On a mission for ‘goodness’ sake

ANTICIPATING continued growth over the next five years for low sugar, high-protein on-the-go snacks, Rowan Glen says it is on a ‘goodness mission’ to meet consumer demand.

As part of its focus on nutritious foods, the farmer-owned dairy company launched of its Pots of Goodness range last year.

The Greek-style yogurt, available as ‘Little Pots of Goodness’ (4x120g) and a ‘Big Pot of Goodness’ (450g), has 0% added sugar, 0% fat  and is enriched with vitamin D. The range of multi-pack yogurts comes in Strawberry, Peach & Apricot, Raspberry & Blueberry and Black Cherry flavours. There are three flavours in the large sharing pot: Strawberry, Peach & Apricot and Natural.

A spokesperson said: “As one of Scotland’s leading dairy producers, the co-operative is renowned for its extensive range of high-quality, nutritious products making it a one stop dairy shop for all the family.
“The Rowan Glen range provides quality you know you can rely on, from its creamy cheddar, butter and spreads to its tempting desserts.”