Chobani has launched two new flavors of zero sugar yogurt: Mixed Berry and Strawberry. To create Chobani Zero Sugar*, Chobani starts with a milk that's been filtered to reduce naturally occurring sugar. From there, Chobani uses cutting-edge natural fermentation methods that allow yogurt cultures to consume the remaining sugar. Chobani then adds natural, non-GMO sweeteners with pleasant tastes like monk fruit and allulose.
Building on the popularity and success of its “Bulgarian-style” yogurt, New York-based Trimona Bulgarian Yogurt has added a new Superfood range – and all of the company’s products are packed in fully recyclable, removable cardboard and plastic containers.
Tillamook County Creamery Association (TCCA), the 112-year-old farmer-owned dairy co-op, is expanding their offering of high-quality snacks to now include Tillamook Creamery Collection yogurt. The new line includes six side-by-side flavor combinations served in a reusable cup – a first-of-its-kind offering for the cultured category.
The Oikos Pro line launches in January and includes yogurt cups and drinks that are scientifically formulated to provide the protein, minerals and essential amino acids needed to help build and maintain strong muscles and bones. Oikos Pro is a good source of calcium and it contains leucine, which is a branch chain amino acid that is involved in helping to build muscle. The new line includes:
St. Benoit Creamery has been selected winner of the “Yogurt Product of the Year” award from Mindful Awards, an independent recognition platform highlighting conscious companies and products that mindfully make waves in the ever-expanding world of consumer packaged goods.
World of Chobani Probiotics is a portfolio of yogurts and drinks, kids pouches and shakes, and non-dairy products featuring probiotics.
December 11, 2020
Chobani, maker of Greek yogurts, oat milks, probiotic drinks, and creamers, announced the debut of the new World of Chobani Probiotics, a full portfolio of probiotic yogurts and drinks, kids pouches and shakes, and non-dairy functional beverages with immunity-supporting probiotics. Chobani also added new items to the company's batch-made oat-based platform, including the vegan-friendly Chobani Oat Zero Sugar1 with 0 grams of sugar and two new Chobani Oat Coffee Creamers.
GT's COCOYO, from the maker of the world's best-selling Kombucha brand, GT's Living Foods, debuted refreshed labels that bring a brighter and bolder atmosphere to the stark white yogurt aisle. GT's COCOYO is crafted with raw young coconut meat and cultured to probiotic perfection, unlike the traditional yogurt category that is primarily based on dairy. This rich, creamy, and fully fermented coconut yogurt takes the digestion support and immunity-boosting benefits the company is known for beyond its beverage line, creating a complete and nutritious offering of probiotic diversity.
Stonyfield Organic, the nation’s leading organic yogurt brand, is teaming up with Nature’s Path’s EnviroKidz, the nation’s leading organic kids’ cereal brand, to expand its line of popular kids’ products with new Stonyfield Organic Kids Yogurt with Nature's Path EnviroKidz Cereal Toppers. Available in two new varieties, Strawberry Yogurt & Choco Chimps and Vanilla Yogurt & Koala Crisp, they are a nutritious breakfast or lunch and even perfect for an afternoon snack.
To help add a little “je ne sais quoi” to your day and a much-needed design refresh, Oui by Yoplait is paying homage to its French-Style roots by launching the Oui Heritage Workshop, a four-part crafting series to celebrate its limited-edition Heritage Collection, a line up of three uniquely designed glass pots inspired by different aspects of French heritage.
Noluma debuted the state-of-the-art, patented technology in 2018 to measure and assess packaging’s ability to protect contents within from light degradation.
July 25, 2019
Noluma International, LLC, Wilmington, Del., announced a new partnership with Honest Dairy, a Guongzhou, Hong Kong-based yogurt producer, to certify its Body Knows probiotic yogurt for the capacity of its packaging to prevent damage caused by light exposure.