Getting that good gut feeling just got a whole lot easier
The Culture Co. continue to serve up a daily dose of goodness with the launch of its latest single serve spoonable kefir yogurt range.
Also available in a 1kg pourable bottle, The Culture Co.’s kefir yogurt now comes in 150g pots designed for consumers to give their gut the love it needs when on the go.
Each serve packs in a unique blend of 11 strains of friendly live cultures, including the probiotic B.lactis which is scientifically proven to deliver genuine health benefits for your gut, as well as the goodness of protein and calcium from dairy milk to support healthy muscles, bones and digestive enzyme function as part of a balanced diet.
The new 150g tubs contain no added sugar and are available in five delicious ‘hints’ of flavor including:
Darryn Wallace, Marketing & Innovation Director, Lion Dairy & Drinks, says the new range is an exciting addition to The Culture Co.’s existing product offering.
“Australians are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of gut health and are looking for convenient and delicious ways that they can support their digestive system,” he said.
“The introduction of The Culture Co. single serve spoonable range gives consumers the chance to get a daily dose of goodness into their diet in a simple and tasty way.”
Professor Terrry Bolin, gastroenterologist and Founder of The Gut Foundation, says it’s important for Australians to incorporate probiotics into their diet and that the new range is an ideal way to achieve this.
“The Gut Foundation and The Culture Co. share a passion for improving the gut health of people across the country,” he said.
“This new range of single serve yogurts provides an easy way for customers to support their digestive systems and get more probiotics into their diet, especially when they are time poor.”
The Culture Co’s. ambassador and nutritionist, Steph Geddes, says she has an additional reason to be excited about the new product hitting fridges across the country.
“It’s great to see that Australians are not only becoming more in tune with their gut health, but are also putting more thought into the products they consume to ensure they’re supporting their digestion and microbiome,” Steph said.
“With a baby on the way, I’m already thinking about ways I can continue to support my gut when I’ll have my hands full and this new range is the ideal way for me to get the probiotics I need in my diet with minimal preparation!”
The Culture Co. single serve spoonable range is now available at Coles and independent groceries across the country.
For more information on The Culture Co. visit http://www.thecultureco.com.au or https://www.instagram.com/thecultureco_
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