UK: Dairy Crest pulls Clover Seedburst
Dairy Crest has delisted its Clover Seedburst product
Dairy Crest has announced it is pulling its blended seed-based spread Clover Seedburst off shelves after performance fell "behind expectations".
The firm said Clover Seedburst was part of a category that "succeeded in some European markets but unfortunately failed to find traction with UK consumers".
"The performance of Clover Seedburst behind expectations is naturally disappointing; however it is a market reality that not all NPD succeeds," the firm added.
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