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Norman’s introduces first Cholov Yisroel Kosher Greek yogurt

May 6, 2013

Norman's Greek YogurtA new kosher Greek yogurt was introduced from Norman's Greek Yogurt, Rutherford, N.J. The yogurt is made exclusively in a kosher Cholov Yisroel facility, the first of its kind, according to the company.

Cholov Yisroel is considered a higher standard of kosher dairy in Jewish Law, as the entire production process from milking has been under strict and diligent rabbi supervision.

The new Greek yogurt is sold in 6-ounce cups for a suggested retail price of $1.79. It’s available in six flavors — strawberry, peach, vanilla, black cherry, blueberry and plain. It’s currently sold in most medium to large sized kosher grocery stores in Brooklyn, Monsey, Lakewood, Williamsburg, Monroe, Kiryas Joel, the 5 Towns and other places around the tri-state area.

The company said they will be announcing two new flavors soon and the yogurt will be available in more stores nationally as well.


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