New Greek Yoghurt flavours from Chobani Australia
Dairy company Chobani Australia has introduced seven new flavours to its 170g Greek yoghurt range. The new flavours, which will be available in Woolworths supermarkets, are Raspberry, Honey, Apple Cinnamon, Lemon, Pear, Black Cheery and Blood Orange, and will be available in fat-free and low-fat yoghurt varieties.
Chobani says its straining process requires three litres of milk to make one litre of Greek yoghurt, and that the new flavours means its range now consists of 14 flavours.
“Chobani was launched in Australia because of Australians’ great taste, and with the expansion of our flavour range to include some very unique offerings, such as Lemon, Blood Orange and Apple Cinnamon, we’re sure that everyone will have a new favourite flavour of Chobani Greek Yogurt,” said Emily Houlahan, Accredited Practising Dietitian and Communications Co-ordinator for Chobani Australia.
“We’re thrilled to be able to offer Australians even more varieties of Chobani Greek Yogurt which are made locally at our newly opened Dandenong plant in Victoria. We hope that these refreshing new flavours capture Australia’s taste-buds,” said Chobani Australia Managing Director Peter Meek.
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