Irvine, Calif.-based Good Culture says it debuted four new products, including its first-ever lactose-free line and a squeezable classic sour cream pouch. The new offerings are made with simple ingredients and can be found in retailers nationwide starting this summer.
Good Culture says it unveiled lactose-free cottage cheese, squeezable lactose-free sour cream in a pouch and lactose-free sour cream in a tub. The cottage cheese boasts 14 grams of protein per serving and is made with just five simple ingredients: milk from pasture-raised cows, cream, sea salt, live and active cultures and lactase enzyme. It is available in a 15-ounce tub for a suggested retail price of $3.49.
The sour cream pouch and tub are lactose-free versions of the brand's decadent, simple and cultured sour cream currently in-market today. The 12-ounce pouch has a suggested retail price of $2.99; the 15-ounce tub markets for $2.99.
Good Culture says it also added squeezable whole-milk classic sour cream in a pouch, which is a mess-free, spoon-free solution making sour cream easier and more convenient than ever. The sour cream is made with just four simple ingredients: milk from pasture-raised cows, cream, enzymes and live and active cultures. The 12-ounce pouch has a suggested retail price of $2.99.
"We are excited to drive continued expansion with more convenient pack formats and lactose-free options at leading retailers," says Jesse Merrill, CEO and co-founder of Good Culture. "We worked hard to create unique sour cream products that deliver a thicker and more flavorful experience using only simple ingredients, gut-friendly probiotic cultures and milk that is sourced from pasture-raised cows. We are also thrilled to make Good Culture accessible to lactose-sensitive folks looking for a clean, nutrient-dense and delicious experience."