Clonmel baby makes the final cut to star on award-winning brand

South Tipp Today


South Tipp Today

A nine month old Tipperary baby has emerged as a finalist in Glenisk’s search for a baby to appear on their yogurt packs.

Clonmel’s Louis Ghanem was among more than 4,500 babies who entered the Tullamore based company's recent Sweet Baby competition.

Full of fun and laughter, Louis joined the other 13 finalists for a photo shoot at Airfield Estate in Dublin on Saturday (May 13).

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

Louis with his parents, Debbie and Kais Ghanem.

Glenisk, best known for their award-winning natural yogurt range, were overwhelmed with the response from parents wanting their beloved babies to be featured on the family dairy’s new range of Organic No-Added-Sugar Baby Yogurts.

“All babies are beautiful and we want to celebrate these babies on our packs,”  Glenisk’s Emma Walls says.

“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," she adds.