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Glenilen Farm Launches New Children’s Yoghurt Range

By Sarah O'Sullivan
Glenilen Farm Launches New Children’s Yoghurt Range

Glenilen Farm has introduced a range of no-added-sugar kids’ yoghurt pouches featuring locally sourced dairy, it was announced this week.

The West Cork company launched the product as Kantar revealed that 89% of children’s yoghurt brands are imported into Ireland.

The new offering builds on the success of the brand’s move into convenient pouch formats last year.

It is a welcome addition to its children’s range.

The yoghurt pouch not only offers more variety to customers – it reinforces Glenilen Farm’s dedication to quality and sustainability.

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Perfect for a healthy on-the-go snack, Glenilen Farm’s no-added-sugar kids’ yoghurt pouches are packed with gut-friendly cultures and made with natural ingredients.

Available in banana and natural flavours, the pouches are designed to cater to the needs of both parents and children.

The pouch format helps young children feed themselves, making the product ideal for weaning from six months onward.

Commenting on the launch, the founder of Glenilen Farm, Alan Kingston, said, “We are thrilled to introduce our no-added-sugar kids’ yoghurt pouches to the market.

“As a family-run farm, we understand the importance of providing wholesome, locally sourced options for families.

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“With these new pouches, we aim to make healthy snacking easier and more enjoyable for parents and children alike.”

The milk used in Glenilen Farm’s products is sourced from neighbouring farms in Drimoleague, West Cork.

The company’s commitment to local sourcing supports the community and sustainable farming practices.

Glenilen Farm’s no-added-sugar kids’ yoghurt pouches are available in stores nationwide from this week.

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