Dairy Free Ranch, a dairy owned and operated by Dairys Star Ltd, has started selling a new cheese called Dairy Star.
It is available in supermarkets and shops across Ireland, and was launched at the end of August.
The cheese is made from milk, but the manufacturer has said it uses no milk fat.
Dairies Star, based in Dublin, is also owned by a company called TCS Group, which also makes cheese and is based in Italy.
In September, TCS sold its 50% stake in Dairying Star to TCS, which said it would take over the company’s management.
The company said it was looking to expand into new markets and it was developing new brands to satisfy new consumers.
The dairy has been available in Ireland since the 1980s, and is owned by the TCS family.
The new product is dairy free but not completely dairy free.
TCS said that while the new cheese is dairy-free, it still uses a proportion of cow’s milk to produce the cheese.
“Dairy Free Ranch uses less than 0.1% of milk fat and no artificial flavours, preservatives or colours,” it said.
“Our dairy free product is also made from pasture raised grasses, which are the best source of milk and milk protein.”
We are committed to creating products that will help people make better food choices and we will continue to invest in our products to ensure they are as sustainable as possible.
“The new cheese was first launched in June in Ireland, before being rolled out to the US and UK in July and August.
In a statement on its website, the company said that the new product was made with “a low-fat and low-sugar base” and is available from supermarkets and farmers markets.
It said it used “fresh grass-fed beef and dairy from the dairy herd.”
The cheese was also introduced at a special event in the US on Friday.
We need to keep dairy away from our kids and from our elderly, but there’s no other way,” he said.