Woolworths now stocking COYO coconut yoghurt
Woolworths supermarkets are now stocking COYO coconut yoghurt.
COYO yoghurt is dairy and gluten free. It is suitable for vegans and is certified organic.
Woolworths will stock three flavours of the coconut-based yoghurt – natural, vanilla bean and plum & guava. All flavours will be sold in 500g serving sizes.
Henry Gosling, founder of COYO, said COYO is excited to make its product available to the wider Australian community through Woolworths.
“With a strong food philosophy that focuses on ‘‘Dairy Freedom’ and ‘flavour first’, we believe our products will talk to a broad range of Woolworths customers, offering them a unique and flavour packed alternative to milk based products,” he said.
COYO was established in 2010 by Gosling and his wife Sandra. Gosling grew up in Fiji where he collected and ate food cooked with coconut as part of his daily diet.
Once Gosling was semi-retired and living in Australia, he had the idea to create commercial batches of yoghurt made with coconut milk.
COYO was awarded the Best Organic Product award at the 2017 Naturally Good Expo.
COYO yoghurt is available now at Woolworths supermarkets. The recommended retail price is AUD $11 for a 500 g tub.
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