Scotland-based Graham’s The Family Dairy has released a high-protein ice cream range, which features 310 calories per tub.
Called Goodness Ice Cream, the line consists of five flavours: white chocolate with raspberry ripple, salted caramel, espresso caramel, mint choc chip, and chocolate dulce de leche.
Made with Scottish milk and cream from more than 100 farming partners, the range has more than 20g of protein in each tub and “a quarter of the calories than other ice creams”. The tubs are available in the UK with a recommended retail price of £2.99.
Robert Graham, managing director of Graham’s the Family Dairy, said: “Our Goodness range of ice cream is a perfect compliment to all our latest high-protein dairy products due to their natural, fresh ingredients created by a Scottish family business. By choosing our Goodness Ice Cream, you are choosing a tasty, healthier ice cream that is bursting with flavour and nutritional benefits.
“Innovation and product development are something we pride ourselves on, so we will continue to create delicious and nutritional dairy products for our customers from all over Scotland, as well as the rest of the UK. We hope that our customers will be as excited about our new Goodness Ice Creams as we are.”
Founded in 1939, Graham’s produces a range of ice cream, milk, butter, cream, sour cream, cottage cheese and quark.
Last month, the firm entered into a five-year partnership with Aldi worth approximately £55 million, its largest contract to date.
The investment, which extends the retailer’s existing long-term agreement with Graham’s, will see Scottish milk continue to be supplied to all 85 Aldi stores across Scotland.