringing this family favorite back to stores across Texas and Louisiana.
One 16-ounce glass of Borden High Protein 2% Milk contains 20 grams of protein. For comparison, that’s equivalent to three eggs, or three tablespoons of peanut butter, or 22 cups of spinach.
“Everyone needs protein to build strong bodies and improve fitness, which is especially important for kids, but getting them to eat enough high protein foods can be tough,” says Mike Arsenault, national sales and marketing director. “Borden High Protein Milk is an excellent protein-rich option, offering the energy kids need for that fun playdate or a tasty after-school snack.”
The higher protein levels are achieved by combining reduced fat milk with nonfat milk.
The suggested retail price for a gallon is $4.59 and $3.49 for a half-gallon.
Crystal Creamery is rolling out a new deluxe chocolate milk for chocolate lovers everywhere just in time for National Chocolate Month.
Made with farm-fresh Crystal Creamery milk, the new offering is blended with premium cocoas to create a more rich, intense chocolatey flavor that can be enjoyed every day on its own or used to elevate the mocha or specialty drink experience.
“We are really excited to introduce our new Deluxe Whole Chocolate Milk and add it to our Crystal Creamery lineup,” says Brian Carden, senior director of sales. “The strong sales growth of whole milk in the past year is proof that consumers continue to reach for dairy and love the silky-smooth texture of whole milk products. This is a great-tasting product that not only is aligned with consumer trends, but also fills the need with foodservice outlets to create popular specialty drinks with a premium chocolate milk product. Consumers can enjoy our Deluxe Whole Chocolate Milk at home, on the go or at a local coffeehouse.”
The Deluxe Whole Chocolate Milk is sweetened with pure cane sugar and the milk is delivered fresh from local family farms, from cows never treated with growth hormones.
One 8-ounce serving is an excellent source of calcium and contains 10 grams of protein and 230 calories.
The half-gallon carton’s suggested retail price is $4.49 and the 12-ounce on-the-go bottle will retail between $1.29 and $1.69, varying by outlet.
fairlife introduces Good Moo’d, a new line of lactose-free milks designed to bring real dairy taste back to consumers without digestion consequences.
Made with patented ultra-filtration, the new brand brings forward the smooth, creamy rich taste milk lovers remember and contains 25% less sugar than the leading lactose-free milk.
An estimated 30 to 50 million consumers in the U.S. are lactose intolerant and while lactose-free milk has been around for 40 years, there are very few choices for consumers looking for dairy milk. Further, a consumer study found that when asked to describe today’s lactose-free options, 40% of consumers describe them as “too sweet,” according to fairlife.
An overly sweet taste is caused by the process most brands use when creating lactose-free milk, which is simply adding the lactase enzyme to cow’s milk. This breaks down the lactose sugar found in the milk into more digestible sugars but causes the milk to have an extra sweet flavor.
Good Moo’d’s ultra-filtration approach, paired with the addition of the lactase enzyme, removes all lactose without compromising the creamy, natural taste of milk.
The new milk brand is available now at select grocery and retails stores in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast and West Coast regions of the U.S.
To read more about this product, link HERE to the January 29, 2021, blog titled “Dairy Foods 2021: It’s Time to File Away the Strict Definition of Dairy Products.”
Shamrock Farms introduces Swirled, an elevated chocolate milk that blends creamy dairy and natural, plant-based ingredients.
The indulgent hybrid offers the best of both worlds with real chocolate milk and the reduced sugar and healthy fats found in real coconut cream and almonds.
Available in two flavors–Chocolate Almond Coconut and Chocolate Coconut—Swirled uses milk from Shamrock Farms’ family of local farms.
Swirled contains nine essential nutrients and is free of artificial colors, ingredients, sweeteners and artificial growth hormones.
Swirled comes in single-serve 12-ounce bottles and multi-serve quarts bottles.
An 8-ounce serving contains 200 to 210 calories, 8 grams of fat, 21 grams of sugar and 9 grams to 10 grams of protein.
“With Shamrock Farms Swirled, we’re putting a new twist on chocolate milk by blending sweet and creamy coconut, the richness of real almonds and fresh milk into one drink,” says Ann Ocaña, chief marketing officer. “Swirled is a delicious, upscale take on the classic beverage and answers an unmet need of many adults who love chocolate milk but are looking for something more decadent yet still healthy. With an uncompromising flavor, it’s perfect for those who are plant-curious or plant-based but crave the benefits and taste of real milk.”
Shamrock Farms introduces Vanilla Cream Half & Half.
A blend of vanilla, Shamrock’s rich cream and milk from their family of local farms, Shamrock Farms promises that its creamer will never feather in hot drinks.
This is the first flavored half and half to join Shamrock’s portfolio of products, and is available in dairy cases at Redner’s, Safeway Albertsons, Weis and more retailers across the Southwest and mid-Atlantic.
READY-TO-DRINK COLD-BREW COFFEE Chobani launches Chobani Coffee.
The rollout comes on the heels of Chobani successfully expanding into new categories and growing its oat milk and creamer business triple digits while its Greek yogurt business continues to grow by double-digits, according to the company.
The refrigerated ready-to-drink coffees are crafted with single-origin cold brew and feature Chobani’s oat milks and dairy creamers.
The new line comes in four varieties. They are: Cold Brew Pure Black ; Cold Brew with Sweet Creamer and Cold Brew with Vanilla ; and Cold Brew with Oatmilk . Chobani Coffee is made with only natural ingredients, no artificial flavors or sweeteners, and no preservatives.
The suggested retail price for Chobani Coffee is $4.49 per 32-ounce multi-serve containers.
Shatto Milk Company introduces Big Red to celebrate the Kansas City Chiefs’ coach Andy Reid, and his famous mustache.
The bottle, complete with a new Coach Cow Logo, became available in all stores carrying Shatto Milk on Wednesday, January 13.
Only 18,000 bottles were produced and will be available while supplies last.
The quart glass bottle contains Red Velvet-flavored whole milk and celebrates the beginning of professional football playoffs.
2020 has been a year, so “got milk?” created some holiday cheer with Keggnog!
MilkPEP worked with a copacker to produce a limited quantity of mini-sized kegs filled with boozy eggnog.
They were sent to select media and influencers to spread some cheer this holiday season.
Organic Valley Fat Free Grassmilk hits shelves at the start of January, adding a new, high-demand product to the nation’s number-one 100% grass-fed milk brand, reports the company.
More than one-third of grassmilk consumers also purchase fat-free or skim milk, according to industry research. This positions Organic Valley Fat Free Grassmilk to meet the demand for consumers who are searching for a lower-fat option.
Organic Valley Fat Free Grassmilk offers the same nutrient density and 100% commitment to grass-fed as the rest of the product line.
All Organic Valley Grassmilk is made with milk from third-party certified grass-fed cows on organic family farms, which means that cows are on pasture for more than 150 days per year and are fed 100% grass and dried forages year around.
The cows that produce this organic grass-fed milk are never fed grain, resulting in milk that features the subtle seasonal flavors of the pastures that consumers are looking for in a grass-fed product.
Fat Free Grassmilk also contains essential nutrients like vitamins A and D.
Demand for milk from grass-fed cows is increasing, with a three-year compound annual growth rate of 27% according to SPINS.
Half-gallon gable-top cartons have a suggested retail price of $5.99.
COOKING AND MIXING WITH EGGNOG ALL WINTER LONG
Shamrock Farms has teamed up with Slane Irish Whiskey for a new eggnog campaign.
Who says Eggnog is only meant to be enjoyed the last two weeks of the year?
Not 100-year-old Shamrock Farms, which is working with renowned chef and restaurateur, Christopher Collins, and family-owned, award-winning Slane Irish Whiskey, to provide consumers with recipes featuring both products.
The companies sent sampling kits to media, complete with a bottle of Shamrock Farms Eggnog and Slane Whiskey, to use in a virtual recipe demo with Collins and Alex Conyngham, co-founder of Ireland’s Slane Whiskey distillery.
We blended up cocktails and explored all types of food and beverage applications where these two beverages come together.
The purpose: to provide consumers with the tools to crave eggnog all winter long.
The holiday partnership with Slane Irish Whiskey is a “seamless brand fit,” Shamrock Farms said, as both companies are family-owned and share similar values and Irish roots.
Shamrock Farms is promoting the food and beverage innovations through varied media outlets.
“YUMMY” CHOCOLATE MILK FOR KIDS’ TASTEBUDS
New Organic Valley Lowfat Chocolate Milk hits the shelves in January with a new kid-friendly taste and lactose-free formulation.
The beverage offers the same nutrition and pasture-raised goodness as the cooperative’s regular milk with a new chocolate flavor and no artificial sweeteners.
Organic Valley Chocolate Milk is made with milk from happy cows that spend more time grazing outside than 95% of dairy cows in the U.S.
One 8-ounce serving contains essential nutrients, including vitamins A and D, and 8 grams of high-quality protein.
Because it is lactose free, it is gentle on digestion, an attribute many health-conscious moms and dads want, according to the company. This is part of a growing gentle digestion/lactose-free trend that has seen sales grow 15% over the last year.
“Organic Valley formulated its new chocolate milk with a better overall taste profile that is specifically kid-friendly, while slightly reducing the sugar content and making it lactose free,” says Minh-Quan Huynh, brand manager.
Organic Valley Lowfat Chocolate Milk comes in 64-ounce gable-top cartons with a suggested retail price of $5.29 to $5.99.
Trader Joe’s is offering seasonal Nog Protein Beverage Smoothie.
The better-for-you eggnog has reduced-fat milk as its first ingredient.
