Sour cream, fat free

Fun Facts

  1. Whether dolloped with chives onto a baked potato, cooling a hot soup, or sweetened with freshly picked berries, there’s nothing quite like it.
  2. Traditional sour cream is a dairy product rich in fats (12-17%). It is made by fermenting cream with certain types of lactic acid bacteria. The fermentation process thickens the cream and sours it a bit, hence the name.
  3. Smooth and creamy Tillamook Fat Free Sour Cream is your go-to sour cream for adding richness to dishes without adding fat. Just like all of our dairy products, it’s made with farm-fresh milk that comes from cows not treated with artificial growth hormones*. So whether you’re mixing it in or putting it on top, you’ll love the taste and won’t miss the calories.
  4. Sour cream is not fully fermented, and like many dairy products, must be refrigerated unopened and after use. It is sold with an expiration date stamped on the container, though whether this is a “sell by”, a “best by” or a “use by” date varies with local regulation.

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