Fayrefield Foods reckons it has nailed low-fat cheese with a version it says does not sacrifice on taste or texture.
Heartfelt is a new 5% fat brand (rsp: £1.99 for a 250g block) in trendy, bright pink packaging. It is aimed at dieters, those with high cholesterol or heart problems or people trying to adopt a healthier lifestyle.
Marketing director Chris Swire said the product, which has a listing with Tesco and is about to go into Morrisons,
would meet increasing demand for healthier cheese.
“A lot of 3% fat cheeses don’t taste great and are difficult to cut,” he said. “Heartfelt can be sliced, cubed or grated with ease and it has a medium flavour.”
Swire continued: “Cheese is an area that has languished without any real development in terms of healthy eating.
“The problem is that cheese has traditionally had a high fat content, which contributes to its flavour, but I am sure people will become used to a certain type of low-fat cheese in the same way as they have done with yoghurt.”




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