Tipperary infant is a finalist in national Glenisk Sweet Baby competition

9 month old Clíodhna O’Connor Kraul from Fethard emerged as one of 14 finalists in Glenisk’s search for a baby to appear on their yogurt packs. More than 4,500 babies were entered.

Airfield Estate was full of fun and laughter with the Glenisk #SweetBaby finalist photoshoot on Saturday.

Tipperary infant is a finalist in national Glenisk Sweet Baby competition

Clíodhna is pictured with Mum Saskia and sister Naoise

Glenisk, best known for their award-winning natural yogurt range, is searching for a baby to be featured on the family dairy’s new range of Organic No-Added-Sugar Baby Yogurts. The company put the call out to parents across Ireland and was overwhelmed with the response:  According to Glenisk’s Emma Walls, ‘All babies are beautiful and we want to celebrate these babies on our packs. With over 4,500 entries to the #SweetBaby Search, we’ve had a very difficult job trying to narrow our search down to just 14!  Our new range of Absolutely No Added Sugar Baby Yogurts is a first for yogurts. There’s no added sugar and nothing artificial, delivering a nutritious food for babies and peace of mind for Mums and Dads. We think our babies are sweet enough!’

While all the adults involved busied themselves at the shoot, little Clíodhna took it in her stride, enjoying the experience and creating stunning shot after shot for the enchanted photographer.

The new range of Glenisk yogurts suitable for 6 months and up and the new-look packs will be in-store from Mid-June.

Glenisk is Ireland’s best known yogurt brand. Based just outside Tullamore, this family business celebrates 30 years and is known for its award winning organic yogurt range and high protein Greek offering.

 

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