Cottage cheese Mamalysh produced by Molkom delivered to Penza shops
Penza, 18 April 2018. PenzaNews. The dairy plant Penzensky, which is a member of Damate Group, started to produce cottage cheese under the brand Mamalysh for children aged at least 6 months.
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The new product is already available: it can be bought in shops of Penza and the Penza region as well as in Molkom retail outlets.
In the near future it will appear in Moscow shops and a large-scale advertising campaign will be launched to support the development of the brand.
The range of cottage cheese includes five flavours that are already known to consumers of Molkom products. These are natural cottage cheese, as well as with pear, apricot, strawberry and apple.
The range of goods is certified for children from the age of six months. Thus, the cottage cheese is good to be used as additional food for babies.
The company makes emphasis of the development of baby food production constantly expanding the range. The company believes that the children who were fed with Molkom products will continue buying it in the adult age.
Malcom pays careful attention to the production of goods for children. In January 2018 a specialized line of baby food that complies with world standards was opened at the enterprise. The first product released to the market under the brand Mamalysh was bifilife intended for dietary and preventive nutrition for children from the age of eight months," the press service of Damate Group commented to PenzaNews.
The company emphasized that Mamalysh products are produced exclusively from superior quality milk without using dried milk and fillers for cottage cheese are made only from natural ingredients.
As it was reported before, the dairy plant Penzensky launched a new production line of baby food on January 30, 2018.
According to the general director of the management company Damate, Rashid Khairov, baby food production imposes a great responsibility on the staff, and the company's motto is "We produce only what we feed our children with".