How it works
Dairy for everyone
Our products are great for anyone wanting to live a lactose free life. Because we use cow’s milk, you still get the delicious flavour and nutritional benefits you normally would without any side effects.
Lactose intolerance explained
Sometimes, regular dairy just doesn’t agree with your digestive system. You might feel bloated or uncomfortable after having it. It’s likely due to lactose—the carbohydrate naturally found in milk. Normally, our bodies produce an enzyme called lactase, which helps to digest it. If you have insufficient levels, you won’t be able to digest milk sugars properly. And that’s where Liddells comes in.
Lactose is a naturally occurring sugar carbohydrate in milk. In our products, the lactose isn’t removed but rather broken down into two simple sugars. This makes it taste sweeter but doesn’t change the sugar content. You might like to add Liddells milk to your coffee instead of a teaspoon of sugar.
Our product range
Does the taste of real dairy seem like a distant memory? It doesn’t have to be thanks to our range of milk, cheese and yoghurt.View Products
Lactose free creations
With our lactose free dairy products, (nearly) nothing in the kitchen is impossible. We’ve put together a range of recipes to inspire you to embrace the deliciousness of dairy.View Recipes
All of our products (except our 250ml chocolate milk) are FODMAP Friendly Certified, which means anyone following a low FODMAP diet can enjoy our delicious range.Learn More
BUT WHAT ARE FODMAPS?
FODMAPs are a group of short chain carbohydrates and sugar alcohols found naturally in foods or as additives. FODMAPs can be poorly absorbed in the small intestine, which can cause irritable bowel type symptoms. Choosing to follow a low FODMAP diet can help to avoid this.Learn More
BREAKING IT DOWN
FODMAP is an acronym for fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols. Lactose falls under the disaccharides category. Luckily, just because you are intolerant to one FODMAP, it does not mean you will be affected by all. It is recommended you consult a FODMAP expert dietitian before starting a low FODMAP diet.Learn More