COTTAGE CHEESE TRANSFORMED: SURPRISINGLY SOPHISTICATED AND SEXY
THE HEALTHY MINI-MEAL FOR A VIBRANT LIFESTYLE
Cottage Cheese, a woefully overlooked, undervalued and terribly misunderstood food category has undergone a complete and stunning makeover with the launch of good culture™. (www.goodculture.com) The brand new line of organic cottage cheese products features savory and sweet varieties that include the delectable strawberry chia, blueberry açai chia, sundried tomato, Mediterranean-inspired kalamata olive and the pure, unadulterated classic, all sold in convenient 5.3 ounce packs. Greek yogurt- move over! Cottage cheese is poised to be the next big protein purveyor.
With close attention paid to what today’s health conscious, active population wants, good culture’s proprietary recipe is high in protein, calcium, and live probiotic cultures. It’s certified organic, without all the artificial, scary ingredients that filled the cottage cheese grandma ate with her soggy pineapple cubes. Also, the “happy” cows providing the certified, organic milk for good culture are not subjected to artificial hormones or antibiotics (how many of us can say that?) and living the good life on sustainable family farms in Wisconsin. And FYI– just last month – good culture was named as a finalist in the World Dairy Innovation Awards 2015.
This is not diet food, although it is low in calories and sugar. Instead it’s a filling, fabulous mini-meal – with benefits. (Sounds pretty sexy actually…) The mouthfeel is fabulous, thicker and creamier, with nary a watery curd in sight. And – adding to the culinary elegance of good culture is a philanthropic heart. The company will donate 1% of sales to 1% For the Planet, a global organization dedicated to protecting the environment. good culture, founded lovingly by partners Jesse Merrill and Anders Eisner, launches on August 4 and will be available in the Southern Pacific Region of Whole Foods Market and other natural retailers. A national rollout will follow shortly after.