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European-style Müller yogurt adds new flavors to Müller Corner

February 18, 2014

Muller Yogurt Dark ChocolateMüller Quaker Dairy, the joint venture of PepsiCo Inc., Purchase, N.Y., and Theo Muller Group, is expanding its Müller Corner line with the launch of Dark Chocolate with cherry, raspberry and pecan granola. Each variety blends dark chocolate shavings into low-fat yogurt and pairs it with classic combinations of fruit or crunchy clusters.

  • Müller Corner Dark Chocolate & Cherry – Low-fat yogurt blended with dark chocolate shavings and paired with cherries.
  • Müller Corner Dark Chocolate & Raspberry – Low-fat yogurt blended with dark chocolate shavings and paired with raspberries.
  • Müller Corner Dark Chocolate & Pecan Granola – Low-fat yogurt and dark chocolate shavings accompanied by crunchy pecan granola.

The new Müller Corner flavors join others in the line, like Müller Greek Corner Caramelized Almonds, Choco Balls and FrutUp Luscious Lemon.

Müller yogurt is also introducing two new Greek-style flavors with blueberry and peach.

Müller Greek is a low-fat Greek-style yogurt that comes with crunchy mix-ins or fruit, such as caramelized almonds and blackberry & raspberry. Müller Corner pairs low-fat yogurt with add-ins like strawberry and crunchy granola. Müller FrutUp is low-fat yogurt topped with a light, whipped fruit mousse, available in fruit flavors like lemon or raspberry.

All Müller yogurt varieties are made with reduced-fat, Grade A milk. The suggested retail price is $.99 for Muller FrutUp and $1.29 for Müller Corner and Müller Greek Corner.

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