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Alpina Foods, Batavia, N.Y., has expanded its two Greek yogurt lines with the addition of new flavor varieties. The all-natural nonfat yogurts are created using an authentic straining process and are made with milk, active bacteria cultures and fruit.
The new flavors are pineapple, raspberry and Key lime pie. The fruit-on-the-bottom style yogurt is also sold in black cherry, blueberry, strawberry, vanilla bean, mango and peach. A 5.3-ounce serving has 130 calories and 11 to 12 grams of protein, depending on the flavor.
The Granola line has certified gluten-free granola mix-ins. The flavors are Pineapple with Tropical Chia Granola, Raspberry with Super Foods Granola, and Black Cherry with Super Foods Granola. The granolas are a proprietary blend of nuts, grains, and seeds created by a health and wellness chef and prepared by Udi’s Gluten Free.
Other flavors in the line are blueberry with almond berry granola, strawberry with almond berry granola, vanilla bean with chai spices granola, honey with chai spices granola, mango with tropical chia granola, peach with tropical chia granola, plain with superfoods granola, and now available in pineapple with tropical chia granola, raspberry with super foods granola, and black cherry with super foods granola.
“Expanding our Greek yogurt lines allows us to continue satisfying the consumers growing demand for healthy and wholesome, all-natural yogurt options,” says Gustavo Badino, Alpina Foods’ General Manager.
Alpina brand yogurts are sold throughout the United States. Regional and national retailers include Wegmans Food Markets; Duane Reade; Delhaize Group stores (Hannaford and Food Lion); and ShopRite. The yogurts are distributed by KeHE Distributors, Lipari Foods in the Midwest and Dora’s Naturals in New York. They are sold in 5.3-ounce cups for a suggested retail price of 99 cents to $1.09.