Good Culture debuts lactose-free sour cream, cottage cheese line

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Good Culture is catering to those who cannot tolerate lactose or are simply choosing to cut it out of their diets.

The Irvine, Calif.-based cultured food brand announced the launch of a new line of products, which include lactose-free sour cream and cottage cheeses.

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Made with simple ingredients, pasture-raised milk, and live and active cultures, the new launches include:

  • Lactose-Free Cottage Cheese, made with pasture-raised milk, cream, sea salt, live and active cultures and lactase enzyme, contains 14 g of protein per serving;
  • Squeezable Lactose-Free Sour Cream Pouch and Tub, a lactose-free version of its cultures sour cream; and
  • Squeezable Whole Milk Classic Sour Cream Pouch, made with pasture-raised milk, cream, enzymes, and live and active cultures, offers consumers a mess-free and spoon-free solution.

“We are excited to drive continued expansion with more convenient pack formats and lactose free options at leading retailers,” Jesse Merrill, chief executive officer and co-founder of Good Culture said. “We worked hard to create unique sour cream products that deliver a thicker and more flavorful experience using only simple ingredients, gut-friendly probiotic cultures and milk that is sourced from pasture-raised cows. We are also thrilled to make Good Culture accessible to lactose-sensitive folks looking for a clean, nutrient-dense and delicious experience.”

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Consumers can now find Good Culture’s lactose-free line at retailers nationwide for retail prices that range from $2.99 to $3.49.