Darigold Introduces Salted Caramel Flavor As Part Of Old Fashioned Line

SEATTLE — Darigold today announces Salted Caramel Milk as part of its Old Fashioned Milk product line. This rich, decadent beverage is made with farm fresh whole milk, utilizing the highest-quality ingredients.

The new salted caramel milk is an indulgent treat available just in time for Valentine’s Day. It can be enjoyed on its own or used as part of a recipe for milkshakes, ice cream or to spice up a bowl of cereal.

“This Salted Caramel Milk has us ready to throw those New Year’s resolutions out the door,” said Sam Cohen, senior director of marketing at Darigold. “We are excited to expand our Old Fashioned Milk product line and improve flavored milk offerings. Our Salted Caramel Milk is a sweet treat that is also an excellent source of calcium and vitamin D.”

Darigold’s Salted Caramel Milk is available in a resealable pint-size bottle, with a suggested retail price of $1.79. The flavored milk is found in the refrigerated section at grocery stores in the Pacific Northwest.

As a permanent addition to Darigold’s existing Old Fashioned Milk line, salted caramel lovers can add this milk to their running grocery lists. Along with its Old Fashioned Milk, Darigold also produces the finest cheese, butter, sour cream, cottage cheese, whipping cream, half & half, creamers, lactose-free milk and RE:FUEL, a protein recovery shake. Darigold’s entire line of dairy products is rBST free.

About Darigold

Headquartered in Seattle, Darigold, Inc. is the marketing and processing subsidiary of Northwest Dairy Association (NDA), which is owned by nearly 500 dairy farm families. NDA members ship approximately 8.4 billion pounds of milk annually from farms in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana. Darigold, Inc. produces a full line of dairy-based products for retail, foodservice, commodity and specialty markets, and is one of the largest U.S. dairy processors. Darigold, Inc. operates 11 processing plants throughout the Northwest, processing high-quality milk produced by its dairy farm families. For more information, see www.darigold.com.

Source: Darigold