Tillamook launches low fat yogurt line

By Jim Cornall

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There are six variants in the line.  Pic: Tillamook County Creamery Association
There are six variants in the line. Pic: Tillamook County Creamery Association

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Farmer-owned Tillamook County Creamery Association has added a new line of yogurts called the Tillamook Creamery Collection.

The yogurts from the Oregon, US, based company come in six flavor combinations and have no artificial sweeteners, flavors, or preservatives.

Lara Gish, senior category manager of cultured products at Tillamook said, “Each cup includes two side-by-side flavors that can be enjoyed one by one or swirled together, while also rich in protein so it’s more satisfying.”

The Tillamook Creamery Collection low fat yogurts have 13-14 grams of protein and 9-10 grams of sugar per serving. The yogurt is made from milk with a proprietary blend of nine cultures and probiotics, which is slowly cultured to create what the company said is a mild and creamy yogurt that is less tart.

The reusable and recyclable cup also lends itself to customized snacking, allowing consumers to add toppings straight to the cup, no bowl needed.

The flavor combinations are Oregon Strawberry paired with Plain; Northwest Raspberry paired with Blackberry; Oregon Blueberry paired with Vanilla; California Peach paired with Plain; Dark Cherry paired with Plain; and Vanilla Bean paired with Plain.

Tillamook Creamery Collection yogurts are the latest product from the dairy coop, which has introduced more products in the last five years than the preceding 50 while also growing 56% in sales.

Recent product introductions include Tillamook Cheeseboards and Tillamook Farmstyle Cream Cheese Spreads, which include the world’s only Aged Cheddar Cream Cheese Spread.

Tillamook Creamery Collection yogurts can be found in October at Safeway stores in Oregon, Washington and Colorado. They will also be available at New Seasons Markets in Portland. Tillamook Creamery Collection will expand into the West throughout 2021.

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