Douglasdale Dairy re-launches cream packaging
Nov 12th, 08:05
After strong feedback from loyal customers, Douglasdale Dairy has once again launched their 1-litre bottle of cream in its original eye catching cream-coloured bottle with the customary resealable gold cap, making it stand out from the other white-coloured milk products on shelf. The 250 ml cream bottle similarly incorporates the traditional packaging design using Douglasdale Dairy’s signature “cow print” with strawberry and cream logo.
These plastic bottles provide a convenient lightweight packaging solution, which offers customers the added convenience of a resealable screw cap. This packaging also offers customers a number of advantages including, ease of opening, ease of storage, bottles that pour well, are drip proof, tampering can be easily detected and bottles reseal to keep in the freshness and prolong the longevity of the product.
Douglasdale Dairy cream has a minimum butterfat content of 33%. The whipping quality of the cream actually improves 24 hours after production. If fresh cream does not whip easily, this is often as a result of it being too fresh.
Look out for Douglasdale Dairy fresh cream bottles available on shelf in Gauteng, Middelburg, Rustenburg and surrounding areas at Pick n Pay, Shoprite Checkers, Spar, and selected Cash & Carry outlets, including independent wholesalers and retailers.
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