Whey protein concentrate, soy protein isolate and egg yolks give the beverage a boost of protein, delivering 10 grams per 8-ounce serving.
A serving also contains 3 grams of fat and 12 grams of sugar .
In keeping with Trader Joe’s clean-label mantra, the product is sweetened with agave syrup and cane sugar.
It comes in a 16-ounce plastic bottle that retails for $2.99.
Darigold Inc., has expanded its organic pool of Northwest farms, allowing the cooperative to now offer an organic version of its high-protein milk FIT, as well as branded organic milk.
First released in January 2019, lactose-free Darigold FIT, is designed to give consumers the great taste they want while being low in sugar and high in protein.
Darigold Northwest Organic Milk has been available at select Costco stores in the Northwest as of early September 2020, and Darigold FIT Organic Milk became available at the end of October 2020.
Both products will expand to other retailers over the coming year.
Dairy Farmers of America introduces non-alcoholic Fireball Holiday Nog.
This new spicy-sweet dairy drink may be enjoyed as is or over ice.
Adults looking for some kick are encouraged to combine one-part Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey with two parts Fireball Holiday Nog to create a festive cocktail.
It is sold this holiday season for $2.98 in quart gable-top cartons exclusively in Walmart.
One cup of nog contains 280 calories, 8 grams of fat, 39 grams of sugar and 8 grams of protein.
To read more about this product, link HERE to the October 9, 2020, blog titled “Eliminating Lactose Improves Dairy’s Position in the “Foods for Health” Movement”
The New Zealand dairy introduced Kiwis to milk infused with bovine collagen at the end of August.
“Simply pour it on your morning muesli, in your tea or coffee, or blend it with your favorite smoothie to get the added benefits of collagen while still enjoying the nutritious and delicious taste of our Homogenized Jersey Milk,” Lewis Road wrote on Facebook. “With no impact on taste and texture, the milk has the same smooth, rich and creamy taste as its collagen-free counterpart.”
A single 250-milliliter serving contains 5 grams of collagen, suggested daily dose to experience the purported benefits.
Collagen is associated with slowing aging, improving joint pain, and helping hair and nails grow.
Soon after rolling out, the product came under fire from Consumer NZ for failing to comply with food standards on the claims it was making about the product.
Lewis Road’s website initially claimed “specifically joint health and mobility” and had been “scientifically shown to regenerate joint cartilage stimulate the body’s own mechanisms for maintaining healthy joints and optimum mobility.”
The claims have since been removed from the company’s website and social media posts.
The Punjab State Cooperative Milk Producers Federation is introducing Verka brand Haldi Dudh , also known as golden milk.
It is a nutritional milk drink designed to boost people’s immunity amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Verka Haldi Dudh is made using a unique haldi formulation developed and patented by the Department of Biotechnology, Punjabi University, Patiala. It offers 10 times higher absorption for the human body than normal haldi. It is also completely soluble in milk, giving the beverage a very smooth texture.
To read more about this product and the keto diet trend, link HERE to the September 18, 2020, blog titled “got keto?”
Oakhurst Dairy, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dairy Farmers of America based in Maine, is rolling out Maple Milk.
“Maple is a classic fall flavor and since maple syrup is predominantly home-grown right here in northern New England, we thought it was the perfect seasonal variety to add to our flavored milk line up,” says John Bennett, president of Oakhurst Dairy.
Oakhurst’s new Maple Milk is made with 100% pure maple syrup—the only added sweetener–that is sourced locally from Bascom Family Farms of New Hampshire, a leading independent supplier of pure maple syrup. Bascom Family Farms sources from not only its own taps, but also small family farms in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
“We hope both adults and kids will enjoy the pure, natural sweetness of our Maple Milk,” adds Bennett. “It’s delicious on its own as a snack or treat, but it can also be used to make maple lattes or even as a base ingredient to plus-up the maple flavor in your morning pancakes or waffles.”
The flavored whole milk is sold in pints and quarts and can be found throughout northern New England in Hannaford, Market Basket and Walmart stores.
An 8-ounce serving contains 190 calories, 8 grams of both fat and protein, along with 20 grams of sugar, with only 8 grams “added” by the maple syrup.
FLAVORED MILK PRODUCT FOR TEENS AND TWEENS
Dairy Farmers of America’s Kemps business unit now offers Siips.
The upper Midwest dairy manufacturer is test marketing Siips in the Milwaukee area at Pick ‘n Save locations.
Made with 100% real milk, these low-fat milk drinks offer indulgent flavors, while also providing great nutrition with more than 8 to 9 grams of protein, 25% of the Daily Value of calcium, and vitamins A and D.
“Our goal was to create a great-tasting milk-based product that would appeal to teens and tweens, so we knew it was important to involve them in the concepting process,” says Rachel Kyllo, senior vice president of marketing and innovation for DFA’s Dairy Brands Division. “We conducted extensive research and exploration with teens and tweens to really understand what they liked, everything from branding, artwork, packaging and flavors.”
Available in three flavors–Caramel, Chocolate and Mocha–Siips is packaged in a slender, 8-ounce can featuring ribbons and swirls of brown, orange and tan colors to match each flavor, along with a white milk drop in the middle to reflect the most important ingredient: milk.
“Teens really loved the flavors and gave Siips rave reviews for its taste and creaminess,” says Kyllo. “But we also wanted to offer a healthier flavored milk option, so we specially formulated Siips with a lower sugar content. Most flavored milks contain 25 to 28 grams of sugar per serving, while Siips contains 18 grams of sugar per serving, which is a significant reduction.”
The mocha variety contains 55 milligrams of caffeine.
For information on this product, link HERE to the August 14, 2020, blog titled “Dairy Foods Flavor Innovation…to get us through the cold months.”
Confectionery giant Perfetti Van Melle has collaborated with Toyo Beverage to introduce a range of beverages under the Chupa Chups brand in Japan.
The first offering is strawberry cream-flavored milk.
It comes in 190-milliliter plastic cups with an attached straw.
The drinks will be sold at grab-and-go locations throughout Japan.
This is the first dairy beverage for the Chupa Chups lollipop and candy brand.
Müller is updating its FRijj brand of single-serve flavored milks with a new fully recyclable bottle and a long lasting ambient recipe.
The company expects this update to further build its share in the U.K. branded milk drinks sector.
Made with milk from British farms and using advanced packaging technology, FRijj’s new long-lasting ambient recipe could be extended to nine months in the future.
As the dairy company continues to drive down the use of plastic, from the end of July, FRijj bottles and caps will be 100% recyclable, and the bottles will be made using 51% recycled content.
FRijj will continue to focus on its most popular flavors: Banana, Chocolate, Cookie Dough, Fudge Brownie and Strawberry.
“Our purpose is to add taste to life for consumers, and we’ll do this by leveraging all of the strength of Müller, the U.K.’s most chosen dairy brand, to grow our presence in a category which has managed to maintain positive value growth during a challenging period for on-the-go products,” says Jon Jenkins, chief executive of Müller Milk & Ingredients. “We’re seeing retailers unlocking more space in store for milk drinks, and with over half of the U.K. population yet to access and enjoy this category, there’s a real opportunity for growth.”
Emmi introduces Energy Milk High Protein Whey to select European markets.
The 330-milliliter bottles deliver 30 grams of whey protein, along with 6,800 milligrams of branched-chain amino acids, which assist with recovery and muscle growth after exercise.
The milk comes in two flavors: Choco-Hazelnut and Strawberry-Rhubarb.
Lactase is added to make the milk lactose free.
It’s sweetened by fruit juice and the high-intensity sweeteners cyclamate and acesulfame K.
Danzeisen Dairy will release a special-edition Alice Cooper Chocolate Milk Bottle at retail grocers and for home delivery across Arizona this autumn.
Proceeds will benefit Solid Rock, the nonprofit organization rock and roll legend Alice and his wife, Sheryl, founded in 1995. The organization operates The Rock Teen Center, a 28,000-square-foot facility in Phoenix where people ranging from ages 12 to 20 can get free instruction in music , dance, art, film and photography, among many other artistic options.
The milk comes in quart returnable glass bottles.
With more than 60 years dairy experience, Danzeisen Dairy is a family run business based in Phoenix, with milk delivered direct from its processing facility only 10 miles from downtown Phoenix.
READY-TO-DRINK SHELF-STABLE FROTHY CHOCOLATE MILK
La Colombe introduces Draft Chocolate Milk.
This is the first product to graduate from Fresh Ideas, a line of limited-batch beverages that come from the brand’s Philadelphia-based research and development innovation hub.
It is a frothy, creamy treat made with lactose-free milk and natural cocoa.
It has a foamy texture from the company’s patented nitrous oxide process.
One 9-ounce contains 120 calories and 9 grams of protein.
“At La Colombe, we are obsessed with innovation, and always looking to find new ways for everyone to enjoy the drinks that we love to serve at our cafes,” says Todd Carmichael, CEO and co-founder. “This started when we were the first to market cold brewed coffee, and now we are turning our attention to chocolate milk, a classic flavor that needed a facelift and a little texture.”
FAMILY-FRIENDLY MILK SUPPORTS BRAIN HEALTH
Clover Stornetta Farms Inc., now offers Clover Sonoma DHA Omega-3 Choline Organic Milk.
Sold in half-gallon gable-top cartons, the valued-added ultra-pasteurized milk comes in whole and 2% milkfat variants.
One 8-ounce serve delivers 50 milligrams of DHA omega-3 fatty acid and 100 milligrams of choline.
Both nutrients are associated with supporting brain development and brain function.
NEW FLAVORED MILK RANGE WITH NO ADDED SUGARS
Australia’s Lion Dairy & Drinks is rolling out Dairy Farmers No Sugar Added flavored milks.
