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Goat's Milk Probiotic Yogurt

August 23, 2010
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Coach Farm, Pine Plains, N.Y, expands its line of goat milk dairy products with the launch of farmstead Goat’s Milk Probiotic Yogurt.



Coach Farm, Pine Plains, N.Y, expands its line of goat milk dairy products with the launch of farmstead Goat’s Milk Probiotic Yogurt. The line is produced in small batches using only Grade A milk from Coach Farm’s own dairy goats. It comes in four all-natural flavors: honey, plain, strawberry and vanilla.

“Traditional Greek yogurt is made from goat’s milk, and we thought with the increased popularity of premium yogurt over the last few years, there was no better time than the present to introduce spoonable Goat’s Milk Probiotic Yogurt,” says Steven Margarites, president of Coach Farm. “Our drinkable product, Yo-Goat, has been a popular product for many years among consumers who are lactose intolerant.  We hope to see that popularity translated to our spoonable product as well.”

The four flavors are available nationally to retailers in 6-ounce containers and the plain flavor is distributed nationally to restaurant and foodservice establishments in 3-pound bulk containers.

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