Graham’s The Family Dairy debuts new line of high-protein ice cream

UK – The family-owned dairy company, Graham The Family Dairy has launched a new line of high-protein ice cream, Goodness Ice Cream to expand its dairy products offering.

The new range provides consumers with a great tasting choice, is lower in sugar and lower in calories, featuring 310 calories per tub.

Apart from being a good source of fibre, the new ice cream has over 20g of protein in each tub and only a quarter of the calories compared to other creams.

Made with Scottish milk and cream from various farmers, the Goodness Ice Cream range comes in five flavours: white chocolate with raspberry ripple, salted caramel, espresso caramel, mint choc chip, and chocolate dulce de leche.

It will be available in Lidl stores across the UK from the beginning of March to offer consumers great-tasting and yet healthy products to choose from.

Grahams said that they are ideal in maintaining a balanced and healthy daily lifestyle as every ‘spoonful of Graham’s Dairy Goodness ice cream will now be a guilt free pleasure’.

“Our Goodness range of ice cream is a perfect complement to all our latest high protein dairy products due to their natural, fresh ingredients created by a Scottish family business,” said Robert Graham, Managing Director of Graham’s the Family Dairy.

“By choosing our Goodness Ice Cream, you are choosing a tasty, healthier ice cream that is bursting with flavour and nutritional benefits.

Innovation and product development are something we pride ourselves on, so we will continue to create delicious and nutritional dairy products for our customers from all over Scotland, as well as the rest of the UK.

We hope that our customers will be as excited about our new Goodness Ice Creams as we are”.

Graham’s The Family Dairy is a Scotland based company producing Gold, Organic, milk, butter, ice cream, cheese, yoghurt, cream, cottage cheese, soured cream, quark, Protein 22, Skyr, Protein 40.

Last month, the company entered into a five-year partnership with Aldi worth approximately US$71.06 million, to supply the supermarket with fresh Scottish milk in all its stores across Scotland.

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