We always on the lookout for all natural food products for our family. But with this time and age most of the food and drinks are processed and had this preservatives that in the long run not good for our body.
Being a natural must start from what our farmers feed our plants that will feed to the animals. With Arla they made sure all are all natural and processing their milk inspected.
What make Arla it’s natural Goodness?
Arla’s natural goodness lies in the company’s belief that quality starts by having access to the best raw material, their world class, hormone-free milk. This is brought even further with the brand’s quality assurance method called Arlagaarden (pronounced as Arla-Gon; garden meaning farm). The four Arlagaarden cornerstones are: ensuring that milk composition is perfectly balanced and that freshness is preserved, implementing a high level of hygiene to keep offering consumers food safety in every product, striving to improve animal welfare through optimal care and animal-friendly environments, and protecting the environment.
The cows from Arla are cared for by knowledgeable staff and are inspected on a daily basis. Arla farmers are prohibited to use hormones to boost growth or milk yield. They not only give to providing healthy and natural food, they also do it more and more sustainably. With Arlagaarden, the dairy cooperative sets the bar higher beyond even the already stringent EU regulations in terms of environmental impact of farming, animal welfare, food safety & traceability.
“Our dedication to innovation allows us to take milk, a high quality raw material, and through it, make products that are natural and tasteful without adding any additives, preservatives or colorants,” Mr. Krog adds.
Arla’s Product line
Arla’s new lines of dairy products are made from 100% natural milk obtained straight from the cows cared for by its farmers.
“Our happy cows produce happy milk – and our happy milk is used for our Arla Natural Goodness range, a range that doesn’t have stabilizers, additives, preservatives, colorants or any artificial flavor,” Jens adds.
The Arla Milk Goodness line is all-natural and not reconstituted like most of the milk in the shelves today. The milk delivered straight from the farm undergoes ultra-heat treatment, which kills any microbiological organisms, ensuring safety in every drop and allowing all Arla Milk Goodness variants to have a 12-month shelf life. A naturally good source of nutrition for the whole family, it has all the natural goodness, vitamins, and minerals of fresh cow’s milk squeezed into one tasty pack. A mouthful of Arla milk has calcium that strengthens bones and teeth, and protein for boosting growth and maintaining a strong body.
Arla Milk Goodness comes in a family of variants: whole Full Cream UHT Milk 3.5%, semi-skimmed Low Fat UHT Milk 1.5%, skimmed Low-Fat UHT Milk 0.3%, and Organic Full Cream UHT Milk, the first organic full cream cow’s milk introduced in the Philippines. Arla markets this best-selling variant as the answer to the organic shift apparent in the industry, with more people wanting more organic food to incorporate in their food habit. It also puts Arla among the first organic producers of milk in the Philippines. Enjoy it for breakfast on cereals, in soups, or as an ingredient in other household favorites.
Arla Natural Cheese Slices come in a variety of flavors Filipino families are sure to love. Cheese starters will want to enjoy Arla Natural Gouda Slices, the only Gouda in the market with no added preservatives, colorants, or additives. Its mild and sweet flavor makes for a light snack that pairs well with bread or for flavoring a meal. A nice addition to your household cheese board is Arla’s Natural Mozzarella Slices. With a signature stretch and a creamy yogurt-aromatic taste, it’s the brand’s recommended cheese for homemade pizza pandesal, grilled cheese sandwiches, and other sandwiches made better with melted mozzarella
Produced in Allgaü, Germany’s premier cheese-making region (Allgaü is to Emmental as what Parma is to ham), Arla’s Natural Emmental Slices gives off that aromatic nutty flavor that’s also delicately spicy in taste. Use it in packing your children’s sandwiches for school and watch them come home with a smile. Lastly, Arla’s Natural Havarti Slices, the brand’s banner product, is a cheese based on a Danish recipe by Hanne Nielsen that dates back to the 1870’s. Arla takes pride in being the world’s biggest producer of the mild and very creamy Havarti cheese.
Arla’s Natural Cream Cheese line is filled hot into its tubs and sealed instantly to keep that 100% no-preservative, no-additive, no-stabilizer, all-natural goodness. From casual get-togethers to afternoon snacks, Arla’s Herbs and Spice Cream Cheese adds that extra oomph to your cooking’s flavor. Arla’s Lacto-Free Natural Cream Cheese variant brings in the full flavor of regular plain cream cheese, but without the milk sugar. This makes it easy for lactose intolerant family members to enjoy Arla’s natural cream cheese goodness. Arla’s Natural Light Cream Cheese variant contains the same full flavor but with less fat, perfect for weight-watching eaters. Enjoy the flavor of Arla’s Natural Cream Cheese line minus the additives and preservatives that most cream cheeses have in the market today.
Last but not the least, Filipinos will want to dip into a blend of sweetness and acidity with Arla’s Pineapple Cream Cheese. The variant that rated highest in Filipino taste tests conducted by the brand, Pineapple cream cheese is sure to make waves in the landscape of Pinoy desserts. More than that, it can also serve as a delicious spread that’s a lot more natural and free from additives, preservatives, and colorants than most jams, marmalades and peanut butters in the market today.
I was able to try and taste Arla products that even my kids are asking for more. They love the Arla Pineapple Cream Cheese giving that bread new meaning of cream cheese. Once you get to drink Arla milk you can taste its freshness. My kids love their milk cooled and with ice. I would advice you to try Arla products and taste the difference.