A new organic dessert is making its way onto more retail partners' shelves. St. Benoit Creamery announced it will be expanding the availability of its line of sofi™ Award-winning organic desserts with new retail partners Balducci’s and Kings Food Markets, Northbay Creameries, online at Imperfect Foods, and Amazon Fresh later in the year.
“What makes our product truly different and special is the quality of our ingredients,” Marketing Director Manon Servouse said. “Our fresh, local milk and cream from partners so close to the creamery creates a smooth, luxurious texture that makes these desserts exceptional.”
Made with certified organic milk from pasture-raised Jersey cows in Sonoma County, St. Benoit Creamery’s Organic Desserts deliver light and creamy spoonable luxury in sustainable glass packaging for a healthy, convenient treat that’s delicious and fun for kids and adults.
Flavors include elevated versions of nostalgic classics like Vanilla and TCHO Chocolate, which won a 2020 sofi Award (specialty outstanding food innovation) for best new product in the other dairy category. Snickerdoodle captures the taste of the classic buttery cinnamon cookie without the gluten and carbs while Salted Caramel combines richly flavorful caramel with a savory hint of sea salt.
According to the press release, each flavor is sold in individual resealable, reusable glass jars that are the perfect size for lunch bags, snacks, and after-dinner treats. Refrigerated jars stay fresh unopened for 100 days. The new Organic Desserts’ single-serving jars are especially convenient for safe gatherings during COVID.
St. Benoit Creamery Organic Desserts are sold in 3.5 oz glass jars. They are the ideal choice for consumers seeking a healthy but indulgent clean-label, limited-ingredient dairy dessert. The state-of-the-art LEED Gold-certified creamery signifies St. Benoit’s commitment to sustainability with solar power, a water recycling system, and other measures to decrease reliance on fossil fuels and reduce waste.
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