Good Culture launches a range of lactose-free dairy products | 2021-08-20

IRVINE, CA. — Cultured food brand Good Culture is launching a slew of new products, including its first lactose-free line and squeezable sour cream packets. The offerings are made with pasture milk from small family farms in the Midwest and feature live, working cultures.

The new lactose-free cottage cheese is made with five ingredients: milk, cream, sea salt, live and active cultures and the enzyme lactase. Each serving contains 14 grams of protein. The cottage cheese comes in a 15oz tub and retails for $3.49.

The Lactose Free Sour Cream Sachet and the Lactose Free Sour Cream Jars are lactose-free versions of the brand’s cultured sour cream. The 12oz sachet and 15oz jar both sell for $2.99.

Good Culture’s new Classic Squeezable Whole Milk Sour Cream packet is made with four ingredients: milk, cream, enzymes, and live and active cultures. Each 12oz pouch sells for $2.99.

“We are excited to continue our expansion with more convenient packaging formats and lactose-free options at major retailers,” said Jesse Merrill, CEO and Co-Founder of Good Culture. “We’ve worked hard to create unique sour cream products that deliver a thicker, tastier experience using only simple ingredients, gut-friendly probiotic cultures, and milk from pasture-raised cows. We’re also excited to make Good Culture accessible to lactose-sensitive people looking for a clean, nutrient-dense and delicious experience.

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