Industry News | June 22, 2017

Yogurtland Offering Rare Madagascar Vanilla

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Storms have ravaged the delicate fields of Madagascar’s vanilla bean crop, and with limited supply, the demand for this subtle flavorful ingredient has skyrocketed. Vanilla lovers can still get a delicious spoonful of this flavor when Yogurtland offers its new Rare Madagascar Vanilla frozen yogurt for one week, from June 26—July 1, or while supplies last.

This flavor uses pure bourbon Vanilla extracted from choice Madagascar vanilla beans using a cold process method. Yogurtland’s Rare Madagascar Vanilla flavor uses the right combination of Madagascar vanilla and fresh California milk for a creamy light taste that will satisfy even the most discerning vanilla aficionado.

“Vanilla is one of the most popular flavors in the world and we are delighted to have secured and are able to share this special rare Madagascar vanilla flavor with our fans for a limited time,” says Chad Bailey, senior director of marketing at Yogurtland.

Rare Madagascar Vanilla will be available at all Yogurtland stores across the U.S. while supplies last.

Yogurtland’s flavorologists are continually seeking craveable flavors that keep fans loving their experience. Yogurtland owns its own dairy and by controlling the frozen yogurt making process, the company can deliver the highest quality flavors, setting new standards for millions of fans.

All of Yogurtland’s flavors meet the National Yogurt Association Criteria for “live and active culture frozen yogurt” and are produced in a kosher-certified facility. Yogurtland features non-fat and low-fat yogurt flavors as well as non-dairy and no sugar added choices while using milk that does not contain antibiotics or added hormones. Fruit flavors are fortified with Vitamin C for an extra boost.

Presently Yogurtland has more than 320 locations across the U.S., Australia, Guam, Singapore, Thailand, Venezuela and Dubai.

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