Irish milk brand Avonmore is launching a milk with added fiber and vitamins. Each 250-milliliter glass of the low-fat white milk contains 6 grams of fiber from chicory root.
“Digestive health is a key area of concern for consumers and with this product launch, we hope to provide an easy and convenient solution for consumers to increase their fiber intake, whilst the addition of vitamins C and D will also help to address consumers growing desire for products that support the immune system,” said Gráinne Murray, senior brand manager at Tirlán, which owns the Avonmore brand.
The first iPod debuted in October 2001. My Gen Z son was just turning two and his brother was still getting baked in my oven. They grew up listening to a personalized playlist consisting of Baby Mozart, with a sprinkling of School House Rock and the occasional Crazy Frog to dance all their toddler energy out. They heard mom—me—place my order at Starbucks, “grande non-fat latte, no foam, 140 degrees.” I’ve always ordered food—fast-food, quick-serve and white table cloth—like a (When Harry Met) Sally. (No offense to all the Sallys out there.)
I know I am not the only Gen Z’er who unintentionally trained their offspring to “get it the way you want it.” In other words, personalize it.