Monday, 28 November 2011

Lashings and lashings of Lactofree cream


Lactofree cream makes delicious desserts a reality for those with lactose intolerance

Lactofree®, the UK’s only range of lactose-free* dairy products, has added a perfectly indulgent addition to its range with the introduction of Lactofree cream. Following comments from lactose intolerant sufferers with a sweet tooth, Lactofree discovered that cream was one of the most missed treats.
There are very few cream products suitable for people with a lactose intolerance, as most are made with buttermilk which contains lactose; and other lactose free options don’t contain dairy and so don’t compare on taste. Lactofree cream brings the great taste of cream made with real dairy to people with a lactose intolerance. Perfect for use in pasta sauces, cake baking or simply pouring lashings and lashings over classic desserts, Lactofree cream gives the same full taste and nutritional goodness of real dairy, just without the lactose. It also comes in a convenient re-sealable carton, perfect for households where only one family member might be lactose intolerant.
Thought to affect up to 15% of the UK population (1 in 7 people), lactose intolerance is the body’s inability to produce enough of the enzyme lactase in the digestive tract. Without it, lactose (the natural sugar in milk and other dairy products) cannot be digested properly, causing symptoms of nausea, stomach cramps and bloating after consuming dairy products.
Lactofree cream is available from ASDA and Sainsbury’s stores nationwide, from £1.04 (RRP). The Lactofree range also includes; whole and semi-skimmed dairy drink (fresh and UHT), hard and soft cheese, fruit yogurts and UHT portion packs.

For more information about lactose intolerance and Lactofree please visit www.lactofree.co.uk.

2 comments:

  1. This is great. People don't realise how allergies/intolerances can make simple things difficult until they have one!!!

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  2. I'm so glad that there are products like this for people with lactose intolerance. It makes life much better for them.

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