DAIRY SPECIAL Seventh-generation dairy farmers Julian and Cathy Raine of Nelson have teamed up with leading glass manufacturer O-I to bring A2 cows’ milk fresh from the farm to milk lovers around New Zealand in one-litre glass bottles under the name Aunt Jean’s Dairy. Sterility & Allergen Testing for your Dairy Products Allergen detection kits - Test your dairy products in-house, under 15 minutes for common allergens such as peanut or gluten. Ensure efficient monitoring of critical control points in a HACCP plan or any other quality management system. Sterility testing - Test all your dairy UHT & ELS products in significantly less time with bioluminescence based technology. Rapid Results, Real Answers, Right Now. 18 MAY 2017 Talk to NZMS Scientific today about allergen detection kits and sterility testing P 09 259 4062 E firstname.lastname@example.org W www.nzms.co.nz FT298 AUNT JEAN’S DAIRY BRINGS BACK GLASS Initially, Aunt Jean’s Dairy milk will be available in the top of the South Island and in selected Auckland outlets, with plans for wider national distribution during this year. The Raine family have been milking cows at their Oaklands Farm property for more than 80 years continuously, providing milk lovers with the opportunity to buy their milk from the farm gate and from dispensing machines in the Nelson Tasman area since 2013. The couple are excited to launch Aunt Jean’s Dairy, so that they can share their milk enhanced by the great taste that comes with drinking milk from high-quality glass bottles. “We firmly believe that milk in glass bottles tastes better,” Julian Raine says. “We know that New Zealanders were very reluctant to make the shift to plastic. We think the time is right to provide a way for them to drink milk fresh from the farm in a one-litre glass bottle. After all, glass is infinitely recyclable and that has got to be a good thing.” Aunt Jean’s Dairy uses milk from A2 cows that are raised in an open-air environment. There is no palm kernel expeller in their feed, and they are mainly grass-fed. Aunt Jean’s Dairy milk is bottled on the farm, contains no permeates, and is not homogenised – allowing Kiwis to once again buy milk where the cream rises to the top. “Aunt Jean’s Dairy is milk like it used to taste,” Raine says. “Some traditions are worth rediscovering.” Owens-Illinois is the world’s largest glass container manufacturer and preferred partner for many of the world’s leading food and beverage brands. The company had revenues of $6.2 billion in 2015 and employs 27,000 people at 80 plants in 23 countries. With global headquarters in Ohio, O-I delivers safe, sustainable, pure, iconic, brand-building glass packaging to a growing global marketplace. For more information, visit www.o-i.com or www.auntjeans.co.nz.
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