The brand’s top-selling sweetened flavored milks–classic chocolate and strawberry—now come without added sugars in 500-milliliter bottles.
These re-imagined classics boast an impressive 4.5-star health rating, over 70% of the recommended daily intake for calcium, and a whopping 16 grams of protein per serving.
“The new Dairy Farmers Classic No Sugar Added range is just one example of how we’re delivering products that our customers know and love, without the added sugar,” says Darryn Wallace, marketing and innovation director. “Milk is a staple in households across the nation and we’re extremely fortunate to be able to provide Australians with new products during these unprecedented times. Lion Dairy & Drinks sources milk locally from great Aussie farmer partners. With a good milk supply, we’re proud to be supporting suppliers in the food chain to keep Australian’s nourished.”
SHELF-STABLE WHOLE MILK DESIGNED FOR AGES 1 TO 5 YEARS
Danone North America adds shelf-stable, single-serve boxes to its new Horizon Organic Growing Years milk platform.
First introduced in October 2019 in half-gallon refrigerated cartons, Horizon Organic Growing Years is organic whole milk with specially selected nutrition for growing kids.
The company partnered with pediatricians to identify key nutrients for ages 1 to 5, so every serving provides docosahexaenoic acid , choline, prebiotics and other key nutrients.
This product was the first U.S. fluid milk introduction that speaks to the September 18, 2019, recommendation by leading medical and nutrition organizations that children between 1 and 5 years should only drink water and milk.
Now the milk comes in 8-ounce shelf-stable prisma cartons, sold individually or in three packs.
DHA is an essential omega-3 fatty acid that supports brain and eye health.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, choline is an essential brain nutrient. It aids in the transport and synthesis of lipids , and it helps transport DHA throughout the body.
Prebiotics are dietary fiber that feeds friendly gut bacteria.
An 8-ounce serving of Growing Years milk contains 50 milligrams of DHA, 55 milligrams of choline and 1 gram of prebiotic chicory root fiber.
Further, every 8-ounce serving of Growing Years milk is an excellent source of both calcium and vitamin
D to support strong bones and teeth. And every serving has 8 grams of protein, too.
Certified organic, Growing Years milk comes from pasture-raised cows that eat an organic, non-GMO diet and are never treated with antibiotics or added hormones.
Turner Dairy Farms introduces birthday cake-flavored milk to commemorate its 90th anniversary.
The family-owned dairy has experienced growth in its flavored milks, as well as whole milk and lactose-free milk, enough that the company is planning an expansion this year.
In January, the Penn Hills milk processor was awarded $334,282 in state funding to increase its facility’s dairy processing capacity. The funding, through the Pennsylvania Dairy Investment Program, will help with the installation of a 20,000-gallon silo, which will free up processing capacity.
Turner Dairy currently processes milk from about 40 small farms in the region.
During the past decade, the company has experienced about 16% sales growth. Of that growth, about 79% has come from limited-edition flavored milks and chocolate milk.
The company believes that offering new flavors gives consumers a reason to go to the dairy case.
LACTOSE-FREE 2% REDUCED-FAT CHOCOLATE MILK
Upstate Niagara Cooperative introduces Chocolate Milk For Life.
Customers have been responding positively to the cooperative’s regular Milk For Life lactose-free products, available in Whole, 2%, 1%, and Fat Free varieties, since the brand’s 2018 introduction. It was time for a chocolate variation.
Made with 2% reduced-fat milk, Chocolate Milk For Life has 50% less sugar than regular chocolate milk and 13 grams of protein per 8-ounce serving.
It comes in single-serve 16-ounce plastic bottles and multi-serve 64-ounce jugs.
The company is supporting the launch with in-store signage, social media content, digital and TV advertisements. Along with the post-workout recovery messaging, the communication reminds lactose-intolerant customers that they no longer have to give up the nutritional benefits and delicious taste of real dairy.
To read more about this product, link HERE to the March 13, 2020, blog titled “Expo West: A Virtual Tour of All Things Dairy…and More .”
Wild Rose Foods introduces Lulubelle’s Creamery High-Protein milk.
Like the company’s other fresh dairy products, the high-protein ultrafiltered milk is made with a blend of Holstein and Jersey cows milk from the company’s Willamette Valley dairies, where cows graze on organic pastures and eat organic alfalfa grown at its farm in eastern Oregon.
“We think there’s room for a local dairy committed to organic practices with a focus on flavor and innovation,” says Chuck Eggert, founder. “Our goal is to make products as accessible as possible using milk from our own cows bottled at our own creamery. We’re creating a new model for dairy to show what’s possible with the latest technology, a commitment to animal care and restorative practices.”
The ultrafiltered high-protein milks come in 16-ounce and half gallon glass bottles in four low-fat varieties: Almond, Chocolate, Chocolate Almond and Original.
One serving contains 16 grams or more of protein.
The company also produces cream-on-top whole milk in Chocolate and Plain varieties.
To read more about this product, link HERE to the February 7, 2020, blog titled “Dairy Drinks Bring High-Quality Protein to the Grab-and-Go Beverage Case. It’s about Time!”
Shamrock Farms introduces Rockin’ Protein Plus, a ready-to-drink beverage that combines the dual benefits of protein and superfruits with pure, fresh Shamrock Farms milk.
It comes in two smooth flavors–Blueberry Pomegranate and Cherry Crème–each with unique, functional benefits, no added sugars and no lactose.
Blueberry Pomegranate is naturally packed with antioxidants, which help fight free radicals and support a healthy immune system. It’s an excellent source of protein and vitamins A, C and E.
Cherry Crème is an excellent source of protein and calcium with the added benefit of tart cherries. One bottle contains 35 Montmorency Tart Cherries. 2018 New Air Jordan 11 Black Velvet Black White For Sale Growing evidence supports the science and benefits of tart cherries, including anti- inflammation, exercise recovery and improved sleep.
“Health-conscious consumers are more proactive than ever when it comes to wellness, and that trend continues to drive the demand for functional beverages,” says Ann Ocaña, chief marketing officer for Shamrock Farms. “Rockin’ Protein Plus is an all-in-one option that brings superfruits together with milk, delivering the protein consumers need and flavor they love with the added health benefits they want.”
To read more about this product, and the booming creamer category, link HERE to the January 17, 2020, blog titled “Make Dairy Special with these Five Opportunities.”
LACTOSE-FREE, LOWER-SUGAR, REAL DAIRY CREAMER
fairlife enters the refrigerated creamer category with four varieties: Caramel Coffee, Hazelnut, Sweet Cream and Vanilla.
The creamers are made with the company’s nonfat ultra-filtered milk.
Other ingredients include cream, sugar, flavor and lactase enzyme, rendering the creamer lactose free.
Touting a 40% reduction in sugar, as compared to other creamers, the product comes in 16-ounce plastic bottles and is making its debut in Stop and Shop stores.
The company was just fully acquired by The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, which had a minority stake until January 2020. Coca-Cola said fairlife will continue to operate as a standalone business in Chicago.
RAISE A GLASS OF FLAVORED MILK TO WELCOME 2020.
Borden introduced Gingerbread Eggnog this holiday season.
The new seasonal eggnog was one of many limited-edition flavored milks that Borden, one of America’s oldest dairy companies , offered in 2019.
The company plans to keep the milk category alive and exciting with special flavors available throughout 2020 and beyond.
Both Borden’s Classic Eggnog and Gingerbread Eggnog were widely distributed to major retailers in the Southeast and Ohio through December 31.
The new Gingerbread Eggnog came in a 32-ounce bottle for a suggested retail price of $3.29, while the Classic Eggnog was offered in pint sizes for a suggested retail price of $1.99, as well as quarts starting at $3.29 and half-gallons at $5.69.
For eggnog aficionados, Elsie the Cow offered recipes using the holiday dairy beverage, such as eggnog cream puffs, cranberry eggnog muffins and eggnog French toast.
Hiland Dairy adds Pumpkin Spice Egg Nog to its seasonal milks.
This winter season Hiland Dairy is offering seven festive holiday milk flavors, including its newest offering: Pumpkin Spice Egg Nog.
It’s a combination of pumpkin spices and traditional egg nog.
Back for a second year, the consumer favorite from the 2018 holiday season, is Hiland Dairy’s Custard. The Custard is made from fresh Hiland milk, eggs and sugar. The ingredients are combined and slowly heated until thickened and then chilled and packaged.
The other returning seasonal offerings are: Chocolate Mint, Egg Nog, Maple Pecan, Pumpkin Spice and Sugar Cookie.
The limited-edition flavored milks come in gable-top quart cartons and have a suggested retail price of $2.79.
FARM-FRESH DISRUPTION IN THE DAIRY CREAMER CATEGORY
Chobani, a leading Greek yogurt brand, has announced its biggest expansion ever with an entire platform of batch-made oat-based drinks and cultured oat blends, as well as dairy-based creamers.
The new dairy-based coffee creamers are all natural and made with non-GMO ingredients.
Chobani Coffee Creamers come in four classic flavors: Caramel, Hazelnut, Sweet Cream and Vanilla.
The creamers are made with four ingredients: cream, milk, cane sugar and natural flavor.
A 1-tablespoon serving contains 30 calories, 1.5 grams of fat and 4 grams of sugar.
The 24-ounce bottles have a suggested retail price of $3.99.
ULTRA FILTERED MILK-BASED NUTRITION SHAKES
Fairlife will soon be rolling out failife Nutrition Plan.
The high-protein, low-sugar nutrition shakes come in Chocolate and Vanilla flavors in 11.5-ounce bottles.
Labels emphasize the inclusion of high-quality protein.
