September 1, 2003
Mayfield Dairy Farms, Athens, Tenn., introduces Sour Pops, a frozen treat sure to make the kids pucker up.
Mayfield Dairy Farms, Athens, Tenn., introduces Sour Pops, a frozen treat sure to make the kids pucker up. The new water ice is a sour variation of Mayfield's fruit-flavored Pop Stix. Sour Pops come in a cherry, lemon and lime variety 12-pack and are a nonfat, low-calorie snack.
Marshall, Calif.-based Straus Family Creamery introduces Organic Vanilla Bean, Dutch Chocolate and Raspberry Super Premium Ice Creams. Made using only organic ingredients and no gums or artificial colorings, these superpremium ice creams contain 17% butterfat. The vanilla ice cream is made with real ground vanilla bean. The raspberry is made with raspberry puree; no concentrates or artificial flavorings are added. The Dutch processed cocoa used in the chocolate ice cream is created under organic regulations, with alkali, to give a deeper flavor. The base ingredients are simply cream, milk, sugar and egg yolk.
New Lowfat Apple-Raisin joins the extensive cottage cheese line of Jericho, N.Y.-based Friendship Dairies Inc. Available in 8-oz containers, graphics boldly inform consumers: Good to Go!
America's largest organic cooperative introduces fresh, organic, single-serve milk. Organic Valley Family of Farms, La Farge, Wis., rolls out two varieties of milk -- 2% white and 2% chocolate -- under its namesake brand. Both products are ultra-pasteurized and retail for about $1.49 per 11-oz plastic bottle.