Al Ain Dairy launches new honey yoghurt
Al Ain, July 9, 2012
UAE-based Al Ain Dairy, a leading brand in the region, said it has launched a brand new and innovative variant natural honey yoghurt to complement its existing fruit yoghurt range.
The New Natural Honey Yoghurt launch comes as part of the company's plan to introduce several new products this year, said a statement from Al Ain dairy.
The UAE dairy producer already has launched a wide range of yoghurts in delicious combinations such as Peach & Apricot, Strawberry and Forrest Fruits besides the recently-introduced Pineapple, Kiwi & Apple, and Mango.
The new honey yoghurt has been developed exclusively by Al Ain Dairy as part of its ongoing new product development which aims to satisfy niche customers, the dairy hopes also to encourage and develop healthy eating lifestyle habits, it added.
The new Natural Honey Yoghurt variant compliments their range further and is expected to be a big hit with families of all ethnic groups, said the company statement.
Commenting on the launch, Al Ain Dairy COO Shashi Menon said, 'The current revamp of our yoghurt offering is part of ongoing plan to meet the changing tastes of our consumers and fills a much needed gap in the market for new and unique flavor combinations. As the market leader in dairy we have committed resources to identify what our customers want and what the market needs.'
'It is made with low fat yoghurt from fresh cow’s milk and has a fresh creamy and satisfying taste, the combination of farm fresh honey adds a natural and healthy sweetener that can be stirred in or simply scooped up to enjoy and is perfect for breakfast, lunch and desserts and is an ideal healthy snacks between meals,' he remarked.
'We have a desire to bring not just popular family favorites but new and innovative combinations that excite and inspire the consumer. We are confident that the new Natural Honey yoghurt will be a real hit with consumers so we are very excited about the launch,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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