CHESHIRE schools have said Yess to a Tattenhall yoghurt company.
As part of Cheshire County Council’s local sourcing initiative CBS catering have asked Daisy Fresh Foods to supply their Yess yoghurt to its schools.
The yoghurt will be available to more than 300 primary schools throughout Cheshire from January, and it is hoped that secondary schools will follow quickly.
Joy Bridle from CBS catering said: “We are delighted to have added Daisy Fresh’s Yess yoghurts to the list of local products available in Cheshire schools. The Yess yoghurts not only offer a great quality with no artificial ingredients but a unique provenance helping to reduce food miles and support our local economy.”
To help promote the yoghurts in schools the expertise of local Tattenhall Park school pupils were deployed to produce a range of posters. The winners of the poster competition Trinity Cummings and Billy McCorkill aged six are have won the chance to create their very own yoghurts at Daisy Fresh.
Daisy Fresh’s marketing manager Suzanne Lunt said: “We are over the moon with the posters which the children have created. The posters offer an attractive naivety with a strong message that our yoghurts are made in Cheshire, taste great, and are very natural.”