John Morley ramps up ingredients for dairy sector

By Dan Colombini contact

- Last updated on GMT

The move will see ingredients added to yoghurts, smoothies, ice creams and desserts
The move will see ingredients added to yoghurts, smoothies, ice creams and desserts

Related tags: Dairy, Npd, Ingredients & nutrition

Ingredients supplier John Morley is targeting dairy product manufacturers as part of its latest market expansion plans.

The firm has now developed new flavourings to be used in dairy products, in addition to its existing presence in the bakery and confectionery industries.

The move will see these ingredients added to yoghurts, smoothies, ice creams and desserts, which will come with a host of different flavours and combinations.

Initially the company is looking to introduce six fruit flavours – raspberry, strawberry, cherry, mango, passion fruit and lemon.

Mindful eating regimes

It has refocused its sights on the industry in response to a growing appetite among consumers for clean and mindful eating regimes centred around natural and seasonal foods.

Products such as ice cream and cottage cheese are currently being tipped among the latest food trends for the coming year.

“The quality of the ingredients we supply means we can really enhance a wide range of dairy products,​” said chief executive Terry Bowman.

“Together with our clients we want to help build exciting new lines and interesting mixes with flavours that taste good.”

“Customers increasingly want natural products. At our 80,000 sq ft BRC-accredited facility, we can blend to our customers’ specific requirements, providing a complete service for the food industry.”

Bowman added: “We are always looking at potential new business opportunities and delicious ways to cram even more of our fresh flavours into people’s everyday diets.”

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