Kemps introduces flavored shelf-stable canned milk

By Jim Cornall contact

- Last updated on GMT

The new beverage comes in three flavors, caramel, chocolate, and mocha.
The new beverage comes in three flavors, caramel, chocolate, and mocha.

Related tags: Milk, Shelf life, Dfa, Dairy

Kemps, a Minnesota-based dairy and a subsidiary of Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), is introducing a shelf-stable, on-the-go canned milk product.

The new beverage, siips, comes in three flavors, caramel, chocolate, and mocha.

"Consumers are evolving and demanding more innovative ways to maintain a healthy lifestyle, asking brands and products to meet them where they are,"​ said Rachel Kyllo, senior vice president of marketing and innovation for DFA.

"We created siips to help nourish kids, teens, adults and families wherever life might take them outside of the kitchen, without feeling like they have to sacrifice one of their staple refreshments."

Each siips flavor, which retails for $1.49 a can, is low fat and every 8 oz can contains 8g of protein, vitamins A and D, and provides 25% of the recommended daily value of calcium.

The product will be available at Roundy's Supermarkets, Pick 'n Save and Metro Market throughout the Milwaukee and Madison area.

Kemps manufactures milk, ice cream and frozen yogurt, frozen novelties, sour cream and cottage cheese through retail supermarkets and food service channels. Headquartered today in St. Paul, Minnesota, it operates six manufacturing facilities in Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota and has more than 1,200 employees.

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