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Müller Wiseman Dairies has launched its first 250g packs of butter for the foodservice and retail convenience sectors, as it seeks new ways to add value to the milk it produces.
In Australia, Yoplait has launched its new Bon Appetit range of Greek yogurt with fruit pots, which it has described as a healthier, naturally fat-free snacking option.
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