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Coffee-mate Releases Natural Bliss Refrigerated Dairy Creamer

September 9, 2011
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The Coffee-mate brand from Nestlé USA, Glendale, Calif., which is associated with nondairy coffee creamer in powder and liquid form, can now be found on refrigerated dairy creamers named Natural Bliss. Sold in 16-ounce bottles topped with a convenient recloseable pour spout, Natural Bliss is described as being made with only four simple ingredients: milk, cream, sugar and natural flavor. Available in three varieties — caramel, sweet cream and vanilla — the creamer was created to offer dairy lovers the option to add flavor to their coffee, naturally, according to the company. But its use does not stop with java. The company is further promoting Natural Bliss as a cooking and dessert cream through culinary efforts by Claire Robinson, host of “5 Ingredient Fix,” a Food Network series featuring recipes made with five ingredients or fewer. Natural Bliss counts as one.

“Coffee-mate has been the coffee creamer brand of choice for generations, and millions of people around the world can choose from more than 20 flavors to personalize their cup of coffee,” says Vilma Livas, marketing manager. “Now with Natural Bliss we’re giving people who whiten their coffee with dairy an opportunity to experience the delicious flavor that Coffee‐mate is known for in a brand new, all-natural way.”


 

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