Restrictions may be easing, but that doesn’t mean retailers should turn their backs on the take-home packs that have proven popular during the pandemic.
Flavoured milk brand Jersey Dairy has been pushing forward with its sustainability drive, having successfully become the first dairy to achieve LEAF Marque status.
Flavoured milk is big business in Scotland, with the category now worth £36 million and growing at 9% year on year – according to IRI data for the 52 weeks to 12 June.
General Mills has added some indulgence to its drinkable yogurt range, YOP, with the launch a new chocolate flavoured yogurt drink.
Dan Chesbrough of Friesland Campina talks dairy drinks in convenience
Inspiring families to get active together is at the heart of an Olympics promotion from Yoplait Kids
With the nation’s eyes on big sports events this summer, Kerry Foods has launched two limited edition ranges into its Strings & Things portfolio
Packed with protein and available in a broad range of flavours, dairy-based drinks tick a lot of boxes for consumers
A Scottish distillery has taken a novel approach to tackling coronavirus, by producing a face mask made from milk.
Theme parks promo is back
Scottish dairy producer Graham’s has submitted a planning application to create a new low-carbon facility in Fife.
General Mills has been looking to tap into what it sees as increasing demand for drinkable yoghurt.
Category flying in Scotland says Mars
Despite a drop in consumers on the move, milkshake machine supplier Rich Products has reported an increase in enquiries for its F’real brand.
Lockdown hasn’t taken any wind from the sails of frozen milkshake machine supplier F’real
Scottish cheddar brand Galloway has been appearing on STV as part of a new sponsorship campaign