Binggrae, a South Korean ice cream and dessert manufacturer, has released a tangerine-flavored milk.
The tangerine-flavored milk follows a mulberry-flavored milk, which came out in February. Both are part of the company’s “Milk that didn’t exist before” series.
All Binggrae’s flavored milk products are sold in jar-shaped plastic bottles, said to look like traditional Korean jars.
Binggrae’s banana-flavored milk, its top-selling drink, is the first flavored milk in Korea to surpass 200 billion won ($178 million) in annual sales.
By Kim Jee-min (email@example.com)