Bulla launches coconut flavoured frozen yoghurt in Australia
Bulla Dairy Foods (Bulla) has launched a new Coconut Flavoured Frozen Yoghurt in Australia, continuing what it called “the coconut craze”.
Featuring a creamy coconut flavoured centre and tropical fruit frozen yoghurt shell, Bulla’s new Coconut Flavoured Frozen Yoghurt is available in three flavours: mango, lime and pineapple.
Bulla Dairy Foods is one of Australia’s oldest family owned dairy companies, making dairy products in country Australia for six generations, since 1910.
“Bulla has been making frozen yoghurt in Australia for more than 30 years,” said Nick Hickford, General Manager – Sales, Marketing and Innovation. “We are committed to keeping our frozen yoghurt flavours innovative, maintaining our place as the number one highest selling frozen yoghurt in the retail category,” he said.
“We’re excited to offer a delicious, tropical Frozen Yoghurt for our customers to keep in their freezers,” Mr Hickford said. “Just like all our frozen yoghurt, it’s made with probiotic yoghurt and real fruit. It’s also 97 per cent fat free, gluten free and contains no artificial colours or flavours – so it’s a better-for-you option for customers,” he said.
Bulla’s Coconut Flavoured Frozen Yoghurt is available in 8-packs at Coles supermarkets and selected IGA stores.
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