Lifeway Foods announces extended distribution in Ireland

Lifeway Kefir now available at Tesco stores in Ireland

MORTON GROVE, Ill., Aug.12, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Lifeway Foods, Inc. (Nasdaq: LWAY) (“Lifeway” or “the Company”), the leading U.S. manufacturer of kefir and fermented probiotic products, announced the expansion of the distribution of kefir in the Irish market with a listing at Tesco. The initial supply of Lifeway Kefir 1L bottles is now being shipped and available on the shelves.

“Our success in Ireland has been crucial to our European business plan,” said Julie Smolyansky, CEO of Lifeway. “We are delighted to bring our kefir to an even wider buying audience in Ireland and look forward to continuing to expand the flavors and assortment. Tesco’s history of leadership in the grocery industry is well documented, and we are proud to partner with them as we continue our mission of bringing healthy products to people around the world.

Last year, Tesco reported that the demand for kefir drinks increased by 400%. In addition, Research and Markets released a report on the kefir market that said it expects global kefir sales to reach US $ 2.05 billion by 2025, in part due to the rise in consumption induced by the focus on digestive health and immune support linked to COVID-19.

About Lifeway Foods
Lifeway Foods, Inc., which was recognized as one of the Best Small Businesses by Forbes, is the leading U.S. supplier of the probiotic fermented drink known as kefir. In addition to its drinkable kefir line, the company also produces cheese and a ProBugs line for children. Lifeway’s tangy and tangy fermented dairy products are now sold in the United States, Mexico, Ireland, France and the United Kingdom. Find out how Lifeway is good for more than you at

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