As a general rule, the gluten in our frozen dessert products is present only in the added bakery products, such as cookies, cake or brownies. We always label the eight major food allergens on our package by their common name. We recommend to always check the label for the most current information before purchasing and/or consuming a product.
rBST is a synthetic hormone given to dairy cows to enhance milk production. We do not source any milk or cream from cows that have been treated with rBST. No significant difference has been shown between milk from rBST treated and non-rBST treated cows.
Greek yogurt is regular yogurt that has been strained. The straining process removes excess water, which resulting in a yogurt that is thicker, creamier, and typically has a higher protein content than traditional yogurt.
We are confident about the safety of Skinny Cow® and the rest of our ice cream family of products. Delivery of safe, high quality products is one of our core principles at Nestlé and we guarantee all our products are manufactured to be compliant with FDA requirements at the time of delivery to our retail customers. Have a specific question? Give us a call at (877) 437–3937.
We always label the eight major food allergens on our package by their common name. If an allergen does not appear in the ingredient statement, then it has not been added to the product. We recommend to always check the label for the most current information before purchasing and/or consuming a product.
All raw dairy products (skim milk, whole milk and cream) are pasteurized in our facilities using the high temperature short time (HTST) method. Our eggs are pasteurized at the vendor prior to delivery to our production facilities.
While we do not have dedicated peanut or tree nut free lines or facilities we do take steps to prevent cross contamination. These steps include thorough cleaning of our production lines and equipment, and a strict separation of materials that contain the eight allergens.