UK’s First Fresh Milk Enriched With Essential Nutrients Launched

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UK’s First Fresh Milk Enriched With Essential Nutrients Launched

UK’s First Fresh Milk Enriched With Essential Nutrients Launched
April 23
09:44 2015

Arla Foods, the farmer-owned dairy company, has unveiled Arla Big Milk, the UK’s first fresh milk enriched with essential nutrients to help support children’s growth and development as part of their balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

Arla Big Milk has been developed to specifically meet the needs of children from ages one to five, made with 100 per cent British whole cows’ milk finely filtered for freshness and includes:

* Calcium – naturally rich in calcium needed for normal growth and development of bones in children;

* Added Vitamin D for normal growth and development of bones in children;

* Added Iron that contributes to normal cognitive development of children; and

* Added Vitamin A which contributes to a toddler’s normal development and growth, keeping eyes, skin and the immune system healthy.

ArlaBigMilkThe creation of Arla Big Milk is part of Arla’s strategy to support British farmers by developing innovative products to add value to the milk category. It follows the recent launch of Arla Protein and Arla Skyr into the UK market; all three products reflect the company’s aim to make Arla a UK household name brand and dial-up the inherent naturalness of dairy.

Stuart Ibberson, Category Director, Arla, sayd: “This is a truly innovative fresh milk product and we developed it after identifying a gap in the market to support parents making the switch to fresh cows’ milk as well as working with a range of experts. Being owned by farmers, it’s also important that we make the most from their milk.”

Arla Big Milk is now available in leading supermarkets in a 2 litre format with an RSP of £2.25 and will be supported with an initial £2 million integrated marketing campaign that is specifically targeted at parents of toddlers with a campaign strapline ‘Let ‘Em Go Big’.

The campaign will include print advertising, in-store promotions, working with industry experts and commentators and a partnership with Mumsnet, the UK’s biggest network for mums as well as a dedicated digital and social media campaign.

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