Chobani Flip now available in Australia
Chobani will extend its Australian product range with the launch of Chobani Flip.
Chobani Flip offers both Chobani yoghurt and mix-ins that can be flipped into the yoghurt using the packaging. There are 10 different varieties in the range including:
- Almond Coco Loco
- Key Lime Crumble
- Salted Caramel Crunch
- Peanut Caramel Satisfaction
- Chocolate Haze Craze
- Peanut Butter Dream
- Nutty for ‘Nana’
- Mint Chocolate Chip
- Apple Crisp Twist
- Strawberry Shortcake
Making yoghurt an afternoon snack food
Peter Meek, Chobani Australia Managing Director, said Chobani Flip is designed to be a healthy snacking alternative, ideal for those who want a sweet afternoon snack.
“We know Greek yogurt can be enjoyed beyond the breakfast table, so we wanted to show people how it can make for the perfect 3PM snack,” Meek said.
“We’ve worked hard to create some seriously unique flavour combinations in the Chobani Flip range that we hope elevates snack time in homes and offices around Australia.”
Australian launch response to customer requests
Chobani Flip is already available in the United States where the Almond Coco Loco variety is the number one selling single serve yoghurt product.
“Chobani Flip has taken America by storm and we’re excited that we can now meet our Aussie fans’ requests to bring the range Down Under,” Meek said.
Chobani Flip is available at leading Australian supermarkets with a recommended retail price of AUD $2.99.
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