What do three tons of tangerines, almost four tons of raspberries, one and a half tons of coconuts, and a ton of peanuts have in common? They star in Yogurtland’s exciting new flavor promotion arriving today at participating Yogurtland locations across the US.
“At Yogurtland, the secret ingredient that makes our flavors so delicious is real ingredients. And when we say real ingredients, we mean it – by the truckload,” said Scott Shoemaker, chief Flavorologist at Yogurtland. “Our frozen yogurt starts with fresh, real milk and is combined with the best, truest ingredients from around the world.”
Yogurtland’s Flavorlogists travel the globe to find the very best real ingredients. These four new flavors are custom-made with a variety of real ingredients including peanuts grown throughout America’s southern states, organic coconut from the Philippines, sweet juicy California-grown tangerines, pineapples grown in Kenya, and raspberries from the Pacific Northwest.
Beginning May 12, Yogurtland will introduce two flavors:
Toasted Coconut Caramel – For this flavor, custom-roasted organic coconut grown in the Philippines is gently blended into a smooth butter and then combined with real caramel for a rich, one-of-a-kind flavor.
Pineapple Tangerine Tart – Tropical and tangy, this refreshing combination of California-grown tangerines and fresh pineapples from Kenya will quickly become a tart sensation.
On June 9, Yogurtland will introduce two more flavors:
Raspberry Lemonade sorbet – Another new non-dairy option for Yogurtland fans, this vitamin C-fortified flavor combines real lemons and raspberries from the Pacific Northwest for a sweet and tart experience that is the perfect refreshment on a warm day.
Peanut Butter Cookies and Cream – American grown peanuts are dark-roasted to our Flavorologist’s exacting standards to bring out their richest, nuttiest flavor, and then milled into a custom-made peanut butter. The peanut butter is combined with America’s favorite chocolate cookie for a satisfying treat that is rich, indulgent and craveable.
According to the National Peanut Board, Americans consume 1.5 billion pounds of peanut butter and peanut products each year, and the average child will eat more than 1,500 peanut butter sandwiches before graduating high school.
“It’s not a surprise that peanut butter flavors are among our most popular. Our Peanut Butter Cookies and Cream will take you back to your favorite childhood flavors in a delicious way,” added Shoemaker.
“Peanuts are America’s favorite home-grown snack, and their flavor adds taste and nostalgia to any product, including frozen yogurt,” said Cathy Johnson, marketing specialist at the National Peanut Board.
Separating Yogurtland from competitors is the company’s team of Flavorologists, who develop the proprietary recipes for the brand’s more than 100 different and customized flavors. Whether traditional or exotic, each flavor uses real ingredients sourced from their original locations. By controlling the entire frozen yogurt making process, Yogurtland has raised the standards for flavors and quality to new heights and much to the delight of millions of fans.
Naturally occurring calcium makes Yogurtland frozen yogurt a healthful, refreshing treat. All of Yogurtland’s frozen yogurt flavors meet the National Yogurt Association Criteria for “live and active culture frozen yogurt” and are produced in a kosher-certified facility. Yogurtland features non- and low-fat yogurt flavors as well as non-dairy and no sugar added choices.
Yogurtland has a mobile app that allows guests to track their visits to earn free yogurt. The app features three ways to find your favorite flavor – by flavor name, by what’s being served at all nearby Yogurtlands and by searching a specific location. To find the app, search Yogurtland in your mobile app store.
Presently there 290 locations across the U.S., Australia, Dubai, Guam, Mexico and Venezuela with more than 50 additional locations scheduled to open over the next six months. For more information, visit http://www.yogurt-land.com or http://www.facebook.com/yogurtland.