Made with ultra-filtered low-fat milk treated with lactase enzyme to ensure the beverage is lactose free, the shakes are sweetened with acesulfame potassium, sucralose, monkfruit extract and stevia, delivering only 2 grams of sugar per serving.
With 150 calories, 30 grams of high-quality protein and eight naturally occurring vitamins and minerals, the news shakes complement weight loss and weight management diets, and function as a convenient, on-the-go meal replacement.
Prairie Farms is celebrating the holiday season with the addition of Chocolate Custard.
This rounds out a complete line of holiday milk flavors that includes Chocolate Mint, Custard, Egg Nog, Maple Pecan, Pumpkin Spice and Sugar Cookie.
The nogs and custards are made with classic recipes that blend locally produced milk, cream, sugar and egg yolks, with just the right amount of spices to produce a delightful holiday treat. “Simple ingredients combined with fresh milk deliver a chocolate custard that’s sure to delight for the holidays,” says Prairie Farms Corporate Chef Rob Lagerlöf, the architect behind the lineup. “I’ve taken recipes handed down through generations and combined them with my culinary training to create delicious new flavors for everyone to enjoy.”
As with all Prairie Farms dairy products, Chocolate Custard is made with no artificial growth hormones and a commitment to cow care and sustainability.
McDonald’s will offer reformulated Happy Meal Chocolate Milk.
Support from dairy checkoff food scientists has helped McDonald’s USA produce a reduced-sugar, low-fat chocolate milk that will be unveiled nationwide in January.
The new formulation has 25% less sugar than McDonald’s previous chocolate milk and is no longer a fat-free product.
Dairy Management Inc. , which manages the national dairy checkoff, has had a partnership with McDonald’s since 2009.
DMI provided on-site support from food scientists and other resources and worked closely with the McDonald’s team to create the final product.
“Chocolate milk has been a longtime customer favorite at McDonald’s and U.S. dairy farmers are glad to see the chain roll out a great-tasting chocolate milk that has even more nutritional benefits than previously,” says Marilyn Hershey, a Pennsylvania dairy farmer and chair of DMI. “This is a great example of a foodservice leader listening and responding to customer demand. It also benefits dairy farmers because McDonald’s will offer an improved milk product to millionsof customers, which could lead to similar changes at other restaurants.”
WHOLE MILK DESIGNED FOR AGES 1 TO 5 YEARS
Danone North America introduces Horizon Organic Growing Years milk.
This marks the first U.S. fluid milk introduction that speaks to the September 18, 2019, recommendation by leading medical and nutrition organizations that childrenbetween 1 and 5 years should only drink water and milk.
Horizon Organic Growing Years is organic whole milk with specially selected nutrition for growing kids.
The company partnered with pediatricians to identify key nutrients for ages 1 to 5, so every serving provides docosahexaenoic acid , choline, prebiotics and other key nutrients.
“This delicate growing and transition period can feel like a big change for parents and kids alike, and it’s important to Horizon that we continue to support families every step of the way,” says Domenic Borrelli, president of premium dairy at Danone North America. “Throughout history, milk has been synonymous with childhood nutrition and healthy development, and offering an organic product specially made for those early years is a natural next step for us.”
DHA is an essential omega-3 fatty acid that supports brain and eye health. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, choline is an essential brain nutrient. It aids in the transport and synthesis of lipids , and it helps transport DHA throughout the body.
Prebiotics are dietary fiber that feeds friendly gut bacteria.
An 8-ounce glass of Growing Years milk contains 50 milligrams of DHA, 55 milligrams of choline and 1 gram of prebiotic chicory root fiber.
Further, every 8-ounce glass of Growing Years milk is an excellent source of both calcium and vitamin D to support strong bones and teeth. And every serving has 8 grams of protein, too.
Certified organic, Growing Years milk comes from pasture-raised cows that eat an organic, non-GMO diet and are never treated with antibiotics or added hormones.
Lion Dairy & Drinks grows its Dairy Farmers and Arnott’s limited-edition series of bikkie- inspired flavored milks in Australia.
Bikkie, which is short for biscuit, is the Aussie term for cookie.
Earlier this year, the Dairy Farmers brand teamed up with the popular Aussie biscuit brand Arnott’s to offer Iced VoVo and Mint Slice flavored milks. The products were a hit.
The two companies collaborated again and are now releasing two more iconic biscuit flavors in liquid form: Caramel Crowns and Wagon Wheels.
Caramel Crowns combines the classis flavors of caramel and chocolate.
Wagon Wheels is a blend of sweet jam, rich chocolate and fluffy marshmallow flavors.
To read more about this product, link HERE to the October 25, 2019, blog titled “Shaking Up the Dairy Department.”
LIMITED-EDITION PHILANTHROPIC FLAVORED MILK
Shatto Milk Company introduces Marshmallow Cereal Milk.
This new limited-edition milk honors the work that Children’s Mercy does for it patients.
Labeled “LOVE,” the new flavor was selected by vote by patients at Children’s Mercy.
It was released to the public on October 19, 2019, at the company’s Family Day at the Farm event.
The milk was made available at retail on October 21, and to Shatto Home Delivery customers starting on October 22.
Only 12,500 bottles were produced, so it’s first come, first served.
Shatto Milk Company is also offering drinking glasses and t-shirts sporting the “Love Cow” to raise additional money for the cause.
To read more about this product, link HERE to the Oct. 11, 2019, blog titled “Anuga 2019: Five Key Takeaways from the Global Food Innovation Stage.”
AUSTRIA’S CHILDHOOD CLASSIC MILK COMBO GETS PACKAGED
Erlebnissennerei Zillertal introduces Honey Haymilk.
The family-operated dairy situated in the Austrian town of Mayrhofen prioritizes the use of haymilk in its products.
The family’s mantra is “quality rather than quantity.”
Only 3% of all milk produced in Europe is considered haymilk, which is produced by well-cared Alpine cows who have a silage-free diet and are raised following strict haymilk regulations.
The company is adding all-natural honey to the milk and selling it in recyclable, recloseable gable-top cartons.
The beverage may be served chilled or warmed, like the traditional bed-time beverage.
Other new haymilk products from the company include:
Haymilk Yogurt in three varieties: Caramel, Elderflower Lime and Pomegranate Honey
Haymilk Cheese in four varieties: “Diamond” with Saffron, “Emerald” with Mountain Herb and Hemp Seeds, “Garnet” with Red Pesto, and “Gemstone” with Summer Truffle.
The a2 Milk Company introduces a2 Milk Coffee Creamer.
The first new product offering since coming to the U.S. from Australia in 2015, a2 Milk Coffee Creamer comes in two flavors: Creamy Vanilla and Sweet Cream.
They both are made with only five simple, natural ingredients: whole milk, sugar, heavy cream, natural flavors and sea salt.
The creamers join the company’s innovative a2 Milk products, which offer real, nutritious dairy milk that is easier on digestion and may help some avoid discomfort.
Published research suggests that a2 Milk may help avoid stomach discomfort in some people because the milk comes from cows that naturally produce only the natural A2 protein and no A1.
The a2 Milk Company works with local U.S. dairy farmers to identify cows that only naturally produce the A2 protein type and process their milk separately, making it possible for some with sensitivities to enjoy real cows’ milk.
The a2 Milk Company pays its farmers a premium to help them improve their profitability and reinvest in their farms.
The creamers come in quart gable-top cartons, with one tablespoon containing 35 calories, 1 gram of fat, 5 grams of sugar and no grams of protein; however, there may be some residual protein, which the company assures is A2.
“This is truly an exciting moment for the a2 Milk Company,” says Blake Waltrip, CEO. “Every day, we hear from people across the country who are able to drink milk again, thanks to a2 Milk. Now we’re broadening ways for coffee drinkers to enjoy real dairy by adding our a2 Milk Coffee Creamers to their morning routine.
Coffee creamer was one of our top requested products by our consumers.” The announcement of this new product follows the company’s recent milestone of reaching national geographic distribution in the U.S. after signing on with Kroger.
Borden Dairy introduces three limited-edition flavored milks at the State Fair of Texas.
Founded in 1857, the recently revitalized Dallas-based dairy that has Elsie as its spokes-cow, operates 13 milk processing plants and nearly 100 branches across the U.S. that produce and distribute nearly 500 million gallons of milk annually for customers in the grocery, mass market, club, food service, hospitality, school and convenience store channels.
The company has concocted three new limited-edition, fair-inspired flavors of milk: Banana Taffy, Blueberry Cobbler and Cotton Candy.
State Fair of Texas visitors will have the opportunity to sample the fun flavors from Oct. 14 to 20.
The flavored milks will also be available for purchase in 16-ounce bottles at Kroger stores in Dallas and Houston and at select retailers in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. The milk will be sold on promotion for $1 at Dallas-area Kroger stores.
“We are excited to return to the fair and give our neighbors a glimpse into the Borden innovation lab to sample some unique new milk flavors,” says Borden Chief Marketing Officer Joe DePetrillo. “The company is focusing on innovation driven by consumer insights, and these flavors were actually selected through a voting process among Borden’s social media fans this summer.”
Organic Valley, America’s largest cooperative of organic farmers, is rolling out new and improved Fuel high-protein milk shake, packed with organic protein and essential nutrients.
Now with 50% less sugar than before, the shelf-stable milk shake contains 20 grams of organic protein.
Fuel comes in three flavors: Chocolate, Coffee and Vanilla.
The first-ever organic coffee milk protein shake not only packs in 20 grams of pasture-raised protein, but also offers the equivalent caffeine to an 8-ounce cup of coffee to add even more fuel to active lives.
