Baskin-Robbins Debuts Fro Yo Flavor for Health Nuts

    Industry News | January 3, 2012

    Baskin-Robbins, the world's largest chain of ice cream specialty shops, today introduced its first new flavor of the year and the latest addition to the BRight Choices line, Berry Nut Honey Frozen Yogurt.

    This honey and vanilla-flavored frozen yogurt with a triple berry ribbon and sweet honey oat almond pieces is the perfect flavor to ring in the New Year as the January Flavor of the Month.
    Berry Nut Honey Frozen Yogurt is not just a better-for-you dessert choice; it's a flavor that satisfies the most diverse palates with its sweet and crunchy combination. By blending BRight Choices frozen yogurt with top trending snacks, such as almonds and berries, dessert enthusiasts will love this delicious treat.

    With 140 calories per 2.5 oz. scoop, 4.5 grams of fat, and beneficial live and active cultures, Berry Nut Honey Frozen Yogurt joins the BRight Choices flavor lineup that includes dairy-free, reduced fat, fat-free, no sugar added, and light options.

    Delicious and crunchy, Berry Nut Honey Frozen Yogurt is the perfect snack to help consumers stick to their New Year's Resolutions this year.
    "Frozen yogurt aficionados, health nuts, and ice cream enthusiasts alike are guaranteed to enjoy this delicious new addition to our BRight Choices line," says Stan Frankenthaler, Baskin-Robbins executive chef and vice president of Innovation at Dunkin' Brands. "Baskin-Robbins prides itself on providing consumers with a variety of products to meet dietary needs without sacrificing on taste and quality."

    In Baskin-Robbins shops nationwide during the month of January, Berry Nut Honey Frozen Yogurt is available by the scoop, in a cup or cone, or as a Baskin-Robbins classic sundae. Also available in fresh-packed pints, quarts, and half-gallons, frozen treat lovers can bring Berry Nut Honey Frozen Yogurt home to enjoy with family and friends or create their own specialty ice cream desserts.


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