New Elite Cheese 450g packs
Oct 10th 2011, 12:59
Renowned as a superior South African everyday cheese, Elite has been at the heart of light meals, lunch boxes and cheese and wine parties for over 30 years and continues to delight generations of palettes.
Elite Cheese is carefully selected by a panel of experts using a 30 point rating system to ensure only the best of our cheese becomes Elite Cheese so consumers get the best quality every time. All variants are manufactured using pasteurised, standardised, full fat cow's milk according to prescribed work instruction; again, ensuring consistent first grade quality.
Also, Elite Cheese is the only cheese with added convenience of a resealable pack; keeping the cheese fresher for longer, without the need to store in another container. But here is where the similarities end and each variant takes on its distinct flavour and texture.
Following the discontinued 500g pack there has been high consumer demand that a large pack be re-introduced. Clover has done so with a 450g pack and has been received extremely well with initial targets easily met.
Now consumers can continue to enjoy Elite's specially selected cheeses, each guaranteeing quality, taste and consistency, all wrapped in a bigger 450g convenient resealable pack.
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In keeping with its “Way Better®” promise and in line with the R260: Agricultural Product Standards Act passed by the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Clover will soon be implementing a change to the fat content of its low fat milk variant.
The Clover Mama Afrika team popped in to visit Mama Inkosi (Chief) Thokozile Ndlovu’s centre in Ixopo, KZN, to see how she’s progressing as part of the Clover Mama Afrika project.
In keeping with its Clover’s “Way Better®” promise and in line with the R260: Agricultural Product Standards Act passed by the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Clover will be implementing a change to the fat content of its low fat milk variant.
April is Health Awareness month, and while many are encouraged to eat the right foods, one has to raise the question of whether people in South Africa, especially the poor, are getting the right nutrition to live a healthy life.
Try these recipes
Last year Clover launched a book of delicious braai recipes. A percentage of the book’s is donated to the Clover Mama Afrika project.
Last year Clover launched a book of delicious braai recipes. These sweet and spicy marmalade ribs, one of the many scrumptious recipes in the book, will be a hit with the whole family.
Looking for something healthy and delicious to braai for the family? Then look no further than this delicious linefish with lentils and mint and cucumber raita from Clover’s braai recipe book launched last year.
The new Clover recipe book, Best Bakes/Beste Gebak is on sale and it offers baking inspiration from all over the world. It focuses on popular recipes and features traditional South African recipes too.
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