Emmi has launched a new range of yogurts with high-cream content in Switzerland, as it aims to offer consumers a more indulgent yogurt option.
The Emmi Moments range is available in four flavours: chocolate, caramel, strawberry and lemon cheesecake.
The main difference between Emmi Moments and most other yogurts is the high cream content. Instead of 2.5% to 3%, the fat content in the milk used in products is 7.5%.
While recognising that consumers increasingly watch what they eat and make deliberate decisions on their diet, Emmi said these decisions can go in very different directions.
For some, it means severely restricting calories; for others, it’s more about finding the right balance and incorporating the widest range of foods possible. For the latter, indulgence has its rightful place in a balanced diet, Emmi said. The flavours have between 130 and 148 calories per 100g.
The Emmi Moments flavours have between 130 and 148 calories per 100g.
Last month, Emmi expanded its line of Caffé Latte coffee drinks with the addition of two new variants: Colombia Edition and Cold Brew. The dairy also released a new cave-aged gouda under its Kaltbach portfolio of cheeses earlier in the year.
Earlier this week, the Swiss company acquired a 66% stake in Austrian milk processor Leeb Biomilch, in a move to expand its goat’s and sheep’s milk offer.
Serving customers throughout Europe, Leeb Biomilch produces a range of yogurt, milk and cheese products, and generates annual sales of approximately €15 million.
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