Anchor cream now selling in Australian supermarkets
Although the country originates from New Zealand, all of the Australian sold creams will be made using Australian-sourced dairy produce.
Anchor has set up a new plant in Cobden, South West Victoria that source milk from 34 local dairy farmers.
The creams come with a screw top lid to help avoid spills and measurement markers to make any cooking easier.
Three types of creams are currently available for purchase – pure cream, thickened cream and light thickened cream. The creams come in 250mL and 500mL bottle options with recommended retail prices starting from AUD$2.49 and going up to AUD$3.79.
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