Dairy Crest extends Clover into spray cooking oils
Dairy Crest takes Clover into cooking oils
UK dairy group Dairy Crest has taken its Clover butter brand into spray cooking oils.
Dairy Crest - which already owns spray cooking oil brand Frylight - said the Clover range would "provide consumers with a quick, convenient and healthy way to add excitement and flavour to everyday meals".
A spokesperson for Dairy Crest told just-food the company invested into its Frylight site in Erith, south-east London, to produce the new Clover lines.
The 120ml bottles come in three varieties - buttery, chilli and garlic - with a first listing in Tesco and an MRSP of GBP2.00 (US$2.99).
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