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Koru Yoghurt (that’s right, Yoghurt with an “h”) has hit Manhattan.

We like our yogurt here in the city.  We eat it for lunch.  We add granola.  We cook with it.  We suck it out of tubes and drink it smooth.  We love it frozen with lots of toppings.  And with the explosion of Greek yogurt it seems hard to believe that there could be something new in the yogurt aisle.

I’m here to tell you that there is.  Meet Koru Creamery Style Yoghurt.  “Creamery style?” you ask.  Yup.  It is crazy creamy.  Custardy creamy.  Really really smooth and delicious.

What else is new about Koru?  Transparency.  All around.  The containers are transparent so you can see just how much fruit is on the bottom.  And transparency in the ingredients–pretty much nothing your great-grandmother wouldn’t recognize in the components of this treat.  You can feel really good about giving Koru to your kids and they will love these varieties.

And then there are the flavors.  They are fancy! Peach (my favorite), Strawberry Goji, Mango, Pomegranate and Cherry, and just in time for Valentine’s Day…Passion Fruit.  Fancy and delish.  I’m having a Passion Fruit right now as a little pre-lunch.  Scrumptious.

No, Koru yoghurts are not low fat.  They are not low sugar.  Neither do they taste low-fat or artificially sweetened.  They are natural, they are decadent, and they are a little bit of heaven in a cup.

That’s something that Mamas and Babies definitely gotta have.

Koru Creamery style yoghurts are available at supermarkets near you.  You can also join the herd on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with all the latest Koru news.  Moo.

Thank you to Koru for sending me a cooler of Koru yoghurts to try.  As always, all opinions are totally my own and you better believe they were not influenced by anybody.

 

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