Tims Dairy Yogurt Wins Blind Taste Test in FT Magazine
Tims Dairy, one of our producers, is thrilled to have won a Financial Times blind taste test of low fat strawberry yogurt (results to be announced in the Financial Times Magazine of Saturday 14th January 2012)
There was strong competition from 10 other premium yogurt brands including major High Street names which made winning the award a great achievement and a major milestone for the product.
Tims Dairy is a family run business owned by brothers Chris and Pete Timotheou. The company, which has a strong Greek heritage and has been making yogurts since 1949, is based in the beautiful Chiltern Hills in Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire.
The Tims Dairy retail range includes low fat, whole milk and Greek style yogurts and there is also a large foodservice sector offering. The yogurts are made in batches using fresh milk, natural ingredients, hand-blended fruits and live cultures. The company believes in quality without compromise.
“This is the best possible start to 2012 for Tims Dairy” said Managing Director Chris Timotheou. “We are truly delighted to have won a blind test of so many great products and would like to thank all the staff at the Financial Times weekend paper and magazine. We are very proud of our products and are hugely passionate about making great tasting yogurts.”
We here at QSP are delighted at their winning such a prestigious award – but not at all surprised; their products are truly delicious!