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A Big List of Dairy Product Launches and Innovations for the First Half of 2024

World 14.06.2024
Source: The DairyNews
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The editorial team at Dairynews.today has compiled a review of the most notable new products and launches on the dairy shelves from January to June 2024. Here are some of the standout offerings.
A Big List of Dairy Product Launches and Innovations for the First Half of 2024
January:

US organic dairy company Straus Family Creamery launched a new range of organic low-fat kefirs, available in plain and blueberry flavors. Packaged in reusable glass bottles, these products align with the company’s commitment to climate-resilient practices and zero-waste goals.
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 Häagen-Daz entered the snackable ice cream market with Bites, a new ice cream format available in salted caramel and chocolate flavors, catering to the growing demand for bite-size ice cream products.
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Müller Yogurt & Desserts, in partnership with Mondelēz’s Cadbury brand, introduced milkshakes in chocolate and chocolate caramel flavors in the UK and Ireland, using milk from UK farms and Cadbury milk chocolate.
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Carnation Breakfast Essentials, a Nestlé Health Science brand, unveiled its new fruit and protein nutritional smoothie. The Strawberry Banana Smoothie contains fruit purees equivalent to 1/3 cup of fruit and 21 vitamins and minerals, providing a nutritious breakfast option with 50% less sugar than other refrigerated juice and smoothie brands.
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Seattle-based Darigold Inc. launched Belle, a brand of dairy-based coffee creamers, available in Vanilla, Sweet Cream, Hazelnut Latte, and Caramel flavors, made with only five simple ingredients and no oils or fillers.
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Yoplait Protein offered a convenient way for consumers to meet their protein goals with flavors like Vanilla, Strawberry, and Key Lime Pie.
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Kraft Singles introduced three new flavors: Jalapeño, Garlic & Herb, and Caramelized Onion, marking the first flavor expansion in nearly a decade.
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February:

Froneri added two new flavors under its Nuii chocolate ice cream stick brand: Caramelised Salted Almond & New Zealand Honey, and a honey-flavored variant combined with creamy vanilla ice cream and milk chocolate.
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Prairie Farms expanded its ready-to-drink category with new single-serve options in Mocha and Caramel flavors.
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Unilever-owned brand Magnum launched two new ice cream stick innovations: Pink Lemonade and Blueberry Cookie, the latter being a vegan variant.
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March:

Alexandre Family Farm introduced the first A2/A2 organic digestible dairy European-style sour cream, supporting a healthy gut microbiome with live active probiotic cultures.
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Sargento added new products to its snacking lineup: Fun! Balanced Breaks, Fiesta Pepper, and Smokehouse String Cheese Snacks.
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Gifford’s Ice Cream announced its first year-round pint line with seven new flavors.
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Bubbies Ice Cream introduced three new mochi ice cream flavors: Chocolate Peanut Butter, Churro, and Mint Chocolate Chip.
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Organic Valley launched Flavor Favorites, a new line of organic cheeses including Italian Herb Mozzarella Shreds and Spicy Cheddar Slices.
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April:

Inspired by the STAR WARS saga, TruMoo introduced Blue Milk, a limited-time vanilla-flavored low-fat milk.
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Prairie Farms Dairy announced major additions to the lactose-free category with new whole and 2% milk, cottage cheese, and sour cream products.
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International Delight, in collaboration with Hershey’s, unveiled new REESE'S Iced Coffee in ready-to-sip cans.
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Danone North America launched REMIX, a variety of yogurts and dairy snacks with mix-ins under its Light + Fit, Oikos, and Too Good & Co. brands.
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Crystal Farms Dairy Co. introduced 10 new cheese items, including Deluxe Melts and Snack Cubes.
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Belton Farm rebranded its Red Fox aged Red Leicester cheese, enhancing packaging and branding.
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La Colombe Coffee Roasters launched new 11 fluid-oz. Draft Latte cans under Chobani leadership.
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May:

Arla Foods signed a licensing agreement with Mondelēz International to produce and distribute Milka chocolate milk in three European countries.
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Anchor Squeezy, a new product combining butter and rapeseed oil in a squeezable bottle, was launched to simplify baking.

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June:

Milkadamia launched Organic Artisan, its first USDA organic macadamia nut milk, nationwide in Whole Foods Market.
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Frigo Cheese Heads introduced a new whole milk string cheese product with new packaging featuring its unique cheese characters.
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Outshine Fruit & Yogurt Smoothies launched a limited-edition Fruit Cocktail Kit for creating summer beverages.
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NIÚKE unveiled QmilQ, a quinoa milk brand co-founded by LatinaX entrepreneur Jessica Castellano.
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Clawson Farms introduced six new flavored cheese wheels under its new range of wax truckles.
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Starbucks, in partnership with Arla, launched a high-protein RTD coffee range with 20g of protein per bottle.
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Japanese coffee company Ueshima launched two RTD canned coffee varieties into the UK market.
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