More flavours for healthy yoghurts

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Related tags: Gut flora, Immune system, Bacteria

Austrian dairy co-operative Tirol Milch launched its Pro Frucht
yoghurt in three new flavours on the domestic market last month.
Aimed at health-conscious consumers, the product contains probiotic
bacteria and the natural fibre inulin.

Austrian dairy co-operative Tirol Milch launched its Pro Frucht yoghurt in three new flavours on the home market last month.

Tirol Milch's Pro Frucht 0% now comes in strawberry, apricot and berries flavours.

The product, primarily aimed at health-conscious consumers, contains probiotic bacteria including acidophilus and bifidus cultures. These bacteria have a positive effect on the balance of the intestinal flora and strengthen the immune system.

It also has added inulin, a natural fibre derived from chicory roots, and vitamins.

Pro Frucht 0% is described as a delicate, slightly sweetened, creamy yoghurt. The company said it was not planning to launch a new flavour in the near future. Tirol Milch occasionally offers Pro Frucht 0% multipacks to promote the range.

The yoghurts are packaged in a 180g plastic pot. They contain no gelatine, preservatives or colourants.

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