I cannot even count how many times I’ve flung sour cream all over my kitchen counters trying to get the perfect cream to taco ratio. You either can’t get it off the spoon or you get a giant blob of it that ruins the integrity of your otherwise expertly crafted meal. I come bearing good news, however—Daisy Brand Sour Cream may have just created the perfect solution.
Daisy has introduced the new Daisy Squeeze Sour Cream package, with a patented design that uses a flexible foil material fixed to a cap—something Daisy says is a first for the industry. The new package sits cap-down, fits in the refrigerator door, and dispenses sour cream through a one-way valve with pressure.
"Consumers were asking for a better way to use sour cream as a topping with greater precision than a spoon allows, so we worked closely with them to develop a unique package that suits their needs," explains Craig Ziemkiewicz, Director of Marketing for Daisy Sour Cream. "Our flexible package is both fun and easy to use, allowing consumers to squeeze a dollop of Daisy exactly where they want it.
The new bottle comes with a pull tab to guarantee freshness upon initial opening. According to a press release, the opening valve design further aids in maintaining freshness by keeping air from getting into the package when squeezed; plus, the valve enables users to dispense Daisy Sour Cream at their preferred stream size. One-handed operation could ban kitchen counter sour cream mishaps forever.
The new squeezable package is now available in all 50 U.S. states, at all major retailers, alongside traditional tub packaging.