Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

SINGAPORE -- (ACN Newswire) -- Inspired by the booming coffee culture in Singapore, Greenfields researched and developed a deliciously healthy drink that caters to the coffee and milk lovers in Singapore. A Low Fat Mochaccino, made from 100% low fat fresh milk, and ethically sourced chocolate, coffee and cocoa powder, is a yummy mochaccino concoction that tastes great on the lips, and sits easy on the waistline.

An extremely popular beverage in the Indonesian market, the Low Fat Mochaccino makes its debut in Singapore this month.

"We heard our Singaporean fans demanding a new drink made from the best quality milk, and we delivered. Time and time again, we will bring only the best quality fresh milk to our loyal fans," said Jan Vistisen, Head of Sales and Marketing, AustAsia Dairy Group (SEA).

Founded in 1997, Greenfields is the only dairy farm with an integrated processing and packing facility in Southeast Asia. To ensure our product delivered to consumers is infused with the highest nutritional value and freshness, Greenfields Milk undergoes a single-pasteurisation process and is sealed directly at its farm located in Indonesia. This means that every packet of Greenfields Milk spends less time traveling and arrives in Singapore and throughout Southeast Asia fresh each and every time.

Among the unique practices that ensure Greenfields Milk is 'Honest' every time, are the measures taken to treat our 7,200 Holstein milking cows. Greenfields' cows benefit from a team of veterinarians and nutritionists on staff, rest, clean beddings and environments, and a state-of-the-art facility that keeps their body temperature cool. Altogether, these steps ensure that Greenfields cows are happy cows and produce more than 27 million litres of quality milk a year.

Greenfields is distributing its milk and dairy products to discernible consumers throughout South East Asia and also to some of the world's leading food services businesses. Greenfields Milk is a staple ingredient in leading coffee chains and cafes in the region, including Starbucks Singapore.

To celebrate our success in the region and address demands for a greater variety of milk, Greenfields has introduced this Low Fat Mochaccino milk in addition to the existing one litre (1 Litre) Fresh Milk, Low Fat Milk with natural calcium, Skimmed Milk with natural calcium and Chocolate Malt packets available island-wide. The 1 Litre Low Fat Mochaccino packet can be found at all major supermarkets and hypermarkets across Singapore in early November at a retail price of $3.30.

About Greenfields

For over 15 years, Greenfields Milk has provided Southeast Asia with the freshest milk available - and has done it the 'Honest' way. With the knowledge that happy cows make great milk, our state-of-art farm facility in the beautiful highlands of East Java, Malang, Indonesia is home to over 7,200 Holstein cows that are ethically treated and scientifically managed by a team of veterinarians and nutritionists. These happy cows produce an average of more 27 million liters of fresh milk a year. Our fully-integrated dairy farm also ensures that Greenfields Milk is delivered faster and fresher, right to your supermarket and your fridge, in keeping with our promise of delivering 'Honest Milk'. Producing 'Honest Milk' is a reflection of the company's promise to provide only the best quality milk that's fresh and completely free of additives, preservatives and hormones. We also have our own brand of mozzarella cheese which is made to a classic Italian recipe and held to the same high standards. We distribute our products all around Southeast Asia, including Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Singapore. For more information, visit us at www.greenfieldsmilk.com.

For more information, please contact:

Sally Lum
Head of Marketing
Group Marketing
AustAsia Foods Pte Ltd
[email protected]

Beatrice Tan
Priority Consultants
Tel: +65 6338 1006
[email protected]

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