Fuel starts with USDA certified organic milk from the cooperative’s pasture-raised cows. During the innovative ultra-filtering process, the naturally occurring lactose in the milk is reduced. The addition of a lactase enzyme makes Fuel lactose-free. The resulting product is a protein power packed beverage with 50% less sugar than the original formula.
The suggested retail price for a single-serve 11-ounce carton is $2.99, with four and twelve-packs available for $10.99 and $29.99, respectively.
To read more about this product, link HERE to the August 16, 2019, blog titled “Dairy Foods Innovation Opportunity: Prioritize Protein and Portability in Kids Products.”
Starbucks and Nestlé introduce Starbucks Creamers, marking this the first time the Starbucks brand has entered the refrigerated creamer category, a growing U.S. category projected to top $7.8 billion by 2023 in the U.S., according to Mintel.
Less than a year from inception to shelf, Starbucks Creamers are the fourth product platform developed since the companies formed a global coffee alliance in August 2018.
Since forming their alliance, both companies saw creamers as a growth opportunity and leveraged Nestlé’s more than 50-year expertise in the creamer category and Starbucks nearly 50-year heritage and well-loved coffee house flavors, resulting in the perfect blend of experts to bring Starbucks Creamers to market for consumers.
“Nestlé has been a leader in the creamer category since launching Coffee mate in 1961 and we continue to innovate and help drive category growth,” says Daniel Jhung, president of beverage, Nestlé USA. “In our work with Starbucks through our global coffee alliance, we saw the opportunity to introduce Starbucks Creamers as a new way for consumers to enjoy the Starbucks café flavors they know and love from the comforts of their home.”
Starbucks Creamers come in three flavors: Caramel, Cinnamon Dolce and White Chocolate.
They were inspired by customer-favorite handcrafted beverages served at Starbucks cafés: Caramel Macchiato, Cinnamon Dolce Latte and White Chocolate Mocha.
“We know that Starbucks customers are passionate about their coffee and with Starbucks Creamers we are delighted to give them another way to enjoy their favorite Starbucks Experience and flavors at home and outside of our cafes,” says Duncan Moir, president, global channel development at Starbucks.
ORGANIC ULTRA-FILTERED HIGH-PROTEIN MILK
Organic Valley introduces Organic Valley Ultra milk.
America’s largest cooperative of organic farmers is introducing Organic Valley Ultra, the first organic ultra-filtered milk available nationally.
It’s packed with 50% more organic protein and 50% less sugar than regular milk.
The milk made its debut this week in Whole Foods Markets around the country, rolling out to other retailers in October.
The four varieties are: Whole, 2% Reduced Fat, 2% Chocolate and Skim.
The milk comes in 56-ounce cartons and retails for about $5.99.
“At Organic Valley, we’re always creating innovative ways to give consumers high-quality, great-tasting organic options that meet their needs for healthy food from companies that align with their values,” says Bob Kirchoff, CEO. “Not only does Organic Valley Ultra provide consumers with an organic, ultra-filtered product they can feel good about buying and consuming, it ensures we can support our cooperative’s mission to save small family farms by marketing their organic products. It also further affirms our commitment to ensuring that all of our animals live happy, stress-free lives.”
Organic Valley Ultra starts with Organic Valley’s USDA Certified Organic milk from the cooperative’s pasture-raised cows. During the filtering process, the naturally occurring sugar-lactose in the milk is reduced. The addition of a lactase enzyme makes Organic Valley Ultra lactose-free. The resulting product is organic milk with concentrated protein and 50% less sugar.
To read more about this product, link HERE to the July 12, 2019, blog titled “It’s a Game-Changing Day in the Dairy Industry: Say Hello to the Industry’s First Fresh Milk and Plant Blended Beverage.”
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Coca-Cola Vietnam introduces Nutriboost UHT milk for different ages and need states.
The philosophy underlying Nutriboost’s new milk product development is: Right Nutrition-Right Occasion-Right Method.
The new smart nutrition solution features three formulations. They are: Nutriboost KIDS: Morning Growth , Playtime and Good Night . The milks are designed to provide children over the age of 3 years with optimal nutrients matching demands at three different periods of the day.
Nutriboost TO-GO: Stamina includes oats and natural fiber for boundless energy.
Nutriboost BEAUTY: This is skim milk enhanced with a science-based formula of nutrients such as collagen and zinc, which have long been associated with body fitness and youthful skin.
These three newly launched milk products mark the first project under the strategic alliance between Coca-Cola and Fonterra in the Southeast Asia region, which aims to provide Vietnamese consumers with nutrient-rich milk products sourced from New Zealand and cater to the diversified nutritional demands of various consumer groups.
The launch reaffirms Coca-Cola’s commitment on becoming a total beverage company, by which the company can offer innovative products with proven sustainable health benefits to consumers.
The original milk-and-juice drink Nutriboost launched in 2010 was Coca-Cola’s entry into the value-added-dairy product category.
The three Nutriboost KIDS milk products come in 110-milliliter cartons·
Nutriboost TO-GO and Nutriboost BEAUTY come in 220-milliliter cartons.
Shatto Milk Company offers special-release Raspberry Milk.
The company produced a total of 10,000 pint bottles that went on sale May 17 through the family’s farm store and Shatto Home Delivery, and on May 20 in all stores that offer Shatto Milk.
Each outlet had a limited amount of product, so first come first serve.
Shatto Milk Company is a Kansas City family dairy farm that began bottling their own farm fresh milk and offering their very own cheese, butters and ice cream in June 2003. The company has prided itself in offering the freshest and best tasting milk possible, while putting a fun twist on milk by offering fun flavors like Banana, Coffee, Root Beer, Cookies and Cream, and more.
Nestle USA introduces Snickers and Twix flavored milks.
The new 14-ounce plastic bottles allow consumers to drink a candy bar.
The Snickers variety has bold, nutty notes mixed with chocolate and caramel flavors, while the Twix variety features chocolate, caramel and cookie flavors.
Vitamin A and D-fortified, both candy bar-inspired flavors are made with real low-fat milk and pack in 270 calories, 4.4 grams of fat, 42 grams of sugar and 14 grams of protein per 14-fluid ounce bottle.
Bottles sport the Real Seal and retail for about $2.49.
To read more about this product, link HERE to the May 17, 2019, blog titled “Dairy Foods Innovation Opportunity: Provide an Experience. Make Dairy a Destination.”
MILK BOTTLES PUT PROTEIN CONTENT UP FRONT
Prairie Farms’ new milk bottles emphasize protein content.
The new plastic bottles feature modern graphics on full shrink-sleeve labels.
The line includes single-serve and quart bottles, in varieties such as Fat Free White, 1% Lowfat Chocolate and Premium Strawberry.
Labels boldly state that the milk contains no artificial growth hormones.
To read more about this product, link HERE to the April 26, 2019, blog on plant-based products in the dairy department.
Rosa Brothers Milk Company’s holiday milk is back by popular demand. The all-natural Easter Eggnog made its debut last spring and is returning this year for a limited time.
Only fresh milk from the Rosa Brothers’ third-generation dairy farm and the finest of ingredients are used to create this divine treat, according to the company.
The eggnog is packaged in the dairy’s signature quart-size glass bottles and topped with a decorative bottle tag.
Noel and Rolland Rosa, third-generation dairy farmers, began production of their milk and ice cream in September 2012 with a handful of stores selling their products. Since then, the Rosa Brothers have remained true to their local roots while ensuring the freshest and highest quality milk and ice cream products.
Today, Rosa Brothers’ products can be found in more than 700 locations throughout California.
Lala introduces flavored lactose-free, protein-packed milk to Mexican marketplace.
Lala 100 is the first milk brand in Mexico without lactose. It debuted in unflavored formats in 2016.
The new flavored varieties are Chocolate and Vanilla.
A 330-milliliter plastic bottle contains 260 calories, 15 grams of protein and 6.7 grams of fat.
The company uses ultrafiltration to remove the lactose and concentrate the protein and calcium content. Lactase is added to ensure the product is lactose free.
The perishable product is described as containing 70% more of natural milk proteins and 30% more calcium than regular milk.
Maple Hill is introducing 100% grass-fed organic milk in convenient shelf-stable grab-and-go-packaging.
No straw is required as the package has a resealable screw-top cap.
The 8-ounce cartons are making their debut in whole chocolate and whole white varieties.
The chocolate variant uses Fair Trade Certified cocoa.
The milks are sold as individual units and in four packs.
Burroughs Family Farms introduces Cream Top flavored milks.
The 100-plus-years-old California dairy is introducing three premium-flavored vat-pasteurized whole milks.
Varieties are: Chai Spiced, Chocolate and Lavender.
They are made with only organic ingredients and sweetened with Maple Valley Organic Maple Syrup.
The vat pasteurization small batch process involves holding the milk at 145 degrees F for 30 minutes and then quickly cooling it. This retains a high percentage of the milk’s natural enzymes and beneficial bacteria, which adds to the flavor and health benefits of the milk, according to the company.
The new milks come in quart plastic jugs.
PRIVATE-LABEL LACTOSE-FREE MILK AND CREAM
Amazon enters the milk business with the Happy Belly brand.
Available via AmazonFresh, the four fresh milk products—all lactose free–are: 1% Low Fat Milk, 2% Reduced Fat Milk, Whole Milk and Fat Free Milk.
Other new refrigerated dairy products include Half & Half, Whipping Cream and Whipped Topping.
Amazon first entered the private-label dairy business with 24 varieties of Happy Belly cheese in October 2018.
Rosa Brothers Milk Company introduces all-natural Coffee Creamers.
The refrigerated coffee creamers start with farm-fresh milk and cream straight from Rosa Brothers’ family dairy.
