Good Culture adds an organic option to the lactose-free range


IRVINE, Calif. — good culturethe certified B-corp and clean cultured foods brand, credited with revolutionizing cottage cheese in the modern age, continues to innovate with the launch of Good Culture Organic Lactose Free Cottage Cheesean organic whole milk addition to its previously launched line of lactose-free cottage cheese and sour cream.

Good Culture’s Organic Lactose-Free Cottage Cheese is made with simple, organic ingredients, including gut-friendly probiotic cultures as well as grass-fed milk from small family farms. It has 14 grams of protein per ½-cup serving and 18 g of protein per single-serving cup and keeps the brand’s high-protein, simple, thick and creamy ingredient promise lactose-free.

Good Culture’s Organic Lactose-Free Cottage Cheese is made with just five simple ingredients: organic pasture-raised milk and cream, sea salt, live and active cultures, and lactase enzyme. It’s available in a 15-ounce jar and a 5-ounce single-serve cup available at Whole Foods Market in September, with expanded retail distribution in 2023.

“Good Culture consistently receives high praise from consumers for our lactose-free cottage cheese and sour cream,” says Jesse Merrill, CEO and co-founder of Good Culture. “According to NIH, about 65% of the population has a reduced ability to digest lactose, which means that the lactose does not break down, causing stomach discomfort. So we knew it was important to offer a lactose-free organic cottage cheese option that had the same creamy taste and texture as our ridiculously good, but lactose-free organic cottage cheese. »

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About good culture:

In 2015, founders Jesse Merrill and Anders Eisner saw that cottage cheese, an overlooked superfood, had the potential to be at the forefront of the real food trend, so they shook up and reinvigorated the company. dairy aisle with certified organic, pasture-raised products, stabilizers and additive-free cottage cheese. This disruptive company is dedicated to using only real foods and simple ingredients in its growing portfolio of cultured foods. The success of their flagship product has led to expansion into other cultured food offerings, including probiotic-rich sour cream. Good Culture, a Certified B Company, is a proud partner of 1% for the Planetsupporting soil health and regenerative agriculture.


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