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Delicious Daisy Cottage Cheese

Updated on December 27, 2010

Are you looking ways to improve your family’s eating habits? Do you want to reduce your family’s consumption of additives and preservatives? Are you a fan of all-natural dairy products? If so, Daisy brand cottage cheese just might be an ideal addition to your grocery shopping list.

Whether you are looking for all natural foods that are readily available in your favorite grocery store or if you are searching for healthy dairy sources of protein, you can’t go wrong with regular or low fat Daisy cottage cheese. This delicious dairy product is a versatile food that offers numerous health benefits and can be used for many purposes.

About Daisy Cottage Cheese

While you might believe that all types of cottage cheese are the same, this is just not true. As soon as you taste Daisy brand cottage cheese, you’ll realize that this specialty diary product is decidedly different from other brands of cottage cheese on the market.

Packaged for Freshness

Daisy cottage cheese is specially sealed and packaged in a way that preserves the rich and creamy flavor from the time it leaves the manufacturing facility until it is consumed. When you open a tub of Daisy cottage cheese, you can expect it to be just as fresh as it was on the day that it was made and the package was sealed.

All Natural Dairy Goodness

There are no artificial ingredients in Daisy cottage cheese. This flavorful dairy product is made with all natural ingredients. What this means for you is that you can be confident in the all natural quality of the cottage cheese you are serving and cooking with when you choose Daisy. You won’t have to be concerned that you and your loved ones are being exposed to artificial growth hormones or consuming additives or preservatives when you serve Daisy brand cottage cheese.

Nutritional Information

Daisy brand cottage cheese is available in a regular version, which has five grams of fat per half-cup version and a low fat version that has 2.5 grams of fat per half-cup serving. Both varieties are excellent sources of protein, with 14 grams of protein in every half-cup serving.

Serving Ideas for Daisy Cottage Cheese

Daisy cottage cheese can be enjoyed as a snack or as part of a healthy, balanced meal. Some people enjoy Daisy brand cottage cheese straight from the container. Paired with fresh or canned fruit, Daisy cottage cheese is a tasty breakfast choice. It also tastes great drizzled with honey and is a great toping for crackers.

Daisy cottage cheese can also be used as a primary ingredient in many delicious recipes ranging from salads to dips to casseroles. You can find an excellent selection of Daisy cottage cheese recipes on the website.


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    7 years ago

    Don't believe everything that is on the labels. I'm aware that companies are not required to report ingredients that fall below a certain percentage. Also, please know that this cottage cheese is not on the slicylate free list, if you're following that particular diet: Feingold Diet, etc. There is something in there that makes me crazy itchy. So, it is NOT completely all natural.

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    Gustave Kilthau 

    8 years ago from USA

    Howdy mg - Your article about Daisy cottage cheese is both interesting and helpful to people like in our family who really like cottage cheese. Nothing like finding an available kind that is better than the rest of them. Thanks.

    Gus :-)~


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