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Thursday, January 07, 2010

Lactose-Free Butter a Top Dairy Innovation

Geoff Platt, the editor of Dairy Innovation magazine, named his top innovations of 2009 at FoodBev.com.

Why pay attention to Dairy Innovations? Because some of them are new lactose-free products for us.

Bayernland launched a 330ml bottle of buttercream for use in the kitchen, under its Butaris brand label. The pure butter is lactose-free and in a new format designed to attract younger customers.


The format, they say, is designed to attract younger customers.

Bayernland is a German company, so no telling when this innovation may hit the U.S.

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