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Daisy introduces sour cream dips
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FoodBev Media

15 September 2023

Daisy introduces sour cream dips

US sour cream and cottage cheese brand, Daisy, has introduced a new range of sour cream dips. The range is available in two variants: French Onion, which offers a rich caramelly-toasted onion flavour with garlic undertones, and Creamy Ranch, featuring a full-bodied garlic flavour with a blend of spices. Daisy's sour cream dips are made with clean ingredients, and are free from thickeners, stabilisers, preservatives, added MSG and non-dairy allergens. "Daisy Dips are delicately blended to deliver a creamy, dynamic flavour that is so fresh you would swear they were made from scratch," said Erik Christensen, director of marketing at Daisy. "We are excited for consumers to now be able to dip a dollop with Daisy." The dips are currently available at select national and regional retailers.

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