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Hain Celestial Introduces New Line of The Greek Gods® Seriously Indulgent Yogurt

Hain Celestial Introduces New Line of The Greek Gods® Seriously Indulgent Yogurt

Wednesday, July 19th, 2017

Hain Celestial’s The Greek Gods® brand has introduced a new line of decadent yogurts made with whole milk, cream, with unique fruit flavors and combinations. 

According to the company’s press release, the Seriously Indulgent Yogurt line of single-serve 5.3-oz yogurt cups are a treat on any occasion. Whether eaten as part of a balanced breakfast, packed in a lunchbox, or served as dessert, The Greek Gods Seriously Indulgent Yogurt is an excellent source of calcium and contains live and active cultures.

Basel Nassar, Chief Operating Officer, Hain Refrigerated Foods"Customers have long enjoyed and sought out The Greek Gods® brand for our indulgent products and decadent flavor profiles," said Basel Nassar, Chief Operating Officer of Hain Refrigerated Foods, in the company’s press release. "The Seriously Indulgent Yogurt is not just an expansion on our current products but a new taste experience."

Seriously Indulgent Product Line

The line currently offers four flavors, including:

  • Lemon
  • Marionberry
  • Raspberry Ginger
  • Tart Cherry

Like all products available from the The Greek Gods brand, Seriously Indulgent Yogurt varieties are gluten-free and made from cows not treated with growth hormones. The products are currently available throughout the United States.

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