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Dairy Foods Go 'Round The Horn in this week's FSIs

October 24, 2011
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Milk, butter, yogurt and cheese are promoted in this week's free-standing inserts. Dairy processors include Dean Foods, Land O'Lakes, Mountain High and Bel Brands USA.



FSI report for the week beginning Oct. 23, 2011

Milk, butter, yogurt and dairy dips are promoted in this week's free-standing inserts. Ice cream is the only dairy category not represented.

 

Dean Foods introduces its 1% chocolate milk, called TruMoo. The FSI directs readers to "Share your TruLove" at its Facebook page.

 


Land O'Lakes
instructs readers to "Bake A Little Joy" with Land O Lakes butter. It offers a holiday recipe brochure, available without cost through a toll-free number or on the landolakes.com website. The FSI includes the Box Tops for Education logo.

 


Mountain High Yoghurt
headlines its product "Extraordinary Yoghurt. Pure and Simple." It offers recipes at its website, MountainHighYoghurt.com.

 


Bel Brands USA
touts its Boursin brand of spreadable cheese, available in five flavors.

 


Rich Products Corp.
promotes its FarmRich snacks made with cheese, including Mozzarella Bites.

 

 


See a slide show of all of this week's free-standing inserts.

 

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