The creamer gets blended with naturally sweet flavors to create a whole new coffee creamer experience, according to the company.
Varieties are: Signature Vanilla, Simply Salted Caramel and Vintage Hazelnut.
These creamy delights are packaged in the company’s signature quart-size glass bottles.
“After much anticipation, we are thrilled to launch our line of all-natural, farm-fresh, glass bottled Coffee Creamers,” says Noel Rosa, president. “Our creamers are the delicious end result of careful crafting with only the finest of all-natural ingredients. They really are coffee’s perfect complement.”
Noel and Rolland Rosa, third-generation dairy farmers, began production of their milk and ice cream in September 2012 with a handful of stores selling their products. Today, Rosa Brothers products are found in more than 700 locations throughout California.
Seattle-based Darigold is expanding its portfolio of milk products to include FIT, an ultra-filtered, lactose free, high-protein milk.
The farmer-owned co-op’s ultrafiltration process naturally concentrates protein and removes sugars. Lactase enzyme ensures the product is lactose free.
FIT delivers Darigold’s same delicious taste with 75% more protein and 40% less sugar than regular 2% milk.
A one-cup serving of 2% white contains 130 calories, 5 grams of fat, 7 grams of sugar and 14 grams of protein.
FIT Chocolate contains 170 calories, 5 grams of fat, 14 grams of sugar and 14 grams of protein.
“The desire for high-protein, low-sugar food continues to increase, and we are thrilled to launch another product that provides healthy options for families,” says Duane Naluai, senior vice president of Darigold’s consumer products business.
The new product comes in 59-ounce cartons with a suggested retail price of $3.99, and in 14-ounce single-serve bottles for $1.99.
SOPHISTICATED-FLAVORED INDULGENT CHOCOLATE MILK
Dean Foods introduces TruMoo After Dark.
TruMoo After Dark is a line of creamy, comforting chocolate milk in three sophisticated flavors: Dark Chocolate Salted Caramel, Mexican Style Chocolate and Vanilla & Chai Spice.
Sold in quart chug-style plastic bottles, a one-cup serving contains 230 to 240 calories, 8 grams of fat, 30 grams of sugar and 9 grams of protein.
Slate introduces better-for-you shelf-stable chocolate milk.
Boston entrepreneurs–Josh Belinsky and Manny Lubin—believe it is time to shake up the flavored fluid milk category.
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After years of frustration with chocolate milk options only marketed to kids using whimsical package designs and brands, the duo is rolling out a new brand of adult-centric canned chocolate milk called Slate.
Slate is made using ultrafiltration to eliminate lactose and reduce total sugars while concentrating high-quality dairy proteins.
Shelf-stable Slate is making its debut in three varieties: Classic Chocolate, Dark Chocolate and Mocha Flip .
All varieties contain 75% less sugar and 50% more protein than regular chocolate milk.
Monk fruit keeps sugar and calorie content low.
The brand Slate suggests reintroducing chocolate milk to consumers with a clean slate, with less sugar, no lactose and more protein.
Top O’ The Morn is rolling out three flavored premium coffee creamers.
The “Fresh is Best” brand offers the creamers in 32-ounce glass bottles, no deposit required.
The bottles are all the same. The neck wraps identify the flavor and carry all important information, including the Real California Milk Seal, which is also printed on the glass bottle.
Made with no artificial ingredients, the creamers come in three flavors: French Vanilla, Hazelnut and Midnight Mocha.
One tablespoon contains 25 calories, 1.5 grams of fat and 2 grams of sugar.
The creamers have a 26-day refrigerated shelf life.
ITO EN North America introduces ready-to-drink milk tea beverages.
Milk tea has been a longtime favorite in Japan for its latte-like taste and on-the-go convenience.
The new milk teas are available in two refreshing flavors: Matcha Milk Tea, which is made with 100% Japanese matcha, the finely milled powdered whole leaf green tea, and Black Milk Tea, which is made with Sri Lankan black tea leaves.
Packaged in playful cow-patterned bottles and Japanese Kanji characters, the new milk teas are brewed with real tea and made with all-natural ingredients.
The dairy component is skim milk powder. They are sweetened with cane sugar.
“It’s the perfect café-like experience in a bottle, 2019 New Air Jordan 11 WMNS Metallic Silver AR0715-100 For Sale ” says Rona Tison, executive vice president of corporate relations. “We put our tea expertise to work by balancing the taste of tea with a subtlety sweet creamy taste. Refreshing and easy, it can be enjoyed any time of the day without the fuss of being a barista or brewing your own tea.”
The new milk teas are packaged in 11.8-ounce plastic bottles with 140 calories and 150 calories per bottle.
The suggested retail price is $2.49 per bottle.
Danone North America introduces Horizon Organic High Protein, the first multi-serve organic protein milk.
With 12 grams of organic protein per 8-ounce serving, Horizon’s newest milk provides 50% more protein per 8-ounce serving than traditional dairy milk offerings.
“We realized that protein is a top priority for people when it comes to milk, yet no organic protein milk option was available,” says Christina Finkel, senior director of marketing for Horizon Organic. “Protein helps to fuel your day and supports healthy muscles, and our newest organic protein milk is meant to help meet that need for dairy drinkers.”
Horizon Organic High Protein is available in three flavors: Reduced Fat Chocolate, Reduced Fat White and Whole White.
Horizon has been producing organic milk for more than 27 years, playing an instrumental role with the USDA to establish organic standards and create the USDA Certified Organic Seal.
Horizon cows are pasture-raised and spend at least 120 days grazing each year, with a supplemental diet of organically grown feed, according to the company.
Today, Horizon works with a network of nearly 700 certified organic family farms across the country to source organic milk.
“Less than 6% of all milk is USDA Certified Organic,” says Finkel. “We’re proud to be the first when it comes to a higher protein organic milk option.”
The added protein comes from organic milk protein concentrate made from high-quality complete proteins naturally found in milk.
Beyond having organic protein in every glass, Horizon Organic High Protein milks are an excellent source of vitamin D, calcium, riboflavin, vitamin B12 and phosphorus.
Horizon Organic High Protein milk is available nationwide with a suggested retail price of $5.99 per 64-ounce carton.
Hiland Dairy Foods Company introduces Custard.
Hiland Dairy Custard is made with fresh Hiland milk, eggs and sugar. The ingredients are combined and slowly heated until thickened and then chilled and packaged.
What makes Custard different from Hiland Dairy Eggnog? Eggnog is made with rich Hiland Dairy cream, eggs and nutmeg. The Custard tastes like melted ice cream.
“We are excited to bring this holiday favorite to all of our markets,” says Rick Beaman, vice president, Hiland Dairy. “And we’re willing to bet that fans of both our eggnog and the custard will disagree as to which is the best, so we are launching a fun consumer contest during December on our Facebook page to let the votes determine the favorite.”
Both Hiland Dairy Eggnog and Hiland Dairy Custard are now available at most locations where Hiland Dairy products are sold. The suggested retail price is $2.79 for a quart carton.
Target introduces Market Pantry Sugar Cookie-flavored milk.
The naturally flavored whole milk comes in 1-quart recloseable gable-top cartons and sells for $2.49.
A one-cup serving contains 200 calories, 7 grams of fat, 26 grams of sugar and 7 grams of protein.
Previously offered seasonal milks from Target include Chocolate Mint, Maple Pecan and Pumpkin Spice Egg Nog.
Meijer introduces private-label High Protein Milk.
The half-gallon gable-top recloseable cartons come in fat-free, 2% and whole fat varieties.
Milk protein concentrate is added to deliver 25% more protein than regular milk.
One 8-ounce glass contains 10 grams of protein.
Top O’ The Morn Farms offers limited-batch glass bottled Pumpkin Spice Eggnog.
The new flavor joins traditional Eggnog, with both sold in non-returnable glass bottles.
The family-owned, Tulare, California-based farmstead dairy bottles its new flavor with an orange cap and a paper neck ring with flavor and nutritional information.
Bottles sport the Real California Milk seal.
A half-cup serving contains 170 calories, 8 grams of fat, 20 grams of sugar and 4 grams of protein.
Clover Sonoma introduces Maple Bourbon Eggnog.
To bourbon, or not to bourbon? That is often an eggnog question. For those who want bourbon flavor without the alcohol, here’s an option.
Inspired by the boozy concoction that the Clover founding fathers once crafted as a private gift to friends, this sophisticated, non-alcoholic re-creation combines the company’s traditional organic eggnog with the earthy sweetness of maple and a dash of bourbon flavor.
The recipe includes special holiday spices and does not contain carrageenan, cornstarch or corn syrup.
Sold in paperboard quart containers, a half-cup serving contains 160 calories, 7 grams of fat, 20 grams of sugar and 4 grams of protein.
The new variety joins Organic Eggnog, Eggnog and Light Eggnog.
INNOVATIVE CREAMER DELIVERS PROTEIN AND ENERGY
Kitu Life introduces Kitu Super Creamer.
Kitu Life Inc., was founded in the fall of 2015 by the DeCicco brothers: Jordan, Jake , and Jim . They were each collegiate athletes with a passion for nutrition and wellness.
Their first product–Super Coffee, formerly Sunniva–is a sugar-free, high-protein, healthful fat ready-to-drink latte line designed with the nutritional considerations of the ketogenic diet.\Now the brothers are rolling out a similarly formulated creamer.
Made with whey protein concentrate, cream and medium-chain triglyceride coconut oil, the creamer comes in Original , as well as Hazelnut and Vanilla varieties. The flavored formats are sweetened with monk fruit.
The creamers come in 750-milliliter bottles, with a 2-tablespoon serving containing 50 calories, 5 grams of fat, 3 grams of protein and no sugar.
