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Trimona Announces Plans to Exclusively Use A2A2 Tested Milk

Trimona Announces Plans to Exclusively Use A2A2 Tested Milk


PORT JEFFERSON, NY
Monday, May 3rd, 2021

Consumers are becoming more educated and aware of the ingredients going into their favorite products, meaning they opt for health-conscious offerings when choosing between options. In order to provide shoppers with better ingredients, Trimona Foods has announced that it will be transitioning to A2A2 tested milk for its entire lineup of yogurt products.

Atanas Valev, Founder and Chief Yogurt Officer, Trimona Foods"We had been looking to make this change for a while and are delighted to be able to partner with our family farms to bring A2A2 tested milk to consumers," said Atanas Valev, Founder and Chief Yogurt Officer. "We feel A2A2 is a game changer in the dairy industry but underrepresented in the Yogurt category. What is more, many consumers who have stayed away from dairy can now enjoy it.”

A2A2 is the original milk protein that existed before the onset of modern agriculture, according to a press release. For those who have difficulty digesting milk that contains A1 beta-casein, the usage of A2A2 will allow for easier consumption and enjoyment of Trimona’s Bulgarian Yogurt.

Trimona Foods has announced it will be transitioning to A2A2 tested milk for its entire lineup of yogurt products

Trimona’s A2A2 tested Bulgarian Yogurt provides consumers with fat-soluble vitamins, good fats, proteins, and enzymes while also supplying them with probiotics to boost the immune system and digestive tract. As shoppers continue to reach for healthy products with added benefits, A2A2 tested Bulgarian Yogurt is sure to grab their attention.

All of Trimona’s yogurt products are keto-friendly and made with A2A2 grass- and herb-fed organic milk and ingredients. The lineup is now available at retailers nationwide, including Whole Foods Market, Wegmans, Giant Supermarkets, Shoprite, and more.

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