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    Golden Acre extends yogurt range with new low fat ‘Smooth Toffee’ recipe

    World foods and category management expert Golden Acre Foods has extended its successful range of Golden Acre yogurts with the launch of a new low fat Smooth Toffee recipe that is long life, ambient, low fat and suitable for vegetarians.

    The new, smooth and creamy recipe is schools compliant making it suitable for the education sector, in addition to the NHS, health and hospitality sectors and independent retailers via wholesale outlets. Golden Acre Low Fat Smooth Toffee yogurt has a six-week shelf life and doesn’t need to be chilled, helping to minimise waste and offering versatility for a range of usage occasions.

    Golden Acre Foods first launched its yogurts in 1999 and since then has gone from strength to strength, selling 36 million pots last year across a number of channels – a figure that is growing at 6.6 per cent by volume per annum.

    “The new Smooth Toffee recipe is a great addition to our existing range of Low Fat, Fat Free and Thick & Creamy yogurts which are hugely popular as they appeal to a wide range of customers due to their great taste, variety of range and versatility – especially as they don’t need to be refrigerated and have a long shelf life,” said Golden Acre Foods head of marketing Rebecca Cutter. “They are ideal for school lunchboxes, hospitality and foodservice, hospitals and care homes as well as independent retailers who may have limited chiller space or are worried about wastage.”

    Golden Acre Low Fat Smooth Toffee yogurt (100g) is available nationwide from foodservice and retail wholesalers including Bidfood and Bestway.

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