LIMITED-EDITION FOOTBALL-THEMED FLAVORED MILK
Kemps introduces Packers Lemon Cream Lowfat Milk and Green Bay Packers-themed ice cream.
Minneapolis-based Kemps has long been a proud dairy partner of the Green Bay Packers, offering limited-edition themed products during football season.
This year there’s new Packers Lemon Cream Lowfat Milk in pint plastic bottles.
There’s also a range of Packers themed ice creams including Frozen Tundra , Go Pack Go Under the Stars , Leap and Pack Attack .
Prairie Farms grows its lactose-free milk line with new Lactose-Free Premium Chocolate Milk.
The dairy already produces several varieties of lactose-free white milks and North Star lactose-free ice cream bars.
“We frequently hear from consumers they would like to drink chocolate milk, but simply can’t because of their digestive issues,” says Rebecca Leinenbach, vice president of marketing and communications. “Prairie Farms listened and I’m happy to report that we can now offer them a great-tasting premium chocolate milk with no flavor compromises.”
Powered by a variety of lactose-free real dairy milk options, Prairie Farms is challenging the notion that consumers must switch to almond or soy beverages in order to avoid digestive issues. When compared to those products, real milk sourced from cows offers the additional benefit of eight essential nutrients and vitamins including calcium, protein, vitamins A, D and potassium not found in water or plant-based alternatives.
“Prairie Farms’ dairy farmers and cows work extra hard to bring milk to consumers and our job is to find ways for everyone to enjoy it,” says Leinenbach. “Now everyone can benefit from the nutrition and great taste of Prairie Farms premium chocolate milk regardless of lactose intolerance.”
To read more about this product, link HERE to the September 7, 2018, blog titled “Dairy Foods Innovation: It’s time to be better. That’s where your advantage lies.”
COLD-PRESSURED LACTOSE-FREE PROBIOTIC COFFEE CREAMER
JoeFroyo introduces Clean Label Creamer.
The innovators of Functional Cold Brew are rolling out the first and only 100% real half-and-half infused with seven probiotic cultures and manufactured using high-pressure processing.
The latter is a cold process that safely extends the refrigerated shelf life of fresh dairy cream without the use of damaging heat or preservatives.
The seven cultures are: Streptococcus thermophilus , Bifidobacterium lactis , Lactobacillus acidophilus , Lactobacillus casei , Lactobacillus rhamnosus , Lactobacillus delbrueckii ssp. lactis and ssp. bulgaricus .
The addition of lactase enzyme renders the creamer lactose free.
The liquid creamer comes in ready-to-pour 32-ounce bottles, as well as half-gallon and gallon jugs.
A 2-tablespoon serving contains 37 calories and 3 grams of fat.
There’s also a dried version available in a 16-ounce shakers and single-serve packets.
The Original variety will soon be joined by Toffee, Vanilla Cream and White Chocolate flavors.
To read more about this product, link HERE to the August 17, 2018, blog titled “Selling Dairy Proteins and Milkfat: An Opportunity in Cottage Cheese and Quark.”
Turner Dairy Farms introduces Turner’s Fresh Lactose-Free Milk.
Founded in 1930, Turner Dairy Farms has the same motto it’s been operating on since the beginning: Perfect Products, Perfect Service, Treat People Right.
The company markets award-winning, artificial growth hormone-free milk from local farms all located within 70 miles of its processing facility. A number of these partnerships span multiple decades and multiple generations.
The company is now making its milk lactose free through the addition of the lactase enzyme.
Rosa Brothers Milk Company introduces Horchata.
Horchata is traditionally a rice-based drink flavored with cinnamon and is often sold on the streets in Mexico and Central America.
The Rosa Brothers version blends milk with cinnamon, rice starch and other natural flavors.
It comes in single-serve 16-ounce non-returnable glass bottles and quart-size returnable glass bottles.
Bannister Downs Dairy now offers its milks and flavored milks in lightweight environmentally sustainable packaging.
The new flavored milks are Café au Lait, Chocolatté and Mango Smoothie.
Package sizes are multi-serving 1 liter Big Moo’s and 200-milliliter single-serve Mini Moo’s.
The larger pouches should re-seal themselves. The surface tension pulling the sides together as the product empties from the pouch creates a vacuum causing the sides of the pouch to pull together and seal it shut.
For a truly authentic flavor, the company flavors its farm-fresh milk with freshly percolated coffee, real cocoa or natural mango puree. Nothing artificial is ever added to the Bannister Downs flavored milk range.
Dairy Farmers of America offered limited quantities of Mülü.
Consumers are constantly chasing and looking for the next big trend in health drinks. As each new beverage hits the market, many forget about the original health drink: milk.
Recognizing some may need a reintroduction to what this wholesome beverage provides, Dairy Farmers of America is shaking up the dairy industry and shifting milk’s status quo.
On World Milk Day, which was June 1, DFA introduced Mülü, otherwise known as milk, the original energy-packed, vitamin-rich, one-ingredient super drink.
Milk offers 8 grams of high-quality protein per every 8-ounce ounce serving, more calcium than seven cups of broccoli and five essential vitamins , all without added sugar.
“Milk has been around for thousands of years, and during that time, the new and flashy has overshadowed what we know to be true,” says Monica Massey, senior vice president and chief of staff at DFA. “Research shows milk provides nutrition that is an important part of a balanced diet that no other beverage can deliver. Dairy has the power to nourish the body, bring joy to your day and enhance the way we experience food.”
DFA’s Mülü campaign repackaged milk in a 10-ounce plastic bottle with a new, modern look and a fresh name, along with a fun and interesting marketing campaign, to give milk the attention it deserves.
In addition to social media and other marketing efforts, DFA took Mülü to the streets of Kansas City—its headquarters–on June 1 to share the benefits of milk.
Consumers had the opportunity to sample Mülü.
The website states: This is a disclaimer. This product is milk. Mülü will not be sold in stores, but milk always is.
Nestlé introduces Artisan Café by Coffee-mate.
These natural refrigerated creamers are made with simple ingredients, such as real cream, sugar, buttermilk, milk and natural flavors.
Sold in 14-ounce recloseable plastic bottles, the creamer comes in two flavors. They are: Himalayan Salted Caramel and Tahitian Vanilla.
A 15-milliliter serving contains 3 grams of fat and 6 grams of sugar.
To read more about this product, link HERE to the May 11, 2018 blog titled “Next Generation Coffee-Dairy Products.”
New Dutch Farms Organic Milk comes in three varieties in half-gallon recloseable spouted cartons.
They are Skim, 2% and Whole. Cow-spotted gable-top cartons sport illustrations of happy cows.
NON-GMO CREAMERS JOIN BRAND’S FLUID MILK LINE
Danone North America rolls out Left Field Farms Coffee Creamer.
The brand is all about being non-GMO and promotes itself as: At Left Field Farms we do things differently. Because if you won’t eat GMOs, why should cows?
The creamer touts that it is made with “real milk, cream and sugar.”
The creamer comes in three varieties – Caramel, Sweet & Creamy, and Vanilla – in unique pitcher-style 32-ounce plastic bottles.
Unilever now uses eco-friendly package for Rama Cremefine cooking creams.
The new package is rolling out to the German and Austrian markets.
Rama Cremefine is a lighter alternative to full-fat dairy cream .
It comes in 7%, 15% and 19% fat versions. The 15% fat variety is also available as lactose free.
In addition, a vanilla cream sauce is available for desserts.
The 200-milliliter aseptic, single-use package is lightweight with an air-filled built-in handle.
Kemps, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dairy Farmers of America, introduces Probiotic Milk.
The new half-gallon cartons come in fat-free and 2% reduced-fat.
The milk contains Bifidobacteria and Lactobacillus acidophilus.
Carton fronts state: Supports healthy digestion.
Alexandre Family Farms introduces a line of extra-rich, cream-on-top milk.
This multi-generational northern California farm started in 1988. The family operates four grass-based organic dairies with crossbred milk cows on 4,300 acres of irrigated pasture.
The company is rolling out a line of vat pasteurized organic A2 milk.
The white variety is 6% milkfat and comes in 12-, 28- and 48-ounce glass bottles.
There’s 4.5% milkfat Chocolate, Ginger Turmeric and Vanilla in 12- and 28-ounce glass bottles.
An 8-ounce serving of the unique Ginger Turmeric flavor contains 200 calories, 10 grams of fat, 20 grams of sugar and 8 grams of protein.
To read more about this product, link HERE to the March 16, 2018, blog titled “Natural Products Expo West 2018: Fresh dairy observations to influence your future innovations.
Picnik introduces innovative functional creamer.
The five pillars of this new concept in creamer, which comes in 32-ounce aseptic cartons, are:
1. Grass-fed butter . This fuels the body with a sustained, clean energy that satiates appetite and reduces cravings.
2. MCT oil . Medium-chain fatty acid oil offers a cognitive boost, supports fat burn and balances mood and hormone levels.
3. Grass-fed whey protein . The body rapidly absorbs this protein to reduce hunger and sustain muscle growth.
4. Simple and convenient . The aseptic package offers a one-step solution to preparing butter coffee at home.
5. Mixes with any beverage . In addition to coffee, the functional creamer can be used in any beverage, hot or cold.
This new concept in no-sugar-added dairy creamer provides 15 calories, 1 gram of fat and 1 gram of protein per 1-tablespoon serving.
For more information on this product, read the Macrh 9, 2018, link HERE to the blog titled “Innovation Knows No Limits at Expo West 2018.”
MOOO-LICIOUS MILK FLAVORS Prairie Farms welcomes Spring with new limited-edition flavored milks.
The new MOOOO-licious line comes in Chocolate Marshmallow, Strawberry Crème, Orange Crème and Egg Nog flavors.
Gable-top quarts are available now through May, or while supplies last, at retail outlets throughout the Midwest and South.
“Our new MOOO-licious milk flavors welcome Spring in the sweetest way possible. Whether it’s a craving for chocolate, strawberry, or an orange creamsicle, Prairie Farms has a flavor for everyone,” says Rebecca Leinenbach, vice president of marketing and communications. “Offering consumers a variety of fun flavors throughout the year allows Prairie Farms to build on our leading market position as the top brand in the flavored milk category.”
Prairie Farms’ MOOO-licious packaging breaks the existing category norms. Colors and illustrations play an important role in differentiating between milk flavors. For each of the four varieties, a playful cow floats in a flavor-coordinated ring in a whimsical sea of milk. Each quart carton has a pastel background with illustrations of flavor elements found in the products, such as strawberries, marshmallows, orange crème swirls and dark chocolate bars.
Prairie Farms celebrates the launch of its MOOO-licious milk flavors with sweepstakes, giveaways, in-store sampling and other special surprises.
Fairlife grows its high-protein ultra-filtered milk line.
New fairlife DHA Whole Milk is a creamy, ultra-filtered cow’s milk with DHA omega-3 fatty acids to support brain health.
The new whole milk joins the company’s 2% ultra-filtered milk with DHA to complete the collection.
Both fairlife DHA products, formerly known as fairlife SuperKids, are available in 52-ounce bottles nationwide.
“As a dairy company rooted in innovation, fairlife is dedicated to consistently launching great-tasting products that provide essential nutrients and vitamins. And, as a mother and grandmother of triplets, I understand the health benefits derived from good nutrition and I want nothing more for my family,” says Sue McCloskey, dairy farmer and co-founder of fairlife LLC. “Scientists have linked these fatty acids to a variety of health benefits throughout life, including brain health and health aging. I’m thrilled to say that our new ultra-filtered whole milk option offers 125 milligrams of DHA omega-3 fatty acids in each serving. That’s more than triple the amount found in other DHA-milks.”
In addition to delivering more DHA than other omega-3 dairy products, each serving of fairlife DHA Whole Milk provides 13 grams of protein and 35% of the Daily Value of calcium.
All fairlife products are made with real cow’s milk filtered using a patented cold-filtration process to remove the lactose and sugars while maximizing the natural proteins and vitamins found in cow’s milk.
The suggested retail price of fairlife DHA Whole Milk is $4.49.
CALCIUM-ENRICHED, LACTOSE-FREE CHOCOLATE MILK
Aldi offers limited run of Friendly Farms specialty milk in U.S. stores.
The new Lactose Free Chocolate Milk is made with 1% low-fat milk that has been treated with lactase enzyme.
An 8-ounce glass of the calcium-enriched milk contains 160 calories, 2.5 grams of fat, 11 grams of added sugar and 9 grams of protein.
The side panel of the half-gallon recloseable carton states: Enjoy milk in your diet again!
Clover Sonoma, a third-generation family-owned and operated dairy, is growing its new Non-GMO Project Verified milk with five lactose-free options.
It is available in whole milk, 2% reduced-fat, 1% low-fat and fat-free white, as well as a chocolate whole milk.
“As the first and only Non-GMO Project Verified lactose-free milk, Clover Sonoma is meeting the needs of customers who are lactose intolerant and want to avoid GMOs,” says Marcus Benedetti, president and CEO at Clover Sonoma. “With Clover Sonoma Lactose Free Milk, everyone can enjoy the delicious non-GMO Clover dairy they love, and get the calcium and nutrients they need for a healthy lifestyle.”
People who might have chosen plant-based “milk” alternatives due to lactose intolerance may want to choose lactose-free milk for a more balanced nutrition profile, according to the company.
McGill University recently published a study that examined plant-based dairy alternatives and found cow’s milk is the most nutritious option. You can read the synopsis HERE .
Clover Sonoma Lactose Free Milk is sourced from Northern California farms and is produced by adding lactase enzymes to fresh milk, which breaks down the lactose into two more easily digested sugars: glucose and galactose. The half-gallon gable-top cartons will debut in April 2018 and retail for about $4.99.
To read more about this product, link HERE to the February 9, 2018, blog titled “Cold Brew Coffee and Milk Make the Perfect Match.”
Fonterra has launched a new fresh milk product in China in partnership with Hema Fresh, Alibaba’s innovative new retail concept that combines traditional bricks-and-mortar shopping with a digital experience.
The new Daily Fresh milk range is now available in Hema’s 14 stores in Shanghai and Suzhou in 750 milliliter bottles.
The milk is sourced directly from Fonterra’s farm hub in Hebei province.
The product boasts unique labels to match each day of the week in order to emphasize freshness, with stock being replenished overnight ready for each new day. Initial volumes are currently around three metric tonnes daily, with plans to scale-up over time and expand with the retailer as it rapidly grows its footprint of stores across China.
President of Fonterra Greater China Christina Zhu said this new product delivers to growing domestic demand for higher-quality fresh products, as part of the ‘premiumization’ of China’s consumer categories.
“Shoppers here in China are becoming increasingly sophisticated in terms of their tastes and preferences, which are being driven by rising household incomes,” says Zhu. “More than ever before, consumers are consciously seeking products that are fresh, nutritious and safe, and our new product for Hema caters to this.”
According to figures from McKinsey, it is expected that more than 75% of China’s urban consumers will earn RMB 60,000 to 229,000 each year by 2022. This is up from just 4% in the year 2000, prompting a marked shift in consumer behavior and purchasing power.
Linked to this trend is the rise of Hema, which emerged on the scene in early 2016. It is a major sign-post of China’s new retail trend, which Alibaba founder Jack Ma coined as being the intersection of online and offline shopping, logistics and data.
At Hema, consumers can either shop in-store using their mobile phones to browse and purchase, or order online for a 30-minute delivery within a three kilometer radius. Hema then utilizes the wealth of data it gathers to provide a tailored, personalized shopping experience for each customer.
Burroughs Family Farms now markets whole milk from Walnut Grove Creamery.
The vat-pasteurized, non-homogenized milk is made from pasture-raised California cows, with labels sporting the California milk seal.
The product is making its debut in cream-on-top whole milk in plastic quart and half-gallon containers.
The suggested retail price is $3.99 and $5.99, respectively.
Darigold introduces Salted Caramel Milk as part of its Old Fashioned Milk product line.
This rich, decadent beverage is made with farm-fresh whole milk and uses the highest-quality ingredients.
The new indulgent treat is available just in time for Valentine’s Day.
It can be enjoyed on its own or used as part of a recipe for milkshakes, ice cream or to spice up a bowl of cereal.
“This Salted Caramel Milk has us ready to throw those New Year’s resolutions out the door,” says Sam Cohen, senior director of marketing. “We are excited to expand our Old Fashioned Milk product line and improve flavored milk offerings. Our Salted Caramel Milk is a sweet treat that is also an excellent source of calcium and vitamin D.”
Darigold’s Salted Caramel Milk is available in a resealable pint-size bottle with a suggested retail price of $1.79.
The flavored milk is found in the refrigerated section at grocery stores in the Pacific Northwest.
Truly Irish Country Foods introduces Truly Yours Shakes.
The milk beverage comes in Chocolate, Strawberry and Vanilla flavors and took two years to develop.
The 150-calorie single-serve long-life milks are free of lactose, low in fat and loaded with casein and whey proteins, a whopping 18 grams.
They made their debut in Ireland and are available for distribution to the U.K., Netherlands, U.A.E., Qatar and Hong Kong.
In celebration of the Minnesota Viking’s postseason run, Kemps announced its limited-edition vanilla-flavored purple milk.
The “Purple Power” milk carries special packaging and hit retail grocery stores in Minnesota on January 5.
“As a Minnesota-based company, Kemps is excited to offer such a fun and tasty way to celebrate the team’s success and help fans show their support,” says Rachel Kyllo, senior vice president of growth and innovation. “Minnesota is home to hundreds of our local dairy farms and employees so we know firsthand how passionate the hometown fans are.”
The purple-colored vanilla milk is being produced locally right in the team’s home state at the Rochester milk manufacturing facility. More than 60% of the milk consumed in Minnesota is produced by Kemps and the Midwest dairy company sources all of its milk from family farms within 100 miles of the Rochester and Minneapolis facilities.
In the past, Kemps offered a green milk to celebrate the Green Bay Packers. This vanilla milk was produced in the heart of Packers country, 20 miles north of Milwaukee in the company’s Cedarburg, Wis., milk manufacturing facility.
More than half of all the milk consumed in Wisconsin is produced at the Kemps plant.
The Farmer’s Cow introduces Peppermint Milk.
The refreshing cool taste of peppermint candy is blended with smooth, creamy whole milk. It’s holiday cheer in a bottle!
Like all of the flavors of The Farmer’s Cow Limited Edition Milk, Peppermint Milk is produced in small batches and sold in collectible glass bottles. It has a bright red cap and signature holiday hang tag that make it perfect to serve on holiday tables or give as a hostess gift.
It is only available for a limited time, from early December through the winter holidays, while supplies last.
Peppermint Milk is a wholesome festive treat with 8 grams of protein per serving. There are no artificial flavors or colors, no high fructose corn syrup and no artificial growth hormones or antibiotics.
“This is our coolest flavor yet,” says Jim Smith, chairman of The Farmer’s Cow. “Like winter frost, Peppermint Milk is refreshing to bring out the holiday spirit. It is a versatile flavor that tastes great served cold, heated up or used as a mixer to make holiday ‘cowtails.’”
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