Pauls (dairy)

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Pauls is an Australian dairy brand name. They are currently owned by the Italian food conglomerate, Parmalat. Pauls history can be traced back to 1923.[1] The company has been known under various names, including Queensland United Foods Ltd, Pauls Ice Cream & Milk Ltd and Pauls Limited. In 1998, Pauls Limited was purchased by Parmalat Australia, and officially changed its name in 2003 to Parmalat Australia Ltd. Today, Pauls is an Australia brand name under the Paramalat umbrella.[2]

During the course of its history, Pauls product line has evolved. At one time it also produced ice cream but at present concentrates on dairy lines such as milk and cream, custard, yoghurt, and a line of milk and juice beverages.

Pauls milk is being famous for the term " full cream taste but only 2% fat". Moreover, Pauls milk is "naturally permeate free" .

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