Clover Fresh Full Cream Milk is a completely full cream milk. Clover's high quality standard ensures you get the best possible milk. Clover Fresh milk is hygienically treated throughout production to ensure long lasting freshness and it is also homogenised. Homogenization breaks down fat into smaller parts and distributes all the fat in the milk evenly, so that there is no visible cream layer on top, so even if you don't see it, you can still taste the rich flavour of a full cream milk. Our milk is also pasteurised, which means that it gets heated to the required temperature to make sure that all harmful organisms are killed and you only drink the goodness of fresh full cream milk.
Clover has 55 quality tests on every liter of milk to ensure freshness. Clover sources their milk from 270 specially selected farms. Clover keeps their milk below 4degrees throughout the cold chain to ensure quality and freshness.
An Introduction to Clover UHT Full Cream Milk & Clover Ultra Mel UHT Full Cream Milk
The quality and goodness is maintained for longer due to the UHT process (Ultra High Temperature) and special packaging that allows the product to be stored unopened for a period of 9 months without refrigeration. UHT Full Cream Milk should be refrigerated and consumed within 4 days after it has been opened.
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Clover Fresh Full Cream Milk
Clover Fresh Milk 2% Low Fat
Clover Fresh Milk 1% Low Fat
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Latest Clover Milk Brand Activity
Keeping at the forefront of innovation in the dairy industry, Clover is launching an Ultra Pasteurised milk variant, which bridges the gap between fresh and long-life milk, and features a shelf-life of 30-days from the day of packing.
Clover understands that making the lives of South Africans Way Better each day is as much about reaching out to those in need as it is about producing dairy products that consistently meet Clover’s high standards.
Long-life milk is set to receive an elegant new makeover thanks to the recent launch of Clover’s new long-life milk packaging.
Clover launches its 1% low fat fresh milk The One™ this October, making it a first for this leader in milk produce and for the market.
In recognition of the importance of the lower LSM market, Clover has launched an interactive campaign searching for the most loved KOTA using Clover Individually Wrapped Process Cheese Slices.
Picking up one good habit just got easier with the launch of new Clov er The One™ long-life milk Who said January is the only time to make healthy resolutions? Consumers can empower themselves everyday by making one simple choice that will have a positive impact on their long-term health.
Clover was recently reconfirmed as a brand with a firm place in the hearts and minds of South Africans when it won in the milk category in the TGI Iconic Brands survey for 2013.
As part of Nelson Mandela Day, Clover donated 1,200 bottles of Clover Mmmilk to thirsty learners at Denver Primary School, where The Star newspaper and LeadSA spent the day on July, 18.
Food issues to threaten US-EU free trade deal
18/12/2013 - 10:16
Genetically modified crops, chlorine-washed chicken, beef quotas and a fight over who can call Greek-style cheese “feta” all block the way towards the largest free trade deal.
Zambeef share price in marginal drop
10/07/2013 - 08:55
Zambeef Products Plc share price on the Lusaka Stock Exchange (LuSE) has declined by two percent over the last few weeks following reports of alleged importation of contaminated beef, Stock Broker Zambia Limited (SBZL) has said.
Clover to head for the coast as travel costs rise
22/03/2013 - 08:26
Dairy producer Clover is investigating the possibility of moving its cheese facility closer to milk sources at the coast. This would save on transport and distribution costs, the firm said this week.
Clover and Nestlé SA unveil new entity
04/03/2013 - 07:47
Johannesburg - Clover Industries [JSE:CLR] and Nestlé SA on Friday announced the formation of the new entity‚ called Clover Waters.
No food price fireworks ahead - economists
11/02/2013 - 09:11
Johannesburg - There won’t be food price fireworks this year, but the cost of locally produced fresh produce like fruit and vegetables could potentially soar because of increased labour wages, proposed electricity hikes and surging fuel prices.