The new Ecolean packaging is more convenient and sustainable compared to our previous packaging. The packs are recyclable as soft plastics (depending on local recycling facilities) and have a lower environmental impact. They stand up, can be sealed with a snap close clip and have an air filled handle for easy pouring. Once empty, the pack is a flat as an envelope which equates to less waste.
Please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) (or call NZ Freephone- 0800 4 TATUA (82882)) or visit our Facebook Page @TatuaDairyCo. Let us know which particular product you are looking for and where you live, including suburb, nearest town or city and we will advise your nearest stockists.
Tatua Sour Cream, Tatua Mascarpone and Tatua Crème Fraiche can be found in the dairy chiller (near the cheeses and yoghurts) at your supermarket.
In New Zealand, we use several distributors. Try your local Bidfood, Gilmours or Trents branch. Overseas: products are available overseas, please use our contact form and let us know the city and country you are in and we will advise your local distributor.
No. Tatua's Sour Cream, Mascarpone and Creme Fraiche products are perfect for heating and for culinary applications, as they do not separate.
Tatua Mascarpone and Crème Fraiche can be frozen both on their own, and when added to other ingredients.
Tatua Sour Cream has a long shelf life: unopened for 12 months, it contains no preservatives and has excellent heat stability: it will not separate on heating. It has a thick, velvety texture with a delicious tangy flavour.
Yes, Dairy Whip Whipped Cream is made in New Zealand from fresh cream.
So long as your can is kept refrigerated and the nozzle is cleaned after each use, you can use the Dairy Whip until the best before date on the base of the can.
Yes. Regular cream has at least 35g of fat per 100g of cream in Australia and New Zealand while Dairy Whip Whipped Cream has only 27.6g of fat per 100g. For those who are watching their fat intake, Dairy Whip Lite has only 18g of fat per 100g serve.
From a 250g can of Dairy Whip Whipped Cream, one can expect to obtain between four to five cups of whipped cream.
Dairy Whip Whipped Cream is made from fresh cream, just as whipping cream is, but different ingredients have been added to the cream in this unique packaging format to enhance its functionality and make it more convenient to use.
It contains a much higher content of air than normal whipping cream (as much as 2 ½ times more) which makes the foam more unstable and hence it tends to break down and 'disappear' after a short period of time. To avoid disappointment serve immediately.
To minimise the problem of cream being retained in the can, follow the usage instructions on the side of the can, always keep the can vertical when dispensing, and always keep it refrigerated. Do not attempt to heat the can, even when empty, as this is potentially dangerous. Heating will increase the pressure within the can and this could result in an explosion.