Dairy farmers launches no added sugar range (still ‘udderly’ delicious!)
One of Australia’s leading milk brands, Dairy Farmers, is set to launch its latest product development – Dairy Farmers Classic No Sugar Added (NSA)range.
Aussie flavored milk lovers can get their hands on both the new classic chocolate and strawberry 500ml from Monday 6 April.
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 serve. All this, without any compromise in the delicious, smooth and creamy texture.
Lion Dairy & Drinks Marketing and Innovation Director Darryn Wallace said consumers were looking for great tasting products, without the added sugar.
“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,” he said.
“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.
“The Classic range is especially adored by many Australians and we’re delighted to be able to provide them with an updated version that delivers the familiar flavors and creamy texture they enjoy, with no sugar added.”
Both the chocolate and strawberry no sugar added flavours are set to hit the shelves at selected convenience and petrol stores throughout NSW, QLD, VIC and SA from Monday 6 April 2020 and at Coles from Monday 4 May.
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