Ice cream companies live and die by their flavors. At Blue Bell Creameries, a product development team considers as many as 300 ideas every year before whittling them down to five to be launched in grocery and foodservice channels.
Snowville Creamery, Pomeroy, Ohio, received approval by the Ohio Department of Agriculture to label its products as coming from pastured cows fed only non-GMO (genetically modified organisms) feeds and forage.
Slowly but surely, the Texas creamery has been expanding throughout the United States. Today it sells into groceries and foodservice accounts in 23 states. A reputation for flavors and a focus on customer service helps the company grow.
fairlife LLC, the processing arm of dairy co-op Select Milk Producers, ultra-filters milk to increase protein content by 50%.
February 3, 2015
Fairlife ultra-filtered milk is rolling out nationwide now thanks to distribution from The Coca-Cola Co.'s Minute Maid division. The product is available in fat-free, reduced fat (2%), whole and chocolate reduced fat (2%) varieties.