Cultured Dairy, Condiments and Spreads 2018

(Cottage Cheese, Cream Cheese, Dips, Dressings, Sour Cream and Spreads)


  • GRASS-FED ORGANIC SKYR (posted January 3, 2018)
  • Lifeway Foods now offers traditional Icelandic-style skyr.
  • Known for its rich flavor, creamy texture and potent health benefits, skyr has been a part of Icelandic cuisine for centuries.
  • Made in small batches, Lifeway Skyr contains 14 probiotic cultures, including 2 strains that are essential to authentic Icelandic Skyr.
  • The cultured dairy product is made with organic whole milk and packed with 18 grams of protein.
  • There are five varieties. They are: Ancient Grains, Blueberry, Honey, Plain and Wildberry.
  • The organic skyr is sold in a resealable cup with a spoon for a suggested retail price of $1.99.
  • For more information, link HERE.

  • PRIVATE-LABEL SINGLE-SERVE COTTAGE CHEESE CUPS (posted December 27, 2017)
  • Meijer adds on-the-go cups of cottage cheese to its cultured dairy line up.
  • The 5-ounce containers with foil seal contain 2% milkfat small curd cottage cheese.
  • The plain variety provides 15 grams of protein per container.
  • The fruit flavors—Pineapple and Strawberry—contains 12 grams of protein.
  • The single-serve cups retail for 99 cents. Promotion price is 89 cents.
  • For more information, link HERE.

 

 

Nutty, Cheesy Condiment

To make its new Blue Cheese Roasted Pecan Dip, private-label retailer Trader Joe’s combines blue cheese crumbles and chopped pecans with cream cheese and sour cream.

Roasting the pecans provides extra flavor, as well as locks in some crunch.

The dip is considered a premium product thanks to the visually appealing crumbles of cheese and decent-sized pieces of pecans.

This perishable, refrigerated savory condiment complements crackers, as well as veggies, and also functions as a sandwich spread.

Sold in 8-ounce tubs, a 2-tablespoon serving contains